Gender stereotypes & objectification of girls – Activity 4

Activity 1: Reader   Activity 2: User   Activity 3: Critic   Activity 4: Evaluator

ACTIVITY 4: Evaluator “What can we do?”

Duration: 25 minutes.

Tools for face to face activity: Post its/Papers/Paper with a dartboard drawn/Pens,

Tools for online activity: N/A

Brief description of the activity:

In this last activity the teacher/educator is going to evaluate the learning of the workshop as well as the possible solutions in their daily life for the problems that the participants have learnt. It’s going to be on one of the walls a paper with a dartboard drawn on it. The participants are going to have little papers (post-its) of 3 different colors. Each color represent an aspect of the workshop:

Yellow: Learning on gender stereotypes and girls objectification

Green: Development of the activities and types of activities

Pink: How can we improve the situation of these problems.

They have to write what they have learnt and how have they found the activities, and some proposals of improvements, on the yellow and green one, and also put the writing papers on the dartboard. If they put them close to the centre it means that they give a high score to the workshop and as they’re putting them more far away from the centre, it means less score. In this way they could make comments on the two topics at the time that they score each of the topics and comments.

In the pink post-its, they’re going to write at least 3 things that they can do in their daily life to improve the situation on gender stereotype and girls objectification. After that they’ll put all the post-its together, and the teacher/educator is going to keep it as a commitment for further workshops.