Including All Stakeholders in Critical Collaborative Inquiry Cycles

Including All Stakeholders in Critical Collaborative Inquiry Cycles
February 2021
Seena M. Skelton, Ph.D., Tiffany Kyser, Ph.D., & Kathleen King Thorius, Ph.D.

This presentation, developed by MAP Center Leadership, describes the critical collaborative inquiry process, which expands traditional inquiry models to be inclusive of multiple stakeholder voices, centering the perspectives of historically marginalized communities. This process is used by the MAP Center staff to engage students, families, community members, educators, and policy makers in inquiry cycles that leverage the diverse perspectives of all members of the learning community. This process includes the collection and analysis of both quantitative and qualitative outcomes and contextual data to identify inequities, determine root causes of those inequities, and generate equitable solutions for all students and adults.

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