Gender-sensitive teaching promotes the intentional development of inclusive practices to support and nurture gender equality and diversity in the classroom. It is an approach to teaching that investigates the connection between processes of learning and institutionalized power differences and is based on gender-affirmative practices, not least those enshrined in the central tenets of feminist pedagogy. This March 8th workshop, a collaboration between the CEU’s Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and the SUPERA project, looks at four different themes related to gender sensitivity in the classroom: gendered power dynamics in the classroom, solidarity models in course design, proactive engagement with microaggressions and stereotype threat, and best practices of gender-inclusive and feminist pedagogies. The workshop will have an interactive format and participants are encouraged to share and reflect on their own experiences as teachers and learners navigating these themes.
Ana Belén Amil, MA. Gender Equality Officer, SUPERA
Tamara Kamatovic, PhD. Postdoctoral Researcher, Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)
Register here (CEU login required)
Participants can attend on the Vienna campus or online. The room location and Zoom link will be shared before the event.