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2023 FLO Friday: Where to Position Positionality in Your Work (Dec. 8)

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This FLO Friday session will build on several earlier BCcampus conversations about positionality. The University of British Columbia defines positionality as the dynamic relationship between an individual and their various personal and social identities, including gender, race, class, sexuality, ethnicity, ability, and place, among others. In this session you will discuss and evaluate the pedagogical role of your positionality statement. You will then develop and share a student-focused reflective activity that connects your positionality statement to the aim of helping students recognize and reflect on their own and their peers’ backgrounds and perspectives.

By the end of this session, you will be able to

  • Reflect on the pedagogical possibilities for your positionality statement.
  • Adapt a simple reflective exercise to promote student recognition of positionalities.

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