Refers ‘to teaching and learning processes which pay attention to the specific learning needs of girls and boys.’ (UNESCO Bangkok, 2017a: 4). In practical terms, this means that ‘the learning materials, methodologies, content, learning activities, language use, classroom interaction, assessment and classroom set up are scrutinized to respond to specific needs of boys and girls in teaching-learning process.’ (UNESCO Bangkok, 2017b: 6).
UNESCO Bangkok. 2017a. Integration of Gender-Responsive Pedagogy in pre- and in-service teacher training courses in Ethiopia. Bangkok: UNESCO Bangkok. Retrieved from: https://bangkok.unesco.org/sites/default/files/assets/article/Teachers%20Education/GenderAssessment-May2017/Ethiopia_Demissew.pdf
UNESCO Bangkok. 2017b. Preparation of a comprehensive Gender-Responsive Pedagogy (GRP) Toolkit. Bangkok: UNESCO Bangkok. Retrieved from: https://bangkok.unesco.org/sites/default/files/assets/article/Teachers%20Education/GenderAssessment-May2017/Solomon-UNESCO_IICBA.pdf