Inclusive education for all genders: We break gender stereotypes
Up to 15 persons
A four-hour experiential workshop on how to create a more inclusive class based on gender neutrality, with Anastasia Karouti. The aim is to explore, through experiential activities, how gender roles affect learners’ performance, how we can evaluate educational materials and how we can adapt them in order for our approach to be based on gender neutrality. In this way, we create a safe learning environment for all students regardless of their gender identity and we make our class inclusive.
The trainer Anastasia Karouti, an English language teacher and translator with postgraduate studies on gender studies and feminist theory, has received training on education, non-formal and experiential learning, intercultural communication, and the Erasmus+ programme in Greece and abroad. For two years, she had been working as a trainer and educational counsellor at non-profit organisations in Romania. In 2013-2014, she participated in GROW, a nationwide educational programme for personal and professional development. As a trainer, she was responsible for designing and delivering experiential learning workshops to teenagers, as well as training international volunteers on non-formal learning.
The workshop is suitable for educators, as well as for the general public.