We are just 2 weeks away from Dr. Nicole Bowman’s workshop, Indigenous Evaluation: Foundations, Relationships, Application, and Situational Responsiveness!
Workshop description: Indigenous evaluation (IE) is a member of the culturally responsive evaluation family and thus framed within an Indigenous intersectionality as it relates to western evaluation. This practical and interactive workshop will facilitate learning and understanding of theories and methodologies associated with Indigenous evaluation for applied practice. Workshop participants will be shown strategies to build authentic relationships, professional practice matrices, and examples of how to co-design effective systems, programs, or collaborative project evaluation studies. Specifically, workshop participants will be instructed on how to conduct with (not on) Tribal nations and Indigenous communities. This session is based upon the four directions contained within the Lunaape Medicine Wheel. This pedagogical style aligns and integrates theoretical, methodological, and traditional knowledge, along with cultural and community protocols for applied Indigenous evaluation.
For more info, please visit the original event post: https://cesns.ca/2021/10/13/indigenous-evaluation-foundations-relationships-application-and-situational-responsiveness-with-dr-nicole-bowman-nov-30-and-dec-1/
Note: If there are spots remaining, but not for your ticket type (e.g., you are a CES Member, but only non-member tickets remain), please contact [email protected].