Get Real! Developing Curricula that Respond to Women's Lives (1994)

Women's Education des femmes, Spring 1994 - Vol. 11, No. 1

A research project was undertaken by the author, with the assistance of a group of women, adult students from a Personal Life Management course the author was facilitating. The purpose of the research project, with the help of the group of women, was to develop a list of strategies, or anything that would be helpful to teachers who are aware of violence in the lives of children they teach, but unsure as to what, if anything, they could offer.

The group of women made suggestions on what teachers could do. In this article, three of these suggestions are discussed: teacher training, continuing of contact with personnel, and women's studies courses in secondary school.

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