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Title: Centering Critical Youth Research Methodologies of Praxis and Care in Post-Pandemic Times: From Respectful Relations and Dialogue Towards New Imaginaries
Authors: Rahm, Jrène
Polman, Joseph L.
Adams, Jennifer
Stamatis, Kristina
Hernandez, Jose Rogelio Manriquez
Luna, Tupak Barrios Palacios
Luna, Atzin Rene
Kayumova, Shakhnoza
Harper, Akira
Bereavalez, Esmeralda
Achilova, Feyza
Richards, Giana
Ehret, Christian
Mannard, Emily
St. Victor, Karl A.
Rogers, Christian Degenais
Sprowls, Emily
Gonsalves, Allison
Keywords: Learning Sciences
Issue Date: 2023
Publisher: International Society of the Learning Sciences
Citation: Rahm, J., Polman, J. L., Adams, J., Stamatis, K., Hernandez, J. R., Luna, T. B., Luna, A. R., Kayumova, S., Harper, A., Bereavalez, E., Achilova, F., Richards, G., Ehret, C., Mannard, E., St. Victor, K. A., Rogers, C. D., Sprowls, E., & Gonsalves, A. (2023). Centering critical youth research methodologies of praxis and care in post-pandemic times: From respectful relations and dialogue towards new imaginaries. In Blikstein, P., Van Aalst, J., Kizito, R., & Brennan, K. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 17th International Conference of the Learning Sciences - ICLS 2023 (pp. 1622-1629). International Society of the Learning Sciences.
Abstract: To center critical youth research methodologies of praxis and care in post-pandemic times, we bring together youth and researchers from four different partnership projects. Through dialogue circles with and between youth, we desettle taken-for-granted perspectives on research in the Learning Sciences. We ask: 1) How does engagement in co-creation and partnership projects offer all partners opportunities to reimagine research in education, a re-envisioning of it as humanizing and grounded in respectful relations ? ; 2) What does it look and feel like at the beginning, when relations are established, and later, as they are maintained through joint work and critical reflections about learning, teaching, and becoming? ; and 3) How does such joint-work support new future imaginaries for humanizing learning opportunities and meaningful joint research? A co-creation project will be pursued simultaneously, mediated by a local artist and further enriched by the discussant, leaving traces of the exchanges and shared with the larger community.
Description: Symposium
URI: https://doi.org/10.22318/icls2023.495209
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