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Two resources are available on the topic "Women in history":
Teaching 20th century women’s history: A classroom approach
This publication is a teaching resource for secondary schools designed to integrate women’s history into current classroom practice. Although many of Europe’s school systems have included women’s history in the curricula, there is a shortage of material with which to teach it in practice.
The author has used a holistic approach by focusing on links, sometimes hidden, between work, family, culture, war and politics, and by emphasising the development of skills combined with knowledge and understanding. Students are encouraged to ask relevant questions and to investigate critically women’s historical experience in Europe. Some of the topics proposed are
Besides exploiting sources such as oral history and photography, the book also aims to contribute to young people’s understanding of gender equality, including the social forces that have and still do conspire against it.
Link to ISBN publication
available in English, French and Croatian
"The History of Women in Europe in the 20th Century"
77th European Teachers' Seminar, In-Service Training Programme for Teacher
Donaueschingen, 6-11 October 1997