DEIxis: Diversity, equity and inclusion empowering context-rich learning

From The Evolllution: “Those that oppose redesigning curriculum to include diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) principles would have us believe it creates bland, boring and abstract courses. We rather believe that creating such courses can be more specific, more context-rich and provide more ways for students to enjoy new subjects. Imagine a classroom where every student feels seen, heard and valued. Creating such a scenario might be a prerequisite to ‘gaining the attention of the students,’ or of moving through any other of Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction. … Classrooms have always reflected someone’s idea of the world or, to paraphrase Democritus, they’ve always been a kind of little cosmos. But we’re only just starting to question that reflection.”

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