We are othering people not only because of race or gender, also because of cultural backgrounds and cognitive profiles.
Hello everyone. I suppose you have never been so puzzled/excited to open one of my blog posts. Because I do not talk about sex at work unless I am talking about how to avoid sexual harassment and other forms of power abuse. To those of you who have attended one of my professional conduct trainingsSigue leyendo “Let’s (not) talk about sex.“
I am neither convinced that our scientific methods are all-mighty (we’re only humans, with limited cognitive and perceptive abilities, so…) nor am I a believer in “supernatural” forces. I believe in the scientific consensus, with an awareness that even scientists bring their unconscious bias and sometimes stubborn ambitions to work, which makes for suboptimal science.RetiredSigue leyendo “I am not training to become an Alexander Technique “therapist”, but an AT teacher.”
What is one of the most unnoticed appliances we have at home? OK, right, the blog post title gave it away. You’re probably more interested in learning *how* inclusion and equity are like a refrigerator to me. Your first guess may be about a temperature metaphor. Something about diversity being “cool” these days? Or maybeSigue leyendo “Inclusion and equity are like a fridge.“
As to how we finance our livelihoods, one common way to talk about it is to state our occupation as a part of our identity: “I am a software engineer.” “I am a teacher.” “I am an accountant.” “I am a cleaner.” “I am a road builder.” As so-called “minorities” we are considered “exceptions toSigue leyendo “Agility & Identity:
“I am a software engineer. Or am I?””
I just moved to Catalunya to learn how to teach the Alexander Technique. This blog is about how that came about, and why I want to blog about this journey.