Seminar ‘Gender socialization and school context: keys to improvement’
With the aim of furthering research into best practices that guarantee positive gender socialisation in diverse educational contexts, a seminar was held under the title: ‘Gender socialization and school context: keys to improvement’. The event was targeted at undergraduate and Master’s students as well as educational professionals (Berritzegune innovation centres, parents’ groups, non-university teachers) and sought to provide an opportunity for sharing news about the latest educational intervention and research experiences in the field of gender and education.
Introduction to the Seminar. Margaret Bullen (Vice-dean of the Faculty of Education, Philosophy and Anthropology at the University of the Basque Country) and Isabel Bartau Rojas (Gandere).
Gendered schools. Trinidad Donoso Vázquez (University of Barcelona)
Gender equality in compulsory primary and secondary education in the Basque Country. Araceli Angulo Vargas (Basque Assessment and Research Institute, ISEI-IVEI).
‘Elkarrekin’ project: Working with students on equality (in Basque). Xabier Iturbe Gabikagojeaskoa (Lekeitio HLHI).
From mixed education to coeducation (in Basque). Iñigo Navascues Arana and Txaro Etxeberria Zubeldia (Herrikide Eskola, Tolosa).
Symposium: Gender socialisation and educational contexts. Isabel Bartau Rojas, Ana Aierbe Barandiaran, Ander Azkarate Morales, Verónica Azpillaga Larrea, Justo Bereziartua Zendoia, Nahia Intxausti Intxausti, Aitor Martxueta Pérez, Eider Oregui González (Gandere, University of the Basque Country).
Dirty dating and the risk of violence during teenage dating: what can schools do?. Carmen Viejo Almanzor (University of Cordoba).
Coeducation at the Erniobea Secondary School and College of Further Education (in Basque). Beatriz Rubio Perales and Eneko Aranguren Larrañaga (Erniobea BHI, Villabona).
Closing Ceremony (in Basque). Iñaki Marko (Dean of the Faculty of Education, Philosophy and Anthropology at the University of the Basque Country).
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