SAFER Introduction & User Manual
Module 1: Gender Sensitive Pedagogies (GSP) and Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE)
- GSP & CSE Theoretical Background – Key Concepts
- GSP & CSE Theoretical Background – Why is GSP necessary?
- GSP & CSE Theoretical Background – Potential Benefits of GSP
- GSP & CSE Theoretical Background – What does Gender-Sensitive Teaching Look Like?
- GSP & CSE Theoretical Background – Comprehensive Sexuality Education
- GSP & CSE Theoretical Background – The Provision of CSE
- GSP & CSE Theoretical Background – References and Acknowledgements
- GSP & CSE Reflective Quiz
- GSP & CSE Lesson Plans for Teachers/Educators
- GSP & CSE Lesson Plans (8-10 years old)
- GSP & CSE Lesson Plans (11-12 years old)
Module 2: Life Skills
- Life Skills Theoretical Background – Introducing Life Skills
- Life Skills Theoretical Background – Life Skills Education
- Life Skills Theoretical Background – Building Self-Regulatory Skills
- Life Skills Theoretical Background – Building Self-Regulatory Skills (ii)
- Life Skills Theoretical Background – Growing Self-Awareness
- Life Skills Theoretical Background – Growing Self-Awareness (ii)
- Life Skills Theoretical Background – Developing Social Skills (i)
- Life Skills Theoretical Background – Developing Social Skills (ii)
- Life Skills Theoretical Background – Forming Healthy Relationships
- Life Skills Theoretical Background – Forming Healthy Relationships (ii)
- Life Skills Theoretical Background – References
- Life Skills Reflective Quiz
- Life Skills Lesson Plans (8-10 years old)
- Life Skills Lesson Plans (11-12 years old)
Module 3: Character Education
- Character Education Theoretical Background – Introduction
- Character Education Theoretical Background – Promoting and Enhancing Values as a Measure to Eliminate Gender Based Violence
- Character Education Theoretical Background – Defining Character Education
- Character Education Theoretical Background – The Importance of Character Education
- Character Education Theoretical Background – Implementing Character Education in Schools
- Character Education Theoretical Background – Teaching Values
- Character Education Theoretical Background – References
- Character Education Reflective Quiz
- Character Education Lesson Plans (8-10 years old)
- Character Education Lesson Plans (11-12 years old)
Module 4: Resilience
- Resilience Theoretical Background – Overview
- Resilience Theoretical Background – Defining Resilience
- Resilience Theoretical Background – Resilience and Young People’s Well-being
- Resilience Theoretical Background – Resilience in the School Environment
- Resilience Theoretical Background – Strengthening Resilience to Reduce Gender-Based Violence
- Resilience Theoretical Background – Conclusion
- Resilience Theoretical Background – References
- Resilience Reflective Quiz
- Resilience Lesson Plans (8-10 years old)
- Resilience Lesson Plans (11-12 years old)
Life Skills Theoretical Background – References
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