Centering Program Development Around DE&I


When students feel accepted and can be their authentic selves, they can focus more fully on learning. When students see that others like them have succeeded, they are more likely to persist. Seeing others whom they perceive to be different helps them to grow. If the majority of learners’ experience in education is via curriculum and assessments, how can content designers ensure diversity, equity, and inclusion is at the heart of those experiences. Program development experts will share framework

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  1. Learn how to develop a DE&I program development framework.
  2. Understand the benefits to prioritizing DE&I in content development.
  3. Examine examples of principles for inclusive and equitable design



Matt Griffin, Sr. Manager, External Communications, WGU Labs

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