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Practical Strategies for Culturally Responsive Evaluation: A Multidisciplinary Approach

Session Number: 2885
Track: AEA Sponsored Sessions
Session Type: Panel
Tags: culturally responsive evaluation, Multidisciplinary approach
Session Chair: Chandra R Story [Assistant Professor - Oklahoma State University]
Discussant: Arthur E Hernandez [Professor - University of the Incarnate Word]
Presenter 1: Kate Cartwright, PhD [Assistant Professor - School of Public Administration, University of New Mexico]
Presentation 1 Additional Author: SMITA SHUKLA MEHTA [Professor in Special Education - University of North Texas]
Presentation 1 Additional Author: Chandra R Story [Assistant Professor - Oklahoma State University]
Presentation 1 Additional Author: Cirecie Olatunji [Associate Professor - Xavier University of Louisiana]
Session Facilitator: Chandra R Story [Assistant Professor - Oklahoma State University]
First Author or Discussion Group Leader: Kate Cartwright, PhD [Assistant Professor - School of Public Administration, University of New Mexico]
Second Author or Discussion Group Leader: SMITA SHUKLA MEHTA [Professor in Special Education - University of North Texas]
Third Author or Discussion Group Leader: Cirecie Olatunji [Associate Professor - Xavier University of Louisiana]
Fourth Author or Discussion Group Leader: Jieru Bai [Assistant Professor - University of Nebraska at Omaha]
Time: Oct 27, 2016 (03:00 PM - 04:30 PM)
Room: M108

Abstract 1 Title: Practical Strategies for Culturally Responsive Evaluation: A Multidisciplinary Approach
Presentation Abstract 1:

This panel will present practical strategies for culturally responsive evaluation. Culturally responsive evaluation (CRE) has gained tremendous attention in various disciplines. However, most of the existing literature focuses on the importance of culturally responsive evaluation. This multidisciplinary panel will take an applied perspective and propose practical strategies to implement culturally responsive evaluation in an inter- and cross disciplinary manner in particular, social work, education, psychology, and public health. They will share their experiences and best practices involving various populations, locations and purposes.


Presentation 1 Other Authors: Jieru Bai (jbai@unomaha.edu)
Assistant Professor
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Audience Level: Beginner

Session Abstract: 

This panel will present practical strategies for culturally responsive evaluation. Culturally responsive evaluation (CRE) has gained tremendous attention in various disciplines. However, most of the existing literature focuses on the importance of culturally responsive evaluation. This multidisciplinary panel will take an applied perspective and propose practical strategies to implement culturally responsive evaluation in an inter- and cross disciplinary manner in particular, social work, education, psychology, and public health. They will share their experiences and best practices involving various populations, locations and purposes.



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