Tools on Supporting the figHt for Issues of gendeR Traditionality and disparities

International project on gender equality implemented by seven partners from five european countries: Portugal, Greece, Cyprus, United Kingdom and Romania.

AVAILABLE SOON:

T-SHIRT Courses for Teachers

T-SHIRT Guide and Methodology Package

T-SHIRT Digital Resources and Tools

National Workshops & Final Conference

demo-attachment-1630-blue_background
demo-attachment-22-general_1_

RESULTS

Gender Equality | Digital Competence | Schools Quality Improvement

T-SHIRT aims to reinforce teachers with training for practical gender sensitivity knowledge, skills and strategies for structured ways of changing and developing students perceptions and behaviors towards gender discriminations. In the long term, we will build a common pedagogic approach towards gender awareness and equality in school education in a regional, national and European level.

Methodologies Guide and Package

Guidelines for teachers on how to create a context of teaching and engagement of the students; directions and principles on how to develop the appropriate and facilitating environment; contexts and alternatives of facilitating gender equality education.

Teacher Training
Digital Resources and Tools

Digital Games & Videos Collection
Interactive & Multifunctional Platform
Open Educational & Training e-Resource

demo-attachment-1653-blue-bg-2
demo-attachment-62-general

ABOUT T-SHIRT

demo-attachment-49-Path-2882

Dates and Duration

Start date: 01.11.2020
End date: 31.10.2022
Duration: 24 months

demo-attachment-48-Path-2881

Project Coordinator

Casa do Professor (PORTUGAL)
projects.eu@casadoprofessor.pt

demo-attachment-46-Path-2840

Partners

Xenios Polis (Greece)
Center for Social Innovation (Cyprus) 
Panepistimio Thessalias (Greece)
Inova Consultancy (United Kingdom)
Universitatea Din Bucuresti (Romania)
Center for Education and Innovation (Greece)

NEWS

WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT US

xenios polis
csi
innoved
inova-consultancy
universidade de Bucareste
universidade thessaly