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GRF 2nd One Health Summit 2013: Presentation by Andrea Frances Schuman, Center for Scientific and Social Studies

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Methodologists in Sandals: the teaching/learning of research methodologies to ground community action Methodologists in Sandals: the teaching/learning of research methodologies to ground community action Presentation Transcript

  • Center for Scientific and Social Studies: Mérida, Yucatán/Atlanta, Georgia Centro de Estudios Científicos y Sociales Andrea Schuman, Directora
  • Definition of the Problem Phenomenon of interest: - Water quality Grounding methodology: - Popular Education (PE) Structuring methodology: - Participatory Action Research (PAR) Water transport, Pochote style
  • Preliminary Planning: key concepts Pollution, contamination Etiology (origens of illness)  Illness/wellness Consequences for human health
  • Fundamental Problem: water quality schematic of the first cycle of teaching-learning Specialized Concepts Context of the Construction of Knowledge Logic of the Action Teaching Collective Subject Action/Reflection
  • Definition of the aspects of interest of the phenomenon under study  How intense is the illness provoked by the consumption of contaminated water? (ocurrance of intestinal problems caused by bacteria, amoebas or virus)  The existence (or not) of nodes of infection (extention and/or focalization of the problem);  The probable generators of the contamination (cause(es) of the problem and sites for action)  The general ideas of the residents about the water problem Primary water source
  • Participant researchers learn to prepare the test tubes – prescriptive teaching Water Transport, Pochote
  • Fundamental Problem: water quality schematic of the second cycle of teaching-learning Explicación Demostración Practica asistida Practica independiente
  • Design/Implementation of the Intervention Techniques for data collection – The Community Inventory • Interview Guide • Interviews with women in each household
  • Community Mapping
  • Filtration Barrel and Insulated Box for Incubator
  • Results First Test Round
  • Resolution of the Problem: treated water with no sign of E. coli
  • Evaluation- final phase of the cycle of PAR Their concerns were located in the areas of: Participation Process Environmental modifications Results We reconstructed for the first time in explicit terms the steps and the logic of Participatory Action Research, using a backchaining teaching strategy.