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4 - Gender-responsive methodologies and guidelines for planning, teaching and training



Technical Workshop on Basic Education and Lifelong Learning for Gender Equality Through CLCs - (UNESCO Bangkok)
(UNESCO 2001) Final Report of the workshop which took place in Indonesia on the 28th-31st March 2001.63 p.

Literacy - a Key to Empowering Women Farmers - (UNESCO ED/BAS)
Rural women copy.jpg(UNESCO, 2001) The Educate to Empower model developed by UNESCO is an approach to literacy that seeks to incorporate women’s empowerment into learning programmes. During the past ten years, UNESCO has offered training workshops based on this model in countries in Africa, Asia and the Pacific as part of the UNESCO/UNDP project Expansion of Skills-Based Literacy Programmes for Women and the UNESCO/DANIDA programme Special Project for Women and Girls in Africa. This booklet describes the significant conclusions of this effort, and illustrates its findings with stories and pictures taken from learning materials developed by the participants in these workshops.

Education for a Culture of Peace in a Gender Perspective - (UNESCO Publishing)
Ed CoP gender perspective.jpg(UNESCO, 2001) This publication, based on a comprehensive, gender-sensitive approach to peace education, has been written during the first year of the United Nations International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-violence for the Children of the World (2001-2010).

Gender equality in classroom instruction: introducing gender training for teachers in the Republic of Korea - (UNESCO Bangkok)
ED3.bmp(UNESCO 2006) “A part of the research, “A Programme Development for Enhancing the Gender- Sensitive Teaching” conducted by the Korean Women’s Development Institute (KWDI) in 2003, was translated for this paper. This report is largely composed of three parts, namely the results of classroom observation, an overview of the programme, and the lesson plan”… 46 p.

Issues paper on Inclusion of Gender Perspectives in Family Education - (UNESCO Bangkok)

Handbook for Literacy and Non-formal Education Facilitators in Africa - (UNESCO ED/BAS/LIT)
Literacy Handbook copy.jpg(UNESCO 2006) - This handbook constitutes the first step towards developing a holistic regional resource package for non-formal-Education personnel in Africa. It is designed as a basic guide for responding to the specific needs of learners and promoting knowledge and skills in the fields of reading, writing and numeracy. Module 7, Section 2, specifically deals with gender-related issues. 151 pages

Gender-Sensitive Education Statistics and Indicators: A Practical Guide - (UIS)

Women and technical and vocational education and training; an annotated bibliography of research and related literature - (UNESCO Bonn)
ED8.bmp(UNESCO 2004) The Annotated Bibliographies of TVET are a series of reviews of literature related to key issues of TVET that has been published within the last six years. 42 p.

Gender sensitivity: a training manual for sensitizing education managers, curriculum and material developers and media professionals to gender concerns - (UNESCO)
(UNESCO 2004) “The concept of gender sensitivity has been developed as a way to reduce barriers to personal and economic development created by sexism. Gender sensitivity helps to generate respect for the individual regardless of sex”... 201 p.

GENIA Toolkit for Promoting Gender Equality in Education - 2004 Version - (UNESCO Bangkok)
GENIA toolkit.jpg(UNESCO, 2004) The GENIA Toolkit was designed to be a cluster of resources for use by Education planners and implementers to incorporate gender equality into their work. This 2004 version has been revised and expanded with tools for Classroom Observation Tools and a Gender Lens for Community Learning Centers (CLCs).

Gender & HIV/AIDS. - (UIE/SAfAIDS 2002)
GenderHIVAIDS.jpgA Report of the International Workshop on the Development of Empowering Educational HIV/AIDS Prevention Strategies and Gender Sensitive Materials (Nairobi Kenya, 9-13 July 2001. Based on the experiences presented in the workshop, participants identified relevant gender issues that affect prevention work and elaborated strategies to tackle them effectively, resulting in principles of empowering prevention strategies. The purpose of this publication is to analyse different HIV prevention programmes and on the basis of this develop guidelines for designing gender-sensitive materials.

Guidelines for Preparing Gender Responsive EFA Plans - (UNESCO Bangkok)
EFA guidelines 2002.jpg(UNESCO Bangkok, 2002). These guidelines have been prepared to assist you and your 'team' to produce EFA plans that are gender responsive. The document aims to raise awareness about a number of aspects that you need to consider in order to produce plans leading to the achievement of gender equality in education. Further information and guidance regarding gender issues in education can be found in books and websites referred to at the back of this document. For general planning issues, please refer to the EFA Planning Guide, produced by UNESCO Bangkok.

Gender Sensitivity - A Training Manual - (UNESCO Division of Basic Education Section of Literacy and Non-Formal Education)
gender sensitive manual.jpg(UNESCO, 1997)

Measuring parity, equality and equity in education – Technical Issues - (UIS)
Measuring Gender Parity.jpgPowerPoint presentation.

Training Module on Gender-Sensitivity (module 5) - 2000 - (UNESCO Division of Basic Education - Section for Primary Education)

Addressing Gender Relations in HIV Preventive Education - (UIE - Hambourg)
genderHIVcontentUIE.gif(UNESCO, 2002) This publication is one of the outcomes of UIE’s project on “Developing Empowering Educational Strategies and Gender-Sensitive IEC Materials for HIV Prevention” which aims at (1) working out a gender perspective on HIV preventive education, (2) reviewing existing educational strategies and IEC materials in the light of this perspective and (3) developing empowering educational strategies and gender-sensitive IEC materials.

UNESCO Gender Lens for Measuring the Child-Friendliness of Schools - 2002 - (UNESCO Bangkok Gender training workshop)
1 page checklist.

Teaching and Learning for a Sustainable Future: Women and sustainable development - (UNESCO)
sustainable future copy.jpgOnline multimedia teacher education programme published by UNESCO.

Guidelines for Implementing, Monitoring and Evaluating Gender Responsive EFA Plans - (UNESCO Bangkok)
Guidelines EFA 2003 thumbnail.gif(UNESCO, 2003) - This booklet is a revision of and a follow-up to the Guidelines for Preparing Gender-responsive EFA Plans published in March 2002 to assist planning teams to prepare gender-responsive EFA plans.

Database of curricular material for HIV/AIDS education - (UNESCO - International Bureau of Education)
The UNESCO International Bureau of Education (IBE) collects, selects and disseminates through its on-line database examples of good practice for HIV/AIDS prevention in formal settings, and includes specific entries on good practice on gender and HIV/AIDS prevention.

Module 4: évaluation de la relation élèves-maîtres, particulièrement du point de vue des filles - (UNESCO ED/BAS/PE)
(UNESCO 2002) Le module Évaluation de la relation élèves-maîtres, particulièrement du point de vue des filles a été conçu pour contribuer à l'enracinement d'une prise de conscience des questions de ‘genre’ dans les milieux scolaires et notamment chez les maîtres/esses et chez les encadreurs/ses et animateurs/trices. 108 p.(french version only)





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