Why Educators Should (aka Need) to Listen to This
This podcast was intriguing for me specifically as it drew on a personal interest in activism for females especially regarding education and making a change in accessible education for females. This whole conversation was eye opening but one of the points Malala made stood out above the rest for me. She discussed how 10 million girls are currently at risk of losing their education for many reasons her main points being culture barriers, and financial vulnerability during the Covid-19 pandemic forcing girls to not be able to return to school. My note here is, ‘How can leaders of nations step up to make resources more accessible for educators who need it most and on top of this how can educators reach those future students that are the most at risk?’. Another important note she made was that of how educators, especially now, must challenge gender-based norms through showing positive role models throughout the curriculum. Questions arise here of, ‘is there currently a limit being shown and how do we as educators break that?’, this makes me wonder further asking the question of, ‘How can educators make their learning environments have a greater impact for the women and girls already in school?’. Thus, allowing educators to provide room for those powerful women voices that are yet to be heard. My opinion, all educators must listen to a strong feminism opinion on girl’s education so that glass ceilings can be broken. So that change can be made when it comes to girls and women being able to have the best education they can possibly have.
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