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Reflecting on UEP's Community Partnership Practices - Shared screen with speaker view
Penn Loh (he)
30:24
We have a google doc for recording notes for anyone who wants to join: https://docs.google.com/document/d/196oOagnDtq7yRVxw8pjDPx_oPrZr-FMsMn8QSayiOug/edit
Sarah Saydun (she/her)
32:53
Yay Luisa!!
Joceline Fidalgo
35:56
forgot to mention what I’m hoping to learn today: excited to hear more about how partnerships with community based organizations look in other communities and what folks have learned from their experiences
Penn Loh (he)
42:24
CORE assessment: https://pennloh-practical.vision/2021/02/12/core-assessment-report/
Molly Kaviar (she/her)
54:03
You are a little choppy Joceline, not sure if its just me?
Penn Loh (he)
01:04:35
One of the things that was challenging in this partnership is that there was a bit of staff and leadership changes at DSNI during the last 3 years. Our team ended up in some cases helping to hold the institutional memory.
Laurie Goldman (she, her)
01:04:54
Do we know who among community members have read the reports and theses? And how the reading has influenced their thinking and doing?
Luisa Santos (she/her)
01:06:34
Agree with Penn’s point about institutional memory in UCI.
Penn Loh (he)
01:07:23
To Laurie’s point, we are planning to hold a workshop or two this summer to share major findings, as we don’t expect that most folks will read an entire master’s thesis or even a whole field project report.
Luisa Santos (she/her)
01:09:01
To Laurie’s point, the research team also produced materials to onboard Working Advisory Group members, for example, which directly impacted the work.
Penn Loh (he)
01:12:34
Teaching Democracy has always been fraught with contradiction as a popular education program within a university.
Joceline Fidalgo
01:14:32
I definitely agree on the reflection space being the transformative space I think the challenge is making sure there is also time for that on the community level
zoë ackerman she/they
01:15:05
++++ Joceline
Penn Loh (he)
01:17:08
Amazing for Teaching Democracy to take the next step in language justice this year!
Johnny Shively (he/him)
01:24:53
Congratulations Hoai!!
Joann Lai
01:24:59
Congrats, Hoai!
Joceline Fidalgo
01:24:59
Congratulations!
Molly Kaviar (she/her)
01:25:03
Amazing!
Sarah Saydun (she/her)
01:25:04
Yay Hoai!!
Mike Mullaley
01:25:04
Woo congrats!!
Hoai Thuong Tran
01:25:25
Thank you!!
Molly Kaviar (she/her)
01:44:04
Can Joceline finish her thoughts? Only if you want to : )
Molly Kaviar (she/her)
01:44:18
Jk, no pressure
Mike Mullaley
01:44:27
Is teaching democracy being offered again in spring 2022?
Laurie Goldman (she, her)
01:44:37
Yes!
Mike Mullaley
01:44:46
Great!
Sarah Saydun (she/her)
01:48:48
Agreed!!
Johnny Shively (he/him)
01:48:53
I feel so excited to be part of this community. Thank you all for sharing what you’ve learned.
Luisa Santos (she/her)
01:51:49
Thank you all!
Elaine (she/her)
01:51:50
Thank you!!
zoë ackerman she/they
01:51:52
Thank you penn + all!