Document Type

Report

Journal or Conference Title

ERIC

Publication Date

5-14-2009

Department

Education

Abstract

This article outlines the importance of Community Engaged Research, and how it can be embedded into an existing Master of Science in Education degree program at Dominican University of California. Community Engaged Research rejects the traditional research model, opting instead for a dialogic approach to research. Both the community and the researchers must participate in the analysis process as data is irrelevant without considering the context in which the data was discovered. When evaluating the role of service in education, Community Engaged Research provides a clear connection between educators, students and the community in a service oriented way. An ideal balance will come from creating a curriculum which allows for and supports Community Engaged Research, but does not require it.

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