Lesson 1- Perspective taking - University of Idaho

Lesson 1- Perspective taking - University of Idaho

Welcome You have been selected to be a part of the intervention group for the perspective taking towards people with physical disabilities study. Your task will be to take your time and go through an educational intervention lesson on perspective taking towards people with physical disabilities. The lessons are meant for you to gain an understanding of what it is like to take another persons perspective. You will do one lesson per week for six weeks. The lessons will take 20 minutes of your time. At certain points of the lessons you will be asked to link into Qualtrics for your response. Please link in when you are prompted and not later as you will be given feedback to the question during the lesson. You have been given a recipient ID number. Please keep this in a place where you can find it easily as you will need it for the Qualtrics responses. The purpose of the Qualtrics responses are to inform the research. There are no right or wrong answers.

02/08/2020 1 Lesson 1- Perspective taking When I began to read some of the things that abled- bodied academics, researchers, and professionals had written, and still write, about impairment and disability, I was and remain staggered at how little it related to my own experience or indeed, that of most other disabled people I come to know(Oliver, 2009, p. 16).

02/08/2020 2 Pre-professionals and the problem Society creates social norms about people with physical impairments It is assumed that, people who have physical impairments live with constant pain from their impairment.

1.1 Is this true? https://uidaho.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_09yUZNm94LGQEn3 02/08/2020 3 Feedback All people with physical impairments do not live with pain as their impairments are not painful. Mike Oliver states, When I began to read some of the things that abledbodied academics, researchers, and professionals had written, and still write, about impairment and disability, I was and remain staggered at how little it related to my own experience or indeed, that of most other disabled people I

come to know(Oliver, p. 16). 02/08/2020 4 How do we actually perspective take? Your task is to watch the video linked here. The hero in this video is JJ, who is in a wheelchair. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RNBAmcFTync Now picture yourself in JJs chair In three sentences or less tell me

what would be your initial reaction if someone physically moved you to get ahead of you in line? 1.2- https://uidaho.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6ih8c86Ou1doDfD 02/08/2020 5 In philosophy, this scenario with the man in the suit moving JJ can be explained by Martin Bubers- I-thou, and the I-It. In the scenario, the guy in the suit (the I) saw JJ as an it or object because the man in the suit moved him. JJ later in the video even says the guy saw him as an object. Whereas, JJ wants people to see

him as a person which would be the I-thou, seeing a person as a person rather than an object. Note: The next time you see a person in a wheelchair, think about this video and JJ. How would you like to be treated if you were in a wheelchair? 02/08/2020 6 Thou is actually a sacred term. Meaning when we use the term thou we recognize that a human being has spiritual qualities. However, JJ was seen as an it. 1.3 What would have happened if the man (I-suit)

saw JJ as another sacred being as a Thou? 1.4 Would the scenario be changed? https://uidaho.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0xmhJTIUfXhatlH 02/08/2020 7 Activity Now you will do an activity where you become impaired and complete a task. For this activity, you will need a shoe with laces.

02/08/2020 8 Activity Your task: Tie your shoe with your non-dominate hand ONLY You will have 15 seconds to do the activity. 02/08/2020 9

Activity Get your shoe, put it on, and ready the laces. When you are ready, go to next slide for the timer. You will have until the blue circle has completely disappeared to finish the task. 02/08/2020 10 Here is your timer. When the blue circle is gone the time is up. STO P

02/08/2020 11 Reflection 1.5 Tell us about your experience? 1.6 Did you get the shoe tied in the allotted time? Yes or No If yes, tell us about your experience? 1.7 Give me three words in how you felt about trying to tie your shoe? https://uidaho.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cFOp6h5curcUJVP 1.8 How was your experience of being physically impaired? Were you frustrated? Yes or No, Explain, how and why? https://uidaho.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_78qFzyyyXs1Rxjf

02/08/2020 12 What is so wonderful about walking? The aim of research should not to make the legless normal, whatever that may mean, but to create a social environment where to be legless is irrelevant (Oliver, 2009, p. 29). If you would like to read the full article the link is belowhttps://disability-studies.leeds.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/libr ary/Oliver-PROFLEC.pdf 02/08/2020

13 Conclusion The point of this lesson was to imagine yourself as a person with a physical impairment. The lesson shows how people with physical impairments are often treated by people who are abled-bodied. In this lesson we learned about Bubers I-thou and I-it. The goal is to treat others as thou: a sacred being. Furthermore, we then had you become a person with a physical impairment and asked you to tie a shoe with your non-dominate hand. You then reflected on the task. Finally, we are asking you to consider the others as a thou- and not as an it.

02/08/2020 14 Questions of Right Choice 1.9 What is the right thing to do? When we think of doing the right thing. We have our past experiences that we reflect on. We might have had a role model who taught us or grew up with parents who taught us or we learned in school or classes. What is the right thing to do when interacting with another? 02/08/2020

15 Questions of Right Choice 1.9.1 Why is it the right thing to do? 1.9.1 When considering why it is the right thing to do we are engaging in moral feeling and moral knowing. Moral feeling and moral knowing is cognitively knowing what the right thing to do is and intuitively knowing . 02/08/2020 16

Questions of Right Choice 1.9.2 What are the social moral perspectives to support the answer? 1.9.2 When thinking about the social moral perspective we must think what perspective are we taking versus what perspective should we be taking? The moral perspective would say that we should do what we ought to do. Oliver gives us the moral perspective of it should not matter if a person has an impairment, It has no bearing on how that person is treated. The goal is not to make the legless normal but to make a social environment where being legless irrelevant to the appreciation of others. 02/08/2020

17 Final reflection and at least one lesson learned Please link here to give at least one thing or concept you learned from this particular lesson. If you have any questions please add here as well. https://uidaho.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0qFptmSTqfwXqcZ 02/08/2020 18

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