(37) Original Instructions: Utilizing Indigenous Knowledge, Frameworks, & Case Studies to Inform & Transform Evaluation Practice

Session Number: 37
Track: Professional Development Workshops
Session Type: Professional Development Workshops
Workshop Lead Presenter: Fiona Cram [Director - Katoa Ltd, Aotearoa New Zealand]
Other Workshop Presenter: Nicole R Bowman, Ph.D. [President - Bowman Performance Consulting]
Time: Oct 26, 2016 (08:00 AM - 03:00 PM)
Room: M102

Audience Level: All Audiences
Learning Outcomes: 1. Identify the principles and values of culturally responsive Indigenous evaluation (CRIE).
2. Explain the complexities of Indigenous circumstances and contexts along with the need for CRIE for Indigenous services and programmes.
3. Describe the applications and limitations of CRIE within Indigenous communities and organizations.
4. Apply culturally responsive strategies to the selection and mixing of methods for CRIE.
5. Prepare protocols for the design and use of culturally responsive Indigenous evaluation through case studies and real world applications of CRIE.


Session Abstract: 

The workshop is structured to answer three key questions in Indigenous Evaluation (IE): 1. What are the foundations and critical components of CRIE? 2. How can the developmental components of the CRIE model be applied generally to the current evaluation work you do? 3. Where has the CRIE model been tested and what have we learned?