Time & Location
Feb 22, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM CST
RESHAPE Zoom Room
About the event
This workshop will be an opportunity to connect around how to build research projects around the ideas of community-based research and research practice partnerships. There will be an opportunity to investigate what is political within designing a research project, and everyone who attends will have the chance to investigate their current or future work through a critical lens.
This workshop was designed in 2021 by Adam Bell, Carlos Sandoval, Jennifer Renick, Wade Berger.
Anyone in the RESHAPE network is welcome to attend, including graduate students and early career scholars. This workshop is especially useful to early year graduate students who are embarking on designing their first research projects as graduate students.
This workshop will lean on the following articles:
- Thomas M. Philip, Megan Bang & Kara Jackson (2018) Articulating the “How,” the “For What,” the “For Whom,” and the “With Whom” in Concert: A Call to Broaden the Benchmarks of our Scholarship, Cognition and Instruction, 36:2, 83-88
- Sepehr Vakil, Maxine McKinney de Royston, Na'ilah Suad Nasir & Ben Kirshner (2016) Rethinking Race and Power in Design-Based Research: Reflections from the Field, Cognition and Instruction, 34:3, 194-209