Working Group on Books and Learning Materials, Association for the Development of Education in Africa, Jan 1, 2000 - Reference - 107 pages
Many materials used both inside and outside school continue to suffer from gender stereotyping and bias. This handbook was originally intended for publishers and editors involved in developing reading material. It has now been expanded into a training manual for use by a wider range of professional people involved in materials development such as authors, curriculum developers, teachers, reading specialists, adult literacy trainers, illustrators, and journalist. The training modules have been designed for use in workshop situations, and are accompanied by a pack of laminated training cards that can be either used in different combinations by trainers, or for self study purposes.
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INTRODUCING A CENDER PERSPECTIVE
Socialisation and the consequences of gender stereotyping
identifying your political stance
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