Gender School and Society Syllabus

Gender School and Society Syllabus

GENDER, SCHOOL AND SOCIETY B.Ed Syllabus 

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OBJECTIVES AND IMPORTANCE OF STUDYING GENDER SCHOOL AN SOCIETY SUBJECT IN B.ED

After completion of the course, student teachers will be able to:
·        develop basic understanding and  familiarity  with  key  concepts-gender,  gender  bias, gender stereotype, gender parity, equity and equality and patriarchy
·        understand some important landmarks in connection with gender  and  education  in the historical and contemporary period
·        learn about gender issues in school, and its intersection with class, caste, religion, and region
·        become aware of the processes of socialization at home and school that act as shaping factors in personality formation of the school-going child ( in Indian contexts)
·        reflect on one’s aspirations and possibilities in  order  to  develop  a  growing  sense  of agency as a ‘teacher’, a ‘professional’, as well as a ‘human being’

COURSE CONTENT (SYLLABUS)

UNIT 1
Gender Issues
·        Gender and patriarchy, Gender bias, gender stereotyping, Equity and equality in relation with caste, class, religion ethnicity, disability, and region.
·        Historical backdrop: some landmarks from social reform movements
·        Theories on gender and education: Application In Indian context
o   Socialization theory
o   Gender difference
o   Structural theory
o   Deconstructive theory
·        Gender Identities and Socialization Practices in family, schools and other formal and  informal organization
·        Teacher as an agent of change

UNIT 2

Understanding the nature and processes of socialization
·        At home: family as a social institution, parenting styles, and their impact, transmission of parental expectations and values
·        Socialization and the community: neighborhood,  extended  family  religious  group  and  their socialization functions, mutual dependence of man and society
·        At school: impact of entry to  school,  relation  between  school  and  society, value formation in the context of schooling {role of schooling in developing national, secular and humanistic values}
·        Understanding interface between home, community, and school.

Tasks & Assignments:

·        Field visit to schools, to observe the schooling processes from a gender perspective
·        Collection of folk lore’s reflecting socialization process.
·        Any other the project was given by the institution

SUGGESTED READINGS AND BEST BOOKS FOR GENDER SCHOOL AND SOCIETY

1.      Havinghurst, R. (1995). Society and education. Boston; Allyn and Bacon.
2.      Inkeles, A. (1987). What is sociology? New Delhi: Prentice-Hall of India.
3.      M.H.R.D. (1990). Towards an enlightened and human society. New Delhi: Dept. of Education.
4.      Kamat, A.R.(1985). Education and social change in India. Mumbai: Samaiya Publishing House.
5.      Maunheim, K.(1962). An Introduction to the Sociology of Education.  London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.
6.      Pandey, K.P. (1983). Perspectives in Social Foundations of Education, Ghaziabad: AmitashPrakashan
7.      Bussolo (2009).Gender Aspects of the Trade and  Poverty  Nexus:  A  Macro-Micro Approach (English): Palgrans Mac Millan U.K.
8.      Geetha, V. and Revathi.A. (2011). The truth About Me: A Hijra Life story: Penguin Publishing Group.
9.      Raimedhi, I. (2015). Half of the sky. Sage Publications India Pvt. Ltd.
10.   Tendon, N. (2008).Feminism: A paradigm Shift. Atlantic Publisher.
11.   Mathu, A. (2007). Gender and development in India 01. Gyan Book Pvt. Ltd.

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