Host Brian Washburn says, “When I participated in a DEI-focused session led by Jolene Jang at a recent conference, I just kept shaking my head. Every time she pointed out another way learning design can be more inclusive, and quite frankly inviting, to all learners, I shook my head as I thought: there’s something else I’m not currently doing.”
Why does Asian Inclusivity matter?
Why does it matter? Because as workplace educators, we’re shaping the future workforce. Let’s be conscious of the often-overlooked groups, like Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders, and make our training truly inclusive.
Learn about the Top 3 Inclusion Fails in Instructional Design
- Inclusion should encompass more than black and white
- Without personal stories, learners can’t relate
- Trainer not being vulnerable, so the participants don’t take risks