Evaluation 2016: Evaluation + Design

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(38) Cultural Responsiveness and Mixed Methods Research

Session Number: 38
Track: Professional Development Workshops
Session Type: Professional Development Workshops
Workshop Lead Presenter: Jori Hall [Associate Professor - University of Georgia]
Time: Oct 26, 2016 (08:00 AM - 11:00 AM)
Room: International South 8

Audience Level: None

Session Abstract:  This engaging half-day workshop presents an introduction to mixed methods research, focusing on cultural responsiveness. Participants will explore key principles of cultural responsiveness and consider how these principles can be applied to mixed methods research. Topics covered related to mixed methods research include the benefits and challenges of mixed methods; when to use mixed methods; paradigmatic issues; research design conceptualization; and data integration. By attending the workshop, participants will be better able to apply cultural responsive understandings to the crafting of their own mixed methods project.

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Cancellation Policy: Refunds less a $50 fee will be granted for requests received in writing prior to 11:59 PM EDT October 3, 2016. Email cancellation requests to registration@eval.org. Fax request to (202) 367-2173. All refunds are processed after the meeting. After October 3, 2016 all sales are final.