In this six-week experience, participants learn about bias basics, 16 implicit associations, human interactions, and related cultural, societal, and historical information. Earners learn how to recognize and manage their biases, how to track progress and reflect on their decisions. Certification holders also build and demonstrate a level of awareness and accountability for managing their implicit biases. This demonstrates an openness to improve the way earners make better decisions and connect, interact, communicate, and work with others.
Earners must complete assigned implicit association tests, learning pathways, and questionnaires over a six-week timeline. STRE.ME’s mobile app creates a snackable, personalized, and confidential experience that helps to learn as you go, wherever it’s most convenient. Earners increase awareness and accountability for managing their implicit biases from mental health to ethnicity, race, and age. Micro-videos make it easy to start and start as needed, and curriculum goals are given to track daily for building new habits. Implicit association test results are never shared to let you earners learn in a safe space in just a few minutes a day, wherever life goes.
Awareness and Accountability Assessment
Earners must develop and apply habits to recognize and manage implicit biases. STRE.ME’s proprietary scoring system for users tracks the degree to which new knowledge is applied over the program’s six-week timeline. This helps to ensure new habits are built and sufficient awareness and accountability for managing implicit biases are demonstrated. Participants who fall short of the qualifying score still have the opportunity to learn about an array of their implicit associations and to be equipped with the tools necessary for improved decision-making, communication, and interaction with others.
Complete Knowledge Assessment
Earners must complete two assigned questionnaires to measure learning outcomes. This is an important part of completing the learning path and assessing knowledge retention through 15 multiple-choice questions.