MÓDULO 3

Module 3: Introduction. Gendered education and social engagement

 

Description

 In this module you will learn about gender, gender concepts, gender stereotypes, women's rights and women's social activism

 

Learning Outcomes: 

  • Knowledge

The participants in the blended course will get an insight in engendered older adult education;

They will get familiar with the main concepts related to gender issues;

They will learn about gender stereotypes about men and women and how they are approached in education.

  • Skills

The participants will improve their communication abilities;

They will be able to recognize gender stereotypes and oppose them.

  • Competences

The participants will use their knowledge and skills in their everyday life;

They will use their disciplinary knowledge;

They will combine the acquired disciplinary knowledge with experiential knowledge regarding the gender issues.

 

Duration

2.5 hours (45 min online + 60 min f2f + 45 min online)

About gender and engendered education

Duration: 45 minutes

 

Learning Objectives:

Getting aware of the problem of gender equality – identifying the issues to be dealt with in older adult education;

Overcoming the deprivation of older women of their true otherness.

 

Methodology:

Online (Zoom) session

 

Content (Type of activities list & small description):

 

Ice-breaking activity (Session 1 Activity 1)

 

Discussion on the topic (content of this module, TAG Handbook: module 6 (cf. literature), Annex I and II)

 

Autonomous learning (TAG Handbook: module 6 (cf. literature), Annex I and II)

 

Self-assessment (Session 1 Activity 2)

The construction of gender

 

Duration:

60 minutes

 

Learning Objectives:

In this session, the learners identify gender specific stereotypes and gender specific ageism and ways to mitigate them.

 

Methodology:

Face-to-face session

 

Content (Type of activities list & small description):

Ice-breaking activity on gender identity (Session 2 Activity 1)

 

Introspection and reporting to the group (Session 2 Activity 2)

 

Studying the past - stories of belittled women (Session 2 Activity 3)

 

Autonomous learning (content of this module, TAG Handbook: Module 6, Annex I and II, study cases published on the TAG Facebook page)

Older women’s rights

Duration:

45 minutes

 

Learning Objectives:

In this session, the participants will learn strategies of how to make older female learners aware of their position in society and their rights in the past and present.

 

Methodology:

Online session (Zoom) 

 

Content (Type of activities list & small description):

Pair work and reporting to the group (Session 3 Activity 1)

Autonomous learning (Session 3 Activity 2)

Screening film trailers and group discussion (Session 3 Activity 3)

Group/autonomous activity (Session 3 Activity 4)

Studying stories of belittled women (TAG Handbook Annex I)