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E SDG goals icons individual rgb 05Additional Videos:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XccYydgch1A

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j85fGU3PeeY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MsbAETRE7b4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWvJ3Dd2Y9M

https://www.cnn.com/videos/world/2014/09/22/sot-emma-watson-un-heforshe-feminist-speech.united-nations/video/playlists/emma-watson-equality/

Download:  Gender Equality: Why it matters.pdf

Articles and lesson plans from Educators 4 Social Change: https://educators4sc.org/topic-resources/teaching-about-gender/

Introduction
Even though it’s the 21st century, gender equality is still a prominent issue in the United States and around the world. For this issue to improve, both men and women need to be on the same page. The youth is the hope for our future. Teaching students about gender equality and its impacts at a young age will make all the difference in creating equal opportunities for everyone despite their gender. 

Resources
Gender equality is not a new issue, and in order to make it a thing of the past, we all need to be educated on it and understand why it is so wrong. Teaching students about the matter is the first step, and there are many resources available online to aid you in this process!
Source: [ https://educators4sc.org/topic-resources/teaching-about-gender ]

Download and read: Classroom Activities on gender stereotypes and equality.pdf or Read online:Classroom Activities on gender stereotypes and qualityhere.

yellow gender equalityHow do we create a world free from gender-based discrimination? Start by raising children who respect one another as individuals and question the traditional roles they’re assigned as boys or girls. Educators are uniquely positioned to show students they have a choice when it comes to forming their own identity, and to highlight the many illusions and traps society has laid before them that prevent equal opportunity in their personal and professional lives. It’s time to give gender equality the place it deserves in our curricula, from the fine arts to the hard sciences and from kindergarten to secondary school and beyond.

There’s no question that gender equality improves the well-being of individuals, communities, cultures, and nations worldwide. According to the 2017 World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report, economies around the world need gender parity to thrive:

“Across all countries, making full use of women’s capabilities paves the way to optimizing a nation’s human capital potential… Top performers in the Global Human Capital Index have succeeded in maximizing the development and deployment of their nation’s talent by also narrowing their gender gaps.” Learn more at: https://www.opencolleges.edu.au/informed/features/gender-equality/

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