Earlier this year, Director Michael P. Arnold, PhD was invited by Expanding the Bench® (ETB) to participate in the Culturally responsive and equitable evaluation (CREE) Learning Series, a multi-part video series to “showcase learnings and offer new ideas and fresh perspectives on approaching CREE-focused work.”
Below, we are happy to share Michael’s videos, “Developing a Shared Approach to the Practice of CREE” and “Addressing Challenges and Opportunities Involved in Applying CREE,” produced and edited in-house by our Production and Operations Assistant, Crislin Christian.
CREE Learning Series Part 2.3 - Developing a Shared Approach to the Practice of CREE
Michael examines here why a shared approach enhances CREE practice and how it “differs from more traditional evaluative designs.”
CREE Learning Series Part 2.4 - Addressing Challenges and Opportunities Involved in Applying CREE
Michael finishes Part 2 of the CREE Learning Series by addressing the roadblocks that one may encounter when applying CREE.