In part II of this special two-part series, Dr. Meagan Call-Cummings, assistant professor in the College of Education at George Mason University, is joined by students and a classroom teacher to discuss and reflect upon their work together in a participatory inquiry collective. Join us for this fascinating, in-the-field conversation which sheds tremendous light on the process and products of participatory action research.
In part I of this special two-part series, Dr. Meagan Call-Cummings, assistant professor in the College of Education at George Mason University, discusses her work on participatory action research. In part II, also available today as a separate episode, she is joined by a group of educators and students in a participatory action research collective.
In this special bonus episode, Dr. Kelly Guyotte, assistant professor of qualitative research at the University of Alabama and assistant chair of the QR SIG Mentoring Committee, discusses key considerations, helpful tips, and important things to keep in mind when preparing AERA annual meeting proposals.
In this episode, we host a lively and thought-provoking discussion of thinking with theory, featuring Dr. Lisa Mazzei. Dr. Mazzei is an associate professor of educational studies at the University of Oregon, and the author of "Thinking with Theory in Qualitative Research: Viewing Data Across Multiple Perspectives."
In this episode, we consider innovative methodologies, urban school choice, and the role of geography in qualitative education research. We are joined by Dr. Emma Rowe, a lecturer in the School of Education at Deakin University in Australia.
This month, we speak with Dr. Jeanine Staples, Associate Professor of Education (Language & Literacy Education) and African American Studies at Penn State. Dr. Staples is the author of The Revelations of Asher: Toward Supreme Love in Self – (This Is an Endarkened, Feminist, New Literacies Event).