Lessons learned from community partnership projects
Feb 8, 2024 — 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
A conversation with colleagues about two community partnership projects to share experiences and examples of lessons learned
Lynn Butler-Kisber is a professor of education in the Department of Integrated Studies, Faculty of Education, and an associate member of the Department of Equity, Ethics, and Policy, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University. She was the recipient of the 2022 McGill Faculty of Education, Distinguished Teaching award and is the immediate past chair of the Elliot Eisner SIG at AERA. Her teaching and research include qualitative research methodologies; leadership; multiliteracies; and professional development. She is particularly interested in arts-based methodologies. She focuses on issues of marginalization, equity, and social justice. Her most recent book (2023) is titled “Narrative inquiry of displacement: Stories of Challenge, change, and resilience” (with Clark/Keefe and Savin-Baden, Routledge). She is the founding (2007) and continuing Editor of an online, open access, peer-reviewed journal that integrates theory and practice, encourages multimodal submissions and the inclusion of a variety of voices.