What are we up to?

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We’re interested in engaging in collaborative and reflective action research with ATE projects regarding how to center diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in ATE evaluations. Through this research, we aim to develop case studies of ATE projects’ experiences that lead to better practices in ATE projects and their evaluations in the future.

How will you be compensated?

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Through this research, we hope to provide you as a site with direction for how to engage DEI in your project and evaluation work. In addition to that, we will provide a $1,000 incentive for participation per person (PIs and evaluators), up to $3,000 per site!

What are you signing up for?

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We aim to engage intimately with your site through case studies. 2-3 people per site (project PIs and Evaluators) will participate in active reflection meetings and deliberation on how DEI is and could be incorporated into your work.

What will you have to do?

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You will participate in: (1) dialogue in Fall 2022, both virtually and at ATE’s annual conference, for us to further understand the context of your project; (2) personalized workshops in Spring 2023 about how to better incorporate these topics and measure progress with DEI more intentionally in your projects; and (3) post-workshop dialogues at the end of Spring around the impacts of these practices in your work.

If you have any questions about this work or you’re interested in participating in this research, please contact the DEI research team: Ayesha Boyce (ayesha.boyce@asu.edu) and Tiffany Tovey (tlsmi32@uncg.edu) or EvaluATE’s Lyssa Wilson Becho (lyssa.becho@wmich.edu).

We are accepting volunteers until October 19, 2022. 

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