$150 – $400

Culturally Responsive Evaluation with Indigenous Populations

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The Willows Golf & Country Club

382 Cartwright Street

Saskatoon, SK S7T 1B1

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This workshop will explore

  • Legacy of colonization

  • Reconciliation movement

  • Legacy of research

  • Truth-telling and misconceptions

  • The role of racism in culturally responsive evaluation

  • Exploring worldviews

  • Decolonizing methods

  • Cultural competence continuum

  • Adaptation of existing tools and measures

  • Role of values and reflective practice

This is an intermediate to advanced level evaluation workshop. To benefit from their workshop experience, participants should come equipped with an existing understanding of the process and function of evaluation. It would also be beneficial to be familiar with prominent evaluation theories and methodologies (e.g. developmental evaluation, utilization focused evaluation).

Lunch and health breaks provided

Doors open at 8:30. Coffee/Tea and muffins provided.

Free parking

Workshop Leaders

Leading the workshop will be Kim van der Woerd, a member of the ‘Namgis First Nation from Alert Bay, BC and Principal with Reciprocal Consulting, and Billie Joe Rogers, Director of Evaluation and Research in Reciprocal Consulting. Reciprocal Consulting is an Indigenous owned and operated consulting company. Collectively, the Reciprocal Consulting team have 40 years of experience conducting evaluation work, successfully managing 158 evaluation and research projects.

Kim obtained her Doctoral Degree in Psychology (specializing in Program Evaluation), from Simon Fraser University (SFU) in 2008. Her dissertation research won the Michael Scriven Dissertation Award for Outstanding Contributions to Evaluation Theory, Methodology or Practice. Kim is also the recipient of the Canadian Evaluation Society Contributions to Evaluation in Canada Award (2014).

Billie Joe is an Ojibew member of Aamjiwnaang First Nation. She obtained her Doctoral Degree in Psychology and Law from SFU in 2017. Their team is guided by the teachings of the 4 R’s that have been articulated for working with Aboriginal communities: respect, reciprocity, relevance and responsibility.

Questions? Contact: sarahlsangster@gmail.com

CANCELLATION POLICY:

If the the cancellation is received by mail, e-mail or fax more than 10 business days (June, 5, 2018) prior to an event, the registrant will be refunded the full amount of the registration fee paid. If the cancellation is received by mail, e-mail or fax between 3 and 10 business days prior to an event, the registrant will be refunded a paid registration fee less a $25.00 or 25% of fee (whichever is less) cancellation charge. If the registration fee is unpaid, the registrant shall be responsible for the appropriate cancellation fee.

If the cancellation is received by mail, e-mail or fax within 3 business days of the event, no refunds will be given and the registrant shall be responsible for the full amount of the registration fee.

Substitutions may be made at any time until the event. Substitutions of a non-member for a member will result in additional non-member fees being charged.

To cancel contact the CES-SK Administrative Assistant at cessask.aa@gmail.com

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

CES SK Chapter's AGM will be held at noon on June 18, 2019. Additional information will be sent directly to CES members.



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Canada

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