Learning and Teaching Community-Based Research: Linking Pedagogy to Practice

Learning and Teaching Community-Based Research: Linking Pedagogy to Practice

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Edited by Catherine Etmanski, Budd L. Hall, and Teresa Dawson
University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division © 2014
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Community-Based Research, or CBR, is a mix of innovative, participatory approaches that put the community at the heart of the research process. Learning and Teaching Community-Based Research shows that CBR can also operate as an innovative pedagogical practice, engaging community members, research experts, and students.

This collection is an unmatched source of information on the theory and practice of using CBR in a variety of university- and community-based educational settings. Developed at and around the University of Victoria, and with numerous examples of Indigenous-led and Indigenous-focused approaches to CBR, Learning and Teaching Community Based-Research will be of interest to those involved in community outreach, experiential learning, and research in non-university settings, as well as all those interested in the study of teaching and learning.

Catherine Etmanski is an assistant professor in the School of Leadership Studies and First Year Program Head for the master’s of arts in leadership at Royal Roads University.

Budd L. Hall is co-chair of the UNESCO Chair in Community Based Research and Social Responsibility in Higher Education and a professor of community development in the School of Public Administration at the University of Victoria.

Teresa Dawson is Director of the Learning and Teaching Centre and an assistant teaching professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Victoria.

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Foreword by S. Martin Taylor

Preface

Acknowledgments

Chapter 1. Introduction by Catherine Etmanski, Teresa Dawson, and Budd Hall

Part I – Learning by Doing: Learning CBR through the Practice of CBR

Chapter 2. On Thin Ice: Managing Risks in Community-University Research Partnerships by Jessica Ball

Chapter 3. When Girls Talk Back: Learning through Doing Critical, Girl-Centred Participatory Action Research by Elicia Loisell, Ruth Taylor, and Elizabeth Donald

Chapter 4. Learning CBR Through Community Organizing: Reflections on Struggles for Essential Health Services for People Who Use Drugs by Tamara Herman and Mark Willson

Part II – Learning with Community: Teaching CBR in Community Settings

Chapter 5. Siem Smun’eem (Respected Children): A Community-Based Research Training Story by Mukwa Musayett (Shelly Johnson), Sandrina de Finney, Kundouqk (Jacquie Green), Leslie Brown, and Shanne McCaffrey

Chapter 6. Community Based Mapping: A tool for transformation by Jon Corbett and Maeve Lydon

Chapter 7. Facilitating and Teaching Feminist Visual Arts-Based Research by Darlene E. Clover

Chapter 8. Learning to Listen: Foundations of Teaching and Facilitating of Participatory and Community Based Research by Budd L. Hall

Part III – Campus Beyond the Classroom: Innovations in CBR Programming

Chapter 9. Insurgent Education and Indigenous-Centered Research: Opening New Pathways to Community Resurgence by Jeff Corntassel and Adam Gaudry

Chapter 10. CBR Without Walls:  Fostering Learning with On-Line Collaboration in the Universities Without Walls HIV Health Training Program by Catherine Worthington, Francisco Ibáñez-Carrasco, Sean Rourke, and Jean Bacon

Chapter 11. Learning and living community-based research. Graduate student collaborations in Aboriginal communities by E. Anne Marshall, Ruby Peterson, Jennifer Coverdale, Samantha Etzel, and Nancy McFarland

Part IV – Promoting Knowledge Democracy: Teaching CBR in University Classrooms

Chapter 12. Walking side by side: Living Indigenous ways in the academy by Lorna Williams, Michele Tanaka, Vivian Leik, and Ted Riecken

Chapter 13. Making a Difference Through Teaching, Learning and Research: Multidisciplinary Research Internship Courses by Joaquin Trapero and Agata Stypka

Chapter 14. Creating the Learning Space: Teaching the Arts in CBR by Catherine Etmanski

Part V – Moving Forward: Productive Tensions and Persistent Challenges of Learning, Teaching, and Assessing CBR in Universities

Chapter 15. “But how do I put this dream catcher into my teaching dossier?” Learnings and Teachings from one faculty member’s tenure experience of documenting community based teaching and learning by Eileen Antone and Teresa Dawson

Chapter 16. Conclusion: Walking on Thin Ice: Tensions and Challenges in Community Based Research by Budd L. Hall, Catherine Etmanski, and Teresa Dawson

Appendix A - Websites and Resources for Community Mapping

Appendix B: Four UWW Evaluative Instruments

Notes

References

List of Contributors. 528

“Well organized and well conceptualized, Learning and Teaching Community-Based Research strikes a good balance between theory and practical examples. The quality of the organization and of the writing, and the important and fascinating examples of practice, make this one of the most readable research texts I have ever come across.”

John Holst, College of Education, Leadership, and Counselling, University of St Thomas

Learning and Teaching Community-Based Research provides a rich array of cases of CBR that illustrate the field’s breadth and diversity. With its focus on pedagogical approaches and challenges, the book makes an important contribution to the field of CBR.”

Shauna Butterwick, Department of Educational Studies, University of British Columbia

‘This volume on Community-based research is full of refreshing perspectives from diverse group of scholar-practitioners in Canada… For those whose values direct them to embark on a path toward equity this book is an extremely helpful and unique resource.’

Elizabeth A. Tyron, Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement vol 19:02:2015

‘This book is a valuable resource for those who are unfamiliar with, yet interested in the practice of CBR … It provides a comprehensive description of the challenge, rewards, and breadth of the practice and teaching of community-based learning.’

Thomas Yates, Engaged Scholar vol 1:01:2015