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MyCom Wisdom for Wednesday: Youth Participatory Action Research - Shared screen with speaker view
Alexander Leslie
43:16
What do you think of when you think of research?
Andrew Valdez
43:19
Community outreach?
Brenda Pryor
43:26
Asking questions...
Allison Huber
43:34
Collecting data to test a theory.
Sharon Bell
43:38
Data collection
Yining Lin
43:49
Observing
Carlos Laboy
44:00
A journey to answering questions and theories
Kate Nickley
44:09
Etic, “objective”
Allison Huber
44:14
Nice Carlos!
Kate Nickley
51:21
Can encourage transformative change
Alexander Leslie
51:27
Yes yes yes, Sharon!
Allison Huber
51:41
Giving them a further understanding of themselves.
Cherise Kent
52:04
Agree with others. The process develops a sense of agency and fosters skills they can employ.
Alexander Leslie
54:53
These are all great; thank you everyone!
Alexander Leslie
01:21:38
 Photovoice Community Walks Community Mapping Youth-led Surveys Writing-Journaling Focus Group Discussion
Alexander Leslie
01:22:14
Which method did you like the best? The least?What kind of information do you get from the different methods?What is the value of each method?What resources would we need for each method?How much time would we need to use each method?Which method(s) do you think could work best with your youth?
Brenda Pryor
01:38:21
LOLOLOL...
Kate Nickley
01:45:23
Group 2 preferred Community Walks and Photovoice. Noted that some methods could be adapted specifically for Emergent Bilinguals or English Language Learners
Alexander Leslie
01:45:27
Please share in this any of the methods you like, don't like as much, or which you would use in your own practice
Alexander Leslie
01:45:35
Thanks so much, Kate!
Carlos Laboy
01:46:39
We thought Focus Groups and Small group discusses were the ones that allowed for the most interaction and expression. We weren't fans for the surveys, because they can be a bit restrictive in terms of answers, but it would be important to have good survey design in order to get more interactions.
Nashalie Diaz
01:48:24
In our group with Stacey and Richard, we focused on Community Walks, Photo Voice, and Journalism. We recognize the importance of letting the youth express themselves using this methods to collet data. We agreed that these methods also allow us to connect with students and the community.
Nashalie Diaz
01:50:05
The methods we talked about allow students to explore and share what is important for them in their community.
Alexander Leslie
01:50:31
Thank you all for sharing these discussion outcomes!
Brenda Pryor
01:54:42
This is exceptional!!! Thank you for sharing. I know that the Central community our proud of these youth. Valuable, real truth information. I must exit, I have a meeting. Thank you everyone.
Lisa Mack
01:56:09
That was an excellent presentation!
Allison Huber
01:56:26
I love the images.
Alexander Leslie
01:56:29
Agreed, Lisa--this group is so impressive
Sharon Bell
01:58:00
YPAR is an excellent youth development Program with so many possibilities for effective use!!
Kate Nickley
01:58:00
Do you have any tips for doing YPAR with younger students? (Elementary school aged)
Elizabeth Benninger, PhD (she, her, hers)
01:58:08
Lizbenninger@gmail.com, Elizabeth Benninger
Andrew Valdez
02:00:01
Thank you!
Kate Nickley
02:00:07
thank you! (:
Alexander Leslie
02:00:21
Thank you so much for your participation, all!
Elizabeth Benninger, PhD (she, her, hers)
02:00:25
feel free to reach out with questions or if you would like some more resources!
Andrew Valdez
02:00:30
Fund development: engaging donors with site vists
charles Taylor
02:00:35
Thank you for the presentation
Alexander Leslie
02:00:48
alex@mycomcle.org
Andrew Valdez
02:00:59
Fund development: what funding resources are available locally? I know of national funders
Yining Lin
02:01:01
Fund Development: Grant finding
Tevin Rey
02:01:19
Grant writing tips