1 World Teachers Day 2011 Teachers for gender equality Wednesday, 5 October Room II, UNESCO, 7, Place de Fontenoy, Paris Programme
2 Morning session a.m. Welcome Foyer in front of room II a.m. Opening Room II with Edem Adubra, Chief, Section for Teacher Policy and Development, UNESCO French Federation of UNESCO Clubs French Associate School of UNESCO Networks Institute LaSalle Mounier a.m. «Gender at school an essential question of education» Moderator: Lucio Sia, Section for Teacher and Policy Development, UNESCO Introduction: Jean-Louis Auduc, former Director of the University Teacher Training Institute of Créteil Testimonies from teachers, education professionals, teacher trainers and students p.m. Concluding remarks Summary of morning s debate and questions to be raised in the afternoon session by Jean-Louis Auduc Stands and side events in the Foyer in front of rooms I and II all day UNESCO Global Microscience Experiments and International Year of Chemistry Global Water Experiments (experiments will be conducted at 9:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m.) Intel Teach/Learn programme stand UNESCO Hamdan Prize for outstanding practice and performance in enhancing the effectiveness of teachers stand Publications stands: with Information and Communication Technology Competency Framework for Teachers (ICT CFT), teacher policy and development, Social and Human Sciences (SHS), Science (SC) Coffee and tea facilities in foyer throughout the day
3 Detailed programme of the discussion on «Gender at school an essential question of education» a.m. Introduction by Jean-Louis Auduc, History Professor, former Director of the University Teacher Training Institute of Créteil a.m. "How to construct the notion of respect and thus equality of the sexes" presentation of the educational journey of the kindergarten of Caderousse Bruno-Yves Martin, School Principal of Jean Moulin of Caderousse (Vaucluse), member of the Central Office for Cooperation and Development at school a.m. "Educational tools from ethnology and anthropology to address the relationship between girls and boys" Karen Jeuland, Ethnologist and Cultural Mediator, head of Apprentis Ethnologues, educational programme on the perception of the other and awareness of the world a.m. "Boys in the health and social fields", the experience of the Notre Dame Le Ménimur of Vannes high school" Delphine Loiseleur, Social School Life, Notre-Dame-le-Ménimur high school, Vannes Véronique Gobin, Deputy Director, Notre-Dame-le-Ménimur high school, Vannes a.m. Educational programmes to fight against sexism and stereotypes around gender Madame Armelle Benjaouahdou, History and Geography Teacher, Club UNESCO Jean-Baptiste Corot high school, Douai Madame Anne-Lise David, History and Geography Teacher, Club UNESCO Le Castel high school, Dijon Monsieur Abdou Diome, Biology Teacher, Rufisque High School and coordinator of Khombole Club UNESCO, Senegal a.m. Building policies to help girl/boy stereotypes evolve Madame Catherine Manciaux, Headmaster of the Alfred Nobel high school, Clichy-sous-Bois p.m. "What education stance for the question of gender?" Experiences from masters students of the Institute LaSalle Mounier Introduction and conclusion by Noémie Pate and Guillaume Piton Take into account the social and cultural problems of girls in colleges in Parisian suburbs, by Sara Urlacher Support the requalification of women in society: experience from the Palace for Women in Paris, by Marie Cougoureux Impact of gender: two educational experiences in Senegal, by Marion Thomas and Charles de Mercoyrol de Beaulieu p.m. "Correlation between feminization of teaching and teaching practices in elementary school" Bruno-Yves Martin, School Principal of Jean Moulin of Caderousse (Vaucluse), member of the Central Office for Cooperation and Development at school p.m. Summary of the morning debate, by Jean-Louis Auduc, History Professor, Deputy Director of the Teacher Training Institute of Créteil p.m. Questions and answers
4 Speakers biographies for the morning session Jean-Louis AUDUC Jean-Louis AUDUC was the Director of the University Teacher Training Institute of Créteil from 1993 to He has led several studies on educational systems and the relationship between parents and teachers. He has published textbooks on civic education for students in college. In recent years, he developed research on the teaching profession, challenges for teachers, and the causes of school failure and early male identity crisis of young adolescents. Armelle BENJAOUAHDOU Armelle BENJAOUAHDOU has been a professor of history and geography at JB Corot high school, Douai since Elected to the executive council of the French Federation of UNESCO Clubs, she manages several UNESCO clubs in high schools. She is responsible for the implementation of exchange programmes (Collège Jean Moulin, France and AH Guillabert College of Saint-Louis, Senegal) and partnerships between the UNESCO Club "mdg'15" Corot high school, Douai and the School of Abdoulaye Wade of Dagana in Senegal. She is also a project facilitator for exchange and discussion between the UNESCO Club of Douai and the UNESCO Club El Mourouj in Tunisia on the themes of revolution and of citizenship. Anne-Lise DAVID While a professor of history and geography at the Castel of Dijon high school, Anne- Lise DAVID managed French Federation of UNESCO Clubs from She is President of the Regional Council of UNESCO Clubs of Burgundy and Franche-Comte and manages a 30 year old partnership with primary schools in Diawara, Senegal. She is a member of an association fighting against discrimination and the extramunicipal commission fighting against discrimination of Dijon, and of the Solidarity Week International, Education Network Without Borders. She is also Secretary of the Section Dijon League against racism and anti-semitism. Abdou DIOME Professor of Biology at the Moderne de Rufisque high school in Senegal. Adbou DIOM has been a teacher since Very active in associations, he was a member of several UNESCO Clubs in Senegal. He currently serves on the UNESCO Club "Help young people" of Kounoune near Dakar and is a local Council member and Chairman of the Commission on Decentralized Cooperation of Khombole since Véronique GOBIN Having been an English teacher, Véronique GOBIN took the role of project manager at the International Notre-Dame-le-Ménimur high school in Vannes in Since 2009 She has been the Deputy Director of Notre-Dame-le-Ménimur high school.
5 Institut LaSalle Mounier Mounier Institute is a school of education training located in le7ème district of Paris. The school is a member of the Associated Schools of UNESCO. It trains students for careers in education and teaching as part of two masters: the Master in Education and Training and the Educational Masters international Action, intercultural and social mediation. Sara Urlacher- Mallet Karen JEULAND Guillaume Piton Marie Cougoureux Charles de Mercoyrol de Beaulieu Noémie Pate Marion Thomas After training in anthropology and sociology, Karen Jeuland has been responsible for cultural mediation and education at the House of Cultures in Vitre (Brittany) since Her responsibilities include: organizing conferences and seminars, staging educational interventions and more. Karen Jeuland set up apprenticeship courses in ethnology for primary and secondary students. She has also conducted training for teachers on pedagogical tools in anthropology and ethnography. Delphine LOISELEUR Delphine Loiseleur, Social School Life, Notre-Dame-le-Ménimur high school, Vannes since She previously served as advisor in social economy and family in a rural association in charge of aiding women through social difficulties. Bruno-Yves MARTIN With degrees in biochemistry, psychology, education and business organization, Bruno-Yves MARTIN has been Professor of Education for thirty years and director of the elementary school Jean Moulin of Caderousse, in Provence for fifteen years. Alongside his teaching profession, he has been a very active member of the OCCE (Central Office for Cooperation and Development in school) since 1992 and editor of the editorial board of the educational journal of Movement & Animation Education. The special issue for March-April 2011 is devoted to the theme "Girls vs. Boys, growing together." Catherine MANCIAUX While serving as professor of history, geography and social studies for 12 years in high school, Catherine Manciaux also served as a teacher trainer for the Academy of Paris. She has been for the last 11 years a member of the management team of the Academy of Créteil, Seine-Saint-Denis. She conducts field work on gender issues as a teacher, trainer and manager with students and school staff.
6 Official ceremony afternoon session Chair: Mr. Qian Tang, Assistant Director-General for Education, UNESCO 2.00 p.m. Welcome Foyer in front of room II 2.30 p.m p.m. Opening Message by Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO Acknowledging partners ILO, UNDP, UNICEF, EI and Commonwealth Secretariat 2.40 p.m p.m.: Launch of Women and the Teaching Profession: Exploring the Feminisation Debate in Selected Commonwealth Countries Sylvia Anie, Director of the Social Transformation Programmes Division, Commonwealth Secretariat Qian Tang, Assistant Director General for Education, UNESCO Fatimah Kelleher who prepared the study 3.00 p.m p.m. Teachers and gender in education: outcomes of recent fora and projections Moderator: Edem Adubra, Chief, Section for Teacher Policy and Development, UNESCO. - Presentation of the main outcomes of the online forum, David Atchoarena, Director of Division for Planning and Development of Education Systems, UNESCO - Presentation on teacher projection and gender, Lucio Sia, Programme Specialist, Section for Teacher Policy and Development, UNESCO (on behalf of UNESCO Institute of Statistics) - Presentation of the outcome of the UNESCO s International Institute of Educational Planning forum on Gender Equality in Education, Lyndsay Bird and Mioko Saito, Programme Specialists p.m. Gender issues in the teaching force open forum Moderator: Edem Adubra, Chief, Section for Teacher Policy and Development, UNESCO and David Edwards, Deputy General Secretary of Education International Panel discussion with the audience on the issues raised by the online forum Question-and-answer session with panel members and the audience 6.00 p.m. Concluding remarks David Atchoarena, Director, Division for Planning and Development of Education Systems, UNESCO
7 Speakers biographies for the afternoon session: Gender issues in the teaching force Maggie ADERIN- POCOCK Maggie Aderin-Pocock has worked as a space scientist for the last 10 years. She has managed large projects making instruments that monitor the variables of climate change. Maggie has a fellowship at UCL, enabling her to do more of the science communication work that she loves. She also pursues this passion through her own small company, Science Innovation Ltd. Through this, Maggie conducts Tours of the Universe, a program she set up to engage school children and adults in the wonders of space. To date Maggie has presented to over 75,000 people around the world. As well as public speaking Maggie also works as a TV presenter. Jucara Maria DUTRA VIEIRA Juçara Dutra Vieira entered the public education sector in 1970, as a teacher in Portuguese language, Brazilian literature and related disciplines. Currently the President of the "Confederação Nacional dos Trabalhadores em Educação" (CNTE) [National Confederation of Education Workers], Juçara also presides over the "Centro dos Professores do Estado do Rio Grande do Sul" (CPERS-Sindicato) [Centre for Teachers of the state of Rio Grande do Sul]. Elisabeth OUEDRAOGO Aminata Elisabeth Ouédraogo is a teacher of education and inspector of secondary science instruction. Until recently, she was the coordinator for the Centre International pour L éducation des Filles et des Femmes en Afrique (CIEFFA) [International Centre for the Education of Girls and Women in Africa] from 2001 to Dino VARKEY A graduate of economics, Dino VARKEY is the senior director of business operations for GEMS Education. He sets the course for this organization s efforts to provide quality K-12 education. As such, he is uniquely situated to view education on a global scale and assess the long term benefits or global organization and action. Martina ROTH Martina Roth is the Director of Intel s Global Education Strategy, Research and Policy. She holds degrees in Pedagogy and in Philology and received a qualification in Media-Didactic as well as a certificate in Market Strategy. Before joining Intel in 1997 as Program Manager for Kids and Creativity, she was Director of the Management Training Center at Carl Zeiss Jena GmbH in Germany. Bill RATTEREE Bill Ratteree has been the principal education sector specialist for the International Labour Organization (ILO) since His work involves bringing governments, employers and workers together to promote equitable and fair conditions for all. He is also the principal organizer of ILO tripartite programs on Teachers for the Future, and on HIV/AIDS policies in education. He has authored or edited major ILO reports on teachers and teaching for international sectoral meetings organized by the ILO since 1981.
8 Pauline GREAVES Dr. Pauline Greaves is the Head of Education Section for the Commonwealth Secretariat. She leads programs to advocate, broker, and spark better education in 56 countries; work that finds her mindful of gender equity and minority rights. Etienne JALENQUES Etienne Jalenques is a Doctor of Psychiatry. He has decades of experience working in both hospitals and private practice. He has consistently focused his research on the emotional approach of psychotherapy and human relations. He is the creator of the Emotional Dynamics Therapeutic Method which has been in practice at Sainte-Anne Hospital in Paris in the 70s. Ameenah GURIB-FAKIM Emily BROWN Ameenah Gurib-Fakim is currently the Managing Director of the Centre for Phytotherapy Research (CEPHYR) and Professor of Organic Chemistry with an endowed chair at the University of Mauritius. Her main line of research has been on the pharmacological properties of the endemic medicinal plants of Mauritius. She has published several books on the Medicinal Plants of Mauritius and the Indian Ocean Islands. She has participated among others in several consultation meetings on environmental issues organized by the World Bank and most recently as the lead coordinating author on the international Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science and Technology for Development (IAASTD). Emily Brown is currently serving as Head of Department Media Technology at the Polytechnic of Namibia. She teaches subjects such as Communication and the Law; Media Advertising Strategies and is also involved in curriculum development activities, especially those which ensure that gender is mainstreamed into course work. She has extensive expertise in gender issues in the media and journalism teaching profession.
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