Stance

Stance is a morpheme meaning stand, used in several ways:

  • to take a position in an argument, a stand on a given issue
  • refers to a particular standing posture

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Famous quotes containing the word stance:

    For good teaching rests neither in accumulating a shelfful of knowledge nor in developing a repertoire of skills. In the end, good teaching lies in a willingness to attend and care for what happens in our students, ourselves, and the space between us. Good teaching is a certain kind of stance, I think. It is a stance of receptivity, of attunement, of listening.
    Laurent A. Daloz (20th century)