Toward a Culturally Disruptive Framework in Partnership-Based Research and Design
Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Conference
To contribute understanding of how to cultivate and sustain equitable community partnerships, we share our culturally-situated research approach that supports both Western and Indigenous knowledge systems. As a team of Indigenous and non-Indigenous researchers, designers, and educators, we propose a culturally disruptive framework, which demands identification and disruption of tensions in underlying knowledge systems, values, and beliefs and leads to self-discoveries and innovation in our research, design, and teaching processes and practices.
Litts, B.K., Tehee, M., *Hamilton, M., *Yan, L., *Isaacs, D., ^Jenkins, J., & ^Baggaley, S. (2020, November). Toward a Culturally Disruptive Framework in Partnership-Based Research and Design. Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Conference.