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Friday, November 18 • 3:00pm - 4:10pm
Promoting Equity, Inclusion, and Transformation by Redesigning Research and Revitalizing Research Methods

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Many typical designs and methods employed in the educational administration field marginalize rather than empower already marginalized groups. This session’s purpose is to explore research methodologies and research designs inspired by (a) the African American experience, (b) queer theory, (c) the experience of being deaf, (d) indigenous cultures, and e) transformative perspectives that re-imagine research in ways that offer fresh insight into how to revitalize education in complex and challenging contexts such as Detroit.
Participants:

African Americans Researching African Americans. Annivory Calvert, Wayne State University Indigenous Methodology: A Critical Methodological Analysis. Hollie Mackey, University of Oklahoma


Indigenous Methodology to the Rescue: How Ideas and Processes from a Cree Talking Circle Improved an Aristotle-Inspired Approach to Program Evaluation. Robert Donmoyer, University of San Diego


Deaf People and Deaf Culture Methodology. Catherine A. O’Brien, Gallaudet University
Social Media as a Methodology. Thomas A. Zook, Wayne State University
Transformative Methodologies. Jasmine Ulmer, Carolyn M. Shields (Wayne State University)




Friday November 18, 2016 3:00pm - 4:10pm
Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center: Floor 4 - Cartier

Attendees (20)