Gender Mainstreaming Toolkit for Teachers and Teacher Educators
The Commonwealth of Learning has developed this toolkit to help teachers and teacher educators learn more about gender mainstreaming, specifically: - why gender equality is important to students, teachers, communities and governments, and - how teachers, education institutions and other stakeholders can make changes that will help both girls and boys participate in and succeed at school.
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Sachdeva, Neena; Wong, Rosanne (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2015-08)Learning is not only the key to individual freedom, it also brings empowerment. Once people are empowered, they can make both choices and decisions, which increases their ability to act and to influence their lives and ...
Commonwealth of Learning (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2017-04)To ensure the integration of gender equality in development interventions in ODL, COL supports the institutional capacity of partner institutions to mainstream gender in the planning, development and monitoring and evaluation ...
Mainstreaming Use and Adaptation of Open Educational Resources in Indian Higher Education: A Model Mishra, Sanjaya (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2016-11-30)Open Educational Resources (OER) have emerged as one of the most innovative teaching and learning practices. In India, there have been several sporadic attempts to promote the use of OER, directly or indirectly, by launching ...
Kanwar, Asha (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2008-07-21)Transcript of opening remarks at Marlborough House, London, 21st July 2008. Presented by Asha Kanwar, Commonwealth of Learning.
Unlocking the Potential of Open Learning: A Shared Story of Education with Livelihood as a Force of Change for Mainstreaming Marginalized Women Mahapatra, Sukanta K (2013-11)Gender equality is critical to the development process. The process of globalization may have resulted in new avenues of growth, but due to unequal distribution of its benefits women are subject to discrimination in many ...