Gender-Responsive Digital Pedagogies

A Guide for Educators

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The Gender-Responsive Digital Pedagogies: Guide for Educators is a resource for teachers reaching girls and boys through digital technologies to advance learning outside the traditional, in-person classroom setting. Digital technologies include mobile phones, tablets, and computers. Some sections in this guide focus exclusively on online interactions that require an Internet connection. Still, the guide is also relevant to teachers working with offline digital technology or other remote learning modalities (particularly television or radio).

This guide is a self-paced resource. It functions like a workbook. It introduces key concepts, weaves in moments of reflection, and incorporates practical exercises that enable teachers to apply gender-responsive digital pedagogy strategies and techniques.

The guide is complemented by a policy brief that can be accessed here:

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