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Shifting Power in Educational Research and Development is a collaboration between the University of Pittsburgh School of Education and Remake Learning. The initiative paired 20 Black and Latinx educators with 20 researchers to independently design and implement research projects driven by the educators, with the goal of shifting power dynamics inherent in research.
During this virtual session you will:
- Learn about Shifting Power in Educational Research and Development and how the initiative centered the voices and knowledge of Black and Latinx educators.
- Learn about the key frameworks and essential lessons, including five “agents” for shifting power.
- Hear about two educator-researcher pair projects
- Educator: Deshanna Wisniewski, Hampton Township School District
- Researcher: Caitlin Forbes Spear, University of Pittsburgh, Office of Child Development
- Title: Exploring the Process of Using Picture Books in the Elementary Classroom to Have Conversations About Race and Ability
- Educator: Candace Burgess, Pittsburgh Festival Opera
- Researcher: Amanda Cross, University of Pittsburgh, Office of Child Development
- Title: Temples for Tomorrow: Unveiling of Black Participation in Classical Vocal Music
This is an online event. You can join the Zoom meeting through the Eventbrite confirmation email or event page.