Resource Title

The Gender and Intercultural Awareness Network Resource for Teachers and Trainers

Summary

This training manual is a result of a Grundtvig learning partnership which included organisations from Ireland, Spain, Italy and France. It is a training manual for teachers and educators who wish to address cultural and gender stereotypes within their classroom settings.

Resource Details

  • Date added: 6th April 2012
  • Author: Waterford One World Centre, Asamblea de Cooperacion por la Paz, CEMEA Aquitaine, CEMEA Piemonte
  • Publisher: Waterford One World Centre
  • Countries of Publication: Spain, Italy, France, Ireland
  • Year: 2011
  • Page Count: 77

Description

This 77-page training manual is designed for teachers and educators interested in exploring gender and cultural stereotypes. It packed with 40 different activities divided into four colour-coded sections: introductory/ice-breaker activities; action lessons; reflective lessons; and evaluation.

It is recommended that for each class/workshop that users take one lesson from each section. Users are however, encouraged to adapt the manual to suit particular needs.

The manual also includes a glossary of terms, important dates related to gender and immigration events, immigration statistics for selected countries, a photopack and also provides links to additional resources and background information.

Suggested use: designing workshops on gender and intercultural awareness

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