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Friday, June 15 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Communities of Practice: Creating Community Accountable Research

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As researchers how do we ensure our work is accessible, beneficial, and rooted in the lived experiences of our communities? Exploring strategies to create communities of practice together, we will document our processes through audio, video, and visual recordings. Participants will leave with connections to a community of practice built in the space and access to archival practice recordings as resources for creating intentional communities of practices in their own research communities.

Presenters
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Qui Dorian Alexander

Graduate Student, University of Minnesota
Qui Dorian Alexander is a queer, trans, Black Latinx educator, organizer, yoga teacher and consultant based in Minneapolis. He is currently a doctoral student in Education, Curriculum and Instruction with a focus on Culture and Teaching at the University of Minnesota. He positions... Read More →
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Diana Chandara

Diana Chandara is a PhD student in Culture and Teaching at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Her research interests are in identity development of diasporic Southeast Asian American youth, culturally relevant pedagogy, and community-based organizations (CBOs). More specifically, she examines how marginalized youth`s involvement in CBOs informs ethnic/cultural identities to combat deficit models of academic identities. She is from Fresno, California., University of Minnesota
Diana Chandara is a PhD student in Culture and Teaching at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Her research interests are in identity development of diasporic Southeast Asian American youth, culturally relevant pedagogy, and community-based organizations (CBOs). More specifically... Read More →
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A.K. O’Loughlin

A.K. O`Loughlin is a Teacher, Researcher and PhD Student in Culture & Teaching at the University of Minnesota. O`Loughlin`s research interests include Identity Construction, Intersectional Feminism, Racial Equity, Gender & Sexuality Pluralism, Teacher Education, Ethics in Schooling and especially, the intersections of these area of study. O`Loughlin holds a Masters Degree in Urban Education from the University of San Francisco and a Bachelors of Arts in Philosophy from the University of Minnesota., University of Minnesota


Friday June 15, 2018 11:00am - 12:30pm
STATE HALL: Room 116

Attendees (240)