- Age groups
- Up to 9 years
- Citizens' rights
- Type of material
- Teaching kit
This toolkit has been developed for primary school teachers and primary school young learners (6-7 years old). It aims to support teachers to organise discussions in the classroom to effectively address gender stereotypes, based on the example of the transport sector. Other than primary school teachers, this toolkit also allows preschool teachers, school leaders and school counsellors to challenge gender stereotypes in schools, where an environment free of stereotypes may lay a firm foundation for children to grow up freely and develop their unique interests and talents.
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