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Published on February 14, 2014

Author: humerashaikh


PowerPoint Presentation: Tilak College Of Education Presentation on Social Health by Humera Shaikh Statement of Aim: Statement of Aim To study the impact of Teacher’s Role in promoting “GENDER EQUALITY” thereby imparting Social Health. Objectives: Objectives To know the Learners To put efforts for creating Social Atmosphere To provide Equal Opportunities To implement Co-operative Education Activities To encourage appropriate Social Interactions To emphasize on Parents Role To enhance students Life Skills to promote Social Health Keywords: Keywords Gender Gender Equality Social Health PowerPoint Presentation: The hardest profession to take in life is being a girl . Discrimination and discrepancy are two most important factors that hamper journey of every female from the earliest stage of life. Starting from her presence into her mother’s womb to infancy, childhood and finally to adulthood, she is outnumbered by the male dominating society of the country. PowerPoint Presentation: It is believed that every year 12 million girls are born in the country but unfortunately only 1/3 of those survive. Some are killed in the womb, some at the time of birth, some due to ill health and some due to poor nutritional status. PowerPoint Presentation: Becoming a mother is the greatest gift of God. Treasure this gift regardless of the fact whether you have a baby boy or baby girl. Girls must enjoy the right to freedom, right to Education and right to birth. They must be given opportunities to explore themselves and prove their capabilities. Hence, they must be educated spiritually, emotionally and intellectually. PowerPoint Presentation: We Indians call our nation mother India and are great devotees of Mother Goddess in various manifestations. But we all are openly playing a double standard game with our country as well as our Goddess. One end we say that we worship Maa Saraswati, Maa Durga, Maa Lakshmi and at the other end we are continuously destroying the precious gift of nature, a girl child. PowerPoint Presentation: For centuries together women have played their roles of being the provider and sustainers of families. It is proven in India and other countries wherever women have been given freedom they have changed the world for a better place to live in . PowerPoint Presentation: Is this the future……? Teacher’s Role: Teacher’s Role Be aware of gender biases and avoid reinforcing them in school and classroom practices. Trust boys and girls to possess equal potential to learn and achieve. Consequently, equally motivate and encourage boys and girls to perform, while also equally support them to cope with learning problems and difficulties. Ask boys and girls to play and work together in the context of interchangeable roles. Support both boys and girls in identifying their strengths and weaknesses, talents and interests while making them aware of, and exposing them to a wide range of equal opportunities for them to develop competencies for studies, life and work. PowerPoint Presentation: Learn from schools and colleagues that are successful in promoting gender equality. Engage in sharing and dissemination processes, including via the Internet. Establish and sustain communities of practice that promote gender equality at school and community level via teacher and school networks. Quality learning materials, including textbooks, can promote gender equality only if they are translated into meaningful school- and classroom practice by competent and committed headmasters and teachers. It is thus logical and imperative to link the revision of textbooks (and other learning resources) with meaningful professional development programmes for teachers both in pre- and in-service settings. Conclusion: Conclusion “A Society is Healthy when there is equal opportunity for all men and women ;and access by all to the goods and services essential to full functioning as a citizen”. Indicators of the health of a society might include the existence of the rule of law, equality in the distribution of wealth, public accessibility of the decision-making process, and the level of social capital. References: References _ gender _ equality _ objectives Thank You!!!: Thank You!!!

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