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GRP Toolkit - Validation Workshop

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www.creativeactioninstitute.org
Reimagining Social Change
Gender Responsive Pedagogy Toolkit
A Training Tool for Teachers
and
Schools
Developed by:
Toolkit Goals
FOR TEACHERS:
A practical tool for training new and seasoned teachers
Creative and participatory activities for creating a gender responsive classroom
TOOLKIT DEVELOPED BASED ON INFORMATION AND ANALYSIS OF:
In-person interviews, focus groups, and questionnaires with teachers, administrators, ministries, TTC and others around GRP application
Research on gender equality and gender-responsive education in the African context
Teachers
Head Teachers
School Directors
School Management
Acknowledgments:
Intended Audience
UNITS 1-4: Foundational Information
UNITS 5-11 Foundational + Tactical
Approaches and Activities
UNITS 12-13 Guide to Gender Responsive
School Environment and
Stakeholder Engagement
UNIT 14 Design, Monitoring and Evaluation
OVERVIEW
Intended Use
In-service teachers will receive certification through professional development training and learn practical tools to apply in classroom
At the Teacher Training College level, pre-service teachers will learn foundational frameworks and role play activities in preparation for classroom application
• Each unit contains:
Foundational information, guidance, activities, case studies, examples and self-assessment questions

• Activities to draw out the knowledge of participants
1. INTRODUCTION AND FRAMEWORK
6 Sections
2. GENDER RESPONSIVE SCHOOL & EDUCATION
3. GENDER RESPONSIVE AND SAFE CLASSROOM
4. GENDER RESPONSIVE STAKEHOLDERS
5. DESIGN, MONITORING AND EVALUATION
6. RESOURCES AND APPENDICES
METHODOLOGICAL ATTRIBUTES
UNIT 1
UNIT 3
UNIT 2
BACKGROUND, COMMITMENTS & RATIONALE
GENDER & HUMAN RIGHTS
GENDER RESPONSIVE SCHOOL & EDUCATION

1.1 History, Key International Strategies and National Case Studies
1.2 Impact of GRP Training on Teachers and Students
1.3 Rationale – Why Education Must Be Gender Responsive


1. What works? How does it support the creation of gender responsive schools in your context?

2. What are the gaps? What is needed to make it more applicable to your context and user-friendly?
REFLECTION QUESTIONS
Share a personal story with a partner about how you experienced gender bias, gender discrimination or gender privilege during your education
SECTION 1:
INTRODUCTION
AND FRAMEWORK
2.1 Overview
2.2 Human Rights
Activity: Human Rights Values
2.3 Fundamental Concepts of Gender and Power
Activity: Gender Boxes
2.3.1 Intersectionality and Multiple Forms of Discrimination
2.4 Self-Assessment Questions
3.1 Overview
3.2 Gender Responsive School Management
3.3 What Does It Take to Make a School Gender Responsive?
3.4 Best Practice Models of Gender Responsive Schools and Management Systems
3.5 Child Protection and Security Measures
Activity: Forum Theatre
3.6 Inclusive Schools for Students with Disabilities
Activity: Together We Are Able
3.7 Gender Responsive Budgeting
3.8 Self-Assessment Questions
UNIT 4
UNIT 6
UNIT 5
GENDER RESPONSIVE LANGUAGE USE
GENDER RESPONSIVE LESSON PLANNING
4.1 Overview
4.2 Gender Responsive Pedagogy
4.3 Learner-centred Pedagogy
Activity: Problem Tree/Solution Tree
4.3.1 Multiple Intelligences
4.3.2 Arts in Education
Activity: Art Codes

4.1.1 Appreciative Inquiry
Activity: Appreciative Inquiry
4.2 Teaching Skills for Learner-Centred Pedagogy
Activity: Practicing Learner-Centred Teaching Skills
4.3 Self-Assessment Questions
SECTION 2:
GENDER RESPONSIVE PEDAGOGY & LEARNING
5.1 Overview
5.2 Gender-bias
Activity for Teachers: Gender-Bias Self-Assessment
5.3 Gender Responsive Language
Activity: Playing with Proverbs
5.4 Providing Constructive Feedback
5.5 Self-Assessment Questions
6.1 Overview
6.2 Fundamentals of a Learner-Centered and Gender Responsive Lesson Plan
6.3 Self-Assessment Questions
GENDER RESPONSIVE & LEARNER-CENTERED PEDAGOGY
UNIT 8
UNIT 10
UNIT 9
GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE, SEXUAL HARASSMENT & TRAUMA
SECTION 3:
GENDER RESPONSIVE AND SAFE CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENTS
9.1 Overview
9.2 Classroom Interactions
Activity: Creating Group Norms Activity: BOB/WOW
Activity: Walk your Walk Name Game Activity: Where the Wind Blows
9.3 Emotional Intelligence
Activity: Building an Emotional Vocabulary
Activity: Finger Holds
Activity: When I Feel Sad Activity: Anger Ball
9.4 Conflict Management
9.5 Self-Assessment Questions
10.1 Overview
10.2 Dimensions of Gender-based Violence
10.3 Causes and Contributing Factors of GBV
10.4 Responding to Reports of Gender-Based Violence
Activity: Ally or Bystander

10.5 Gender and Education in Conflict and Emergencies
10.6 The Role of Gender Responsive Education in Conflict
Activity: Leadership Trees
10.7 Trauma-Informed Teaching Practices
10.8 Self-Assessment Questions
GENDER RESPONSIVE CLASSROOM SET-UP
8.1 Overview
8.2 Considerations for teachers and school management
8.3 Strategies for Overcrowded Classrooms
8.3.1 Strategies for dealing with limited physical space
8.3.2 Strategies for a positive learning experience in an overcrowded classroom
Activity: Introduce Your Friend
8.4 Self-Assessment Questions
UNIT 7
7.1 Overview
7.2 Assessing and Revising Teaching and Learning Materials
7.3 Developing Gender Responsive Learning Materials
7.4 Tips for Teaching with Limited Resources
7.5 Self-assesment
GENDER RESPONSIVE TEACHING & LEARNING
GENDER RESPONSIVE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
UNIT 11
GENDER RESPONSIVE SEXUAL MATURATION & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
11.1 Overview
11.2 Sexual Reproduction Health and as Human Rights
11.3 Gender and Adolescent SRHR
Activity: Healthy Relationships
11.3.1 Issues That Effect Girls
11.3.2 Issues That Effect Boys

11.4 The Role of Schools and Teachers
11.5 Access and Barriers to Sexual and Reproductive Health
Activity: Affirming the Body
Activity: Transforming Limiting Beliefs
11.6 Self-Assessment Questions
UNIT 12
SECTION 4:
GENDER RESPONSIVE SCHOOL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS AND STAKEHOLDERS
INVOLVING STAKEHOLDERS
12.1 Overview
12.2 Who is a Stakeholder in Gender-Responsive Pedagogy?
12.3 Benefits of Stakeholder Engagement
12.4 Gender-Sensitive Stakeholder Analysis and Engagement Tools
Activity: Identifying Key Stakeholders Activity: Stakeholder Empathy Mapping

Case Study: “Take Girls to School” Stakeholder Engagement
Activity: World Cafe
12.5 Engaging Boys and Men
Activity: Step Into the Circle
12.6 Self-Assessment Questions
UNIT 14
SECTION 5:
Design, Monitoring & Evaluation
DESIGN, MONITORING AND EVALUATION
14.1 Overview
14.2 Gender Responsive Design, Monitoring and Evaluation
14.3 Goals, Indicators and Targets
14.4 Roles and Assessment Tools
14.4.1 School Management
Activity: Utilizing Gender Responsive Pedagogy
14.4.2 Teachers
14.4.3 Students Activity: Most Significant Change
14.4.4 Parents and School Community
14.5 Self-Assessment Questions
UNIT 13
ADVOCACY FOR GENDER EQUALITY
13.1 Overview
13.2 Basic steps of Advocacy
13.3 Communicating your Message
13.4 Creative Tactics
Activity: Reframe the Message Activity: Colourful Signs Activity: Words on Fire Poetry Activity: Kites for Girls’ Rights
Activity: Creative Action Planning Case Study: One Billion Rising
13.5 Self-Assessment Questions
SECTION 6:
RESOURCES AND APPENDICES
Bibliography
Resource Page
AppendixA: Ally or Bystander Situation Sheet Appendix B: Power and Control Wheel Appendix C: Malala’s Story
Appendix D: Malala’s Poem Appendix E: Blank Poetry Template Appendix F: GRP Baseline Checklist
Appendix G: School Management ME Template
Appendix H: GRP Assessment Card
Appendix I: Self-Assessment Answer Key

in collaboration with GRP Partners
TOOLKIT BUILDS ON:
Gender Responsive Pedagogy: A Teacher’s Handbook developed by the Forum for African Women Educationalists in 2005
Synthesized best practices of other more recently developed and implemented gender responsive pedagogy toolkits including those from Ethiopia, Uganda, and Rwanda
FOR SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS
A reference for school management to guide the creation of gender responsive schools system
A reference for creative engagement of community stakeholders in GRP
A guide to support the monitoring and evaluation of gender responsive school systems
TEACHERS
SCHOOL MANAGEMENT
Use as a guide to design strategies and protocols, monitor activities and evaluate progress of the school in implementing gender responsive pedagogy
Use as a guide to engage community stakeholders as partners in ensuring successful implementation of GRP
Who is Creative Action Institute?
9:00 – 9:30am Arrival and Welcome
9:30 – 10:00am Overview
10:00 – 10:45am Group Introductions
10:45 – 11:15am Taking a Pulse
11:15 – 11:30am BREAK
11:30 – 12:30am Appreciative Inquiry Reflection: 4 Ds
1. Discovery – Best Practices
2. Dream - Vision
12:30 – 1:30pm LUNCH
• Artistic activities such as drawing, poetry, theatre, and other forms of art are that are used to access and analyse information, share thoughts, experiences and hopes; and engage others.

• The topics of gender equality; access to education; elimination of gender-based violence and discrimination; and access to sexual and reproductive health are tackled with a human rights approach.

• Additional resources are offered for users’ interest in learning more about any of the topics

Creative Action Institute develops the capacity of individuals, organizations and communities through experiential trainings, regional and international convenings and community-based advocacy. Our team brings together diverse expertise as educators and facilitators focused on leadership development and grassroots advocacy to advance gender equality, education, health, and conservation.
WHERE WE WORK
East Africa:
Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda
West Africa:
Cameroon and Ghana
Central America:
Belize, Guatemala, Nicaragua
WHO WE WORK WITH:
Seasoned and emerging leaders positioned to catalyze change in their schools, organizations, communities, and beyond.
Agenda Outline Day 1
1:30 – 3:00pm Toolkit presentation, discussion and feedback: Section 1: Units 1-3
3:00 – 3:15pm BREAK
3:15 – 4:45pm Toolkit presentation, discussion and feedback
Section 2: Units 4-7
4:45 – 5:00pm Closing Reflections

9:00 – 9:30am Questions on the Wall: Teacher training
9:30 – 10:00am Step into the Circle
10:00 – 11:15am Toolkit presentation, discussion and feedback
Section 3: Units 8-11
11:15 – 11:30am BREAK
11:30 – 12:30pm Toolkit presentation, discussion and feedback
Sections 4-6: Units 12-14/Resources
12:30 - 1:30pm LUNCH
1:30 – 3:00pm Appreciative Inquiry: Key elements of GRP mainstreaming
3. Design
3:00 – 3:15pm BREAK
3:15 – 4:20pm Appreciative Inquiry: Key roles and action steps
4. Delivery
4:20 – 5:00pm Closing Reflection

Agenda Outline Day 2
Participants will have a thorough understanding of CAI approach, rationale and content of revised GRP Toolkit
To elicit feedback and insight from participants to ensure the toolkit is user-friendly and reflects the sensibilities of each context
Participants will experience a variety of learner-centred activities from GRP Toolkit
Participants will identify some key challenges and recommended strategies for effective implementation, distribution and roll-out of GRP toolkit
Objectives
:
• Name and country
• Organization and role
• Biggest dream for GRP
Education and toolkit
Group Introductions
4 Ds: Strength-based Approach

1. Discover: Identify the best of what is
2. Dream: Imagine what could be
3. Design: Determine what is necessary
4. Destiny: Decide what will be
Appreciative Inquiry
(Unit 4, p. 40):
Discuss and capture key insights at your table groups:

1.
Discover
: Identify the best GRP practices in your country. What is working that we should build on?

2.
Dream
: Vision the ideal future for GRP in your country. What is ideal? What is needed?

Appreciative Inquiry

3. Design: What is necessary for successful GRP mainstreaming in the following areas:
• Planning
• Financing
• Policies
• Advocacy/buy-in
• Stakeholder engagement

Appreciative Inquiry
4. Deliver:
Identify the roles and actions steps for a successful roll-out for each group:
• FAWE
• UNICEF
• UNESCO
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