Teaching the Improved Gender Equality and Responsiveness (TIGER)
- Overall objective: To ensure primary and lower secondary school children are protected from school-related gender-based violence, enabling their equitable participation in all spheres of life at school and at home.
- Specific objective: To transform the Teacher Education College and 40 schools in Battambang Province into centres of excellence for gender-responsiveness.
- Violence against girls and women in Cambodia remains an issue
- Traditional gender norms remains a constraint for women and girls to participate in social development/education
- School-related gender-based violence (SRGBV) is a serious obstacle to achieving gender equality
- Education is critical in empowering and transforming the lives of young people, especially girls.
- School, home and the community play important roles to end all forms of violence against women and children.
A. Gender responsive School Leadership
- Establishing school gender policy
- Change management
- Gender Analysis (= school assessment)
- Gender budgeting, planning and reporting
- Staff development (teacher’s knowledge, attitudes and reflections)
- School facilities and organisation that cater male and females needs (ex. separate toilets/dormitories for boys/girls, gender focal person, counseling service etc.)
B. Gender responsive pedagogy
- Developing gender responsive lesson plans
- Developing gender responsive teaching and learning materials
- Using gender responsive language and instructions in the classroom
- Having a gender responsive classroom set-up
- Positive discipline in teaching and learning
- Teacher Educators + Management in TECs
- 480 Model teachers + Principals in practice schools
- Community people
- 5 CSOs
7Higher Education Institutions