CREA Fourth International Conference

CREA Conf 2017 - 4

Full Day Workshops

CRIE Happy Tears Because Culturally Responsive Indigenous Evaluation (CRIE) is Here!!

September 26, 2017 9:00am-5:00pm

Fiona Cram  Nicole Bowman

Presenters:

Fiona Cram, Ph.D., Director, Katoa Ltd, Aotearoa New Zealand

Nicole R. Bowman, Ph.D., President, Bowman Performance Consulting

Brief Workshop Description:

 Culturally Responsive Indigenous Evaluation (CRIE) is a transformative evaluation model that provides flexibility to be implemented in diverse Indigenous contexts. CRIE provides the theoretical, methodological and practical evaluation design and strategies for carrying out a culturally responsive evaluation of services and programs provided for and/or designed by Indigenous peoples. Workshop content is structured around three key questions that help guide workshop participants through the CRIE model: 1. Who should undertake IE? 2. What do evaluators need to understand about Indigenous contexts? How should IE be done? 

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Foundations of Culturally Responsive Evaluation

September 26, 2017 9:00am-5:00pm

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Presenters:

Rodney K. Hopson, Ph. D., Professor, George Mason University

Karen E. Kirkhart, Ph. D., Professor, Syracuse University

Brief Workshop Description:

This workshop addressed theoretical foundations of Culturally Responsive Evaluation (CRE) and the strategies that operationalize it in evaluation practice. This workshops aimed to prepare participants to consider methods that are culturally congruent with their contexts of practice, noting potential strengths and limitations of each.

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Half Day Workshops

8:00am - 12:00pm
Culturally Relevant Evaluation Meets Quantitative Research Methodology: What is the Outcome?

September 26, 2017 8:00am-12:00pm

Toks Fashola

Presenter:

Toks Fashola, Ph.D., John Hopkins University

Brief Workshop Description:

This workshop addresses the importance of including both qualitative and quantitative research in culturally relevant approaches to social and restorative justice research. 

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Translating Contemporary Culturally Responsiveness for Actionable Evaluation Practices for and with Latinx Communities

September 26, 2017 8:00am-12:00pm

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Presenters:

Lisa Aponte-Soto, National Program Deputy Director of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation New Connections program at Equal Measure

Leah C. Neubauer, Assistant Professor of Preventive Medicine, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University

Brief Workshop Description:

This workshop will focus on translating contemporary culturally responsiveness for actionable evaluation practices for and with Latinx communities. Enacting culturally responsive evaluation (CRE) with diverse multinational, racial, and ethnic Latinx communities demands highly skilled evaluators who can employ evaluation approaches which align and support diverse perspectives in all evaluation phases.  The session will begin with a brief history of social justice oriented evaluation theories, CRE, and Latino Critical Race Theory (LatCrit). This paradigmatic framing will provide a foundation to discuss the nine-step CRE process in action with Latinx communities. Facilitators will highlight synthesized literature and draw on their own indigenous praxis-oriented perspectives. Participants should come prepared to ‘dig deep’ and share their experiences with Latinx-focused evaluation planning and practice.

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1:00pm - 5:00pm
Transformative Mixed Methods Designs in Evaluation for Social Justice

September 26, 2017 1:00pm-5:00pm

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Presenter:

Donna Mertens, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Gallaudet University

Brief Workshop Description:

This workshop uses a transformative lens to inform the development of mixed methods designs for evaluations that support changes to strengthen human rights and social justice in marginalized communities. 

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Utilization of a Racial Equity Lens to Help Guide Strategic Engagement and Evaluation

September 26, 2017 1:00pm-5:00pm

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Presenters:

Paul Elam, Ph.D., and Willard Walker, Public Policy Associates, Inc.

Christopher Dunbar, Ph.D., Professor, University of Illinois

LaShaune Johnson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Creighton University

Brief Workshop Description:

This workshop focuses on the practical use of a racial equity lens when conducting evaluation.  The framework argues that culture and race are important considerations when conducting an evaluation because we believe that there are both critical and substantive nuances that are often missed, ignored, and/or misinterpreted when an evaluator is not aware of the culture of those being evaluated.

Participants will be provided with a Template for Analyzing Programs through a Culturally Responsive and Racial Equity Lens, designed to focus deliberately on an evaluation process that takes race, culture, equity, and community context into consideration.

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