The partners of this project have developed a didactic program with specific contents for teachers that serve as resources to support “O2: KITS AGAINST THE DISCRIMINATION IN THE CLASSROOM”.
In this way, this didactic programming highlights that roma people, like other groups, are diverse, and that in addition to the obstacles they face for cultural reasons, many others can also be added.
This didactic program has the main objective of focusing on the roma population, understanding its diversity, meaning that a roma person, in addition to social and cultural obstacles, can also face all the rest of the discriminations worked on in this project: a roma woman also faces sexism, a roma LGBTQ+ person also faces LGBTQphobia, a disabled roma person faces dysphobia, a roma person in poverty also faces aporophobia, etc.
Our goal is for this not to be just another didactic program, but that students are able to use this knowledge in their everyday life, to make the school more inclusive and free of discrimination and bullying.
A participatory, active, group, and experiential methodology has been chosen for this didactic program. It is important that the teacher or teachers who want to participate in the implementation of this Didactic Unit know the contents and educational resources included in it (posters, surveys, videos, activities, etc.), so they can adjust them to the singularities of the group.
We support a cooperative and collaborative learning that helps to adjust the different rhythms of each student to the group and put into play the individual knowledge to learn collectively.
We use active methodologies through the joint resolution of tasks, project work by groups, and experimentation, first individual for reflection, and then group for collaborative learning.
6. DIDACTIC UNITS
6.1. DIDACTIC UNIT OF GENDER EQUALITY
6.2. DIDACTIC UNIT OF INCLUSION INTO DIVERSITY
6.3. DIDACTIC UNIT OF SEXUAL DIVERSITY
6.4. DIDACTIC UNIT OF CULTURAL DIVERSITY
6.5. DIDACTIC UNIT OF FREEDOM OF SPEECH
7.1. SURVEY 1: DISABLISM IN THE CLASSROOM
7.2. SURVEY 2: APOROPHOBIA
7.3. SURVEY 3: HOMOPHOBIA IN THE CLASSROOM
7.4. SURVEY 4: LGBTQPHOBIA
7.5. SURVEY 5: TRANSPHOBIA
7.6. SURVEY 6: ENBYPHOBIA
7.7. SURVEY 7: RACISM/XENOPHOBIA
7.8. SURVEY 8: ISLAMOPHOBIA
7.9. SURVEY 9: ROMAPHOBIA
7.10. SURVEY 10: ANTI-SEMITISM
7.11. SURVEY 11: MISOGYNY
7.12. SURVEY 12: SEXISM
7.13. SURVEY 13: MULTIPLE DISCRIMINATION
7.14. SURVEY 14: IDEOLOGICAL HATRED
8. TRAINING POSTERS
8.1. DISABLISM POSTER
8.2. APOROPHOBIA POSTER
8.3. HOMOPHOBIA POSTER
8.4. LGBTQPHOBIA POSTER
8.5. TRANSPHOBIA POSTER
8.6. ENBYPHOBIA POSTER
8.7. RACISM POSTER
8.8. ISLAMOPHOBIA POSTER
8.9. ROMAPHOBIA POSTER
8.10. ANTISEMITISM POSTER
8.11. MISOGINY POSTER
8.12. SEXISM POSTER
8.13. MULTIPLE DISCRIMINATION POSTER
8.14. IDEOLOGICAL HATRED POSTER
8.15. HATE SPEECH POSTER
9.1. ACTIVITY: “TRANS” LIFE STORIES.
9.2. ACTIVITY: LGBTQ+ PEOPLE THROUGH CINEMA.
9.3. ACTIVITY: THERE IS SOMETHING I WANT TO TELL YOU…
9.4. ACTIVITY: THE ROOT OF HATRED TOWARDS THE POOR.
9.5. ACTIVITY: DISCUSSING FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY.
9.6. ACTIVITY: ACTIONS AGAINST CYBERBULLYING.
9.7. ACTIVITY: KNOWING IDEOLOGIES.
9.8. ACTIVITY: GENDER AND NUMBER.
9.9. ACTIVITY: JEWISH CUSTOMS.
9.10. ACTIVITY: MUSLIM CUSTOMS.
9.11. ACTIVITY: ROMA CUSTOMS.
9.12. ACTIVITY: THE SEXIST WAGE GAP.
9.13. ACTIVITY: SEXISM IN VIDEOGAMES?
9.14. ACTIVITY: GUESS WHERE I COME FROM.
10. EVALUATION CRITERIA