Published on March 14, 2014
Learn a thon: gender equality A metaphor for a change team 20 • J. DELGADO • F. JOURDE • K. RICHARD • C. TIEN-HIS
How to understand gender equality & create awareness ?
activity 1 Can we define it ?
What gender equality means ? • In groups, find a visual metaphor on Bing and using a mindmap using NovaMind. • Explain it using Powerpoint.
activity 2 Can we measure it ?
What is a good gender equality indicator ? • In groups, find a good indicator on gapminder.org and data.worldbank.org. • Analyse the trends and compare.
activity 3 Can we explain it ?
Why is it so ? • In groups, find the reasons explaining this situation, identify the measures taken — or not. • Present the findings on OneNote and comment on other group’s findings.
activity 4 Can we talk about it ?
Can we talk about this ? • In groups, students discuss the findings using Lync.
activity 5 Can we reflect upon it ?
Can we reflect upon it? • In groups, students review their visual metaphors according to their new understandings, using Powerpoint.
activity 6 Can we act to change it ?
Can we act to change it ? • Each group uses social media to collect stories about inspiring women using Twitter. • Each group publishes the emotional-rational flyer & earn badges, using Smore. • Global community work are shared on an app created with Project Siena.
#WomenWhoInspire #GE14 @GEProject21
Collaboration In groups, students design the campaign and promote Gender Equality. Each student has a role and shared responsibility. Each class has a counterpart in another country. Knowledge Construction Students research, analyze and create content using Bing, Power Point, Movie Maker, Photosynth and Project Siena Extending Knowledge Beyond the Classroom Students research in their community for women that inspire them They interview, take a picture and share the content on Pinterest They communicate with other schools by Lync and share their findings Technology for Learning They analyse data from Gapminder and Data World Bank (compare and contrast) and share content in a OneNote document that can be shared between countries. Self Regulation Students used the calendar in Outlook to adjust the plan. Learning Activity 9th – 12th grade students 14-18 years old Objectives Define Gender Equality Develop a campaign for awareness toward Gender Equality Used social media to promote Gender Equality among the world Learn to create and apps with Project Siena to display their final product Work in collaboration and developed 21st century skills
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