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Using Documentation to Monitor your Indigenous Focused Collaborative Inquiry

This video stresses the importance of triangulating multiple sources to ensure accurate interpretation and analysis of a team's inquiry while deepening our understanding about processes of documenting, collecting evidence, using data and monitoring within an Indigenous research framework. A description of both Western and Indigenous paradigms is provided along with recognition that tensions exist within an Indigenous-Focused Collaborative Inquiry when measuring impact and student outcomes due to historical misuse of data and the absence of Indigenous voice in research. Examples of what researching “in a good way” might look like in a collaborative inquiry are provided.

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