The ways of the realization of gender-based education in the learning process in higher educational establishments

Keywords: gender approach, gender-based learning, motivation, homogender, heterogender, gender-sensitive, sexism

Abstract

The article reveals the problem of gender-oriented education in higher education. The author notes that it is important not only to change the forms, methods and means of learning in modern conditions but also the concept of forming a modern specialist who has to train, in addition to professional knowledge, skills and abilities - interpersonal and soft skills because society is gradually moving away from the individualistic type and focuses on teamwork and cooperation at all levels. Among the gender problems in Ukraine such as gender inequality at different levels of education, the presence of elements of gender discrimination in the content of academic disciplines and its reflection in the educational and methodological literature; gender relations in the teaching staff, teaching style and pedagogical communication; speech/language sexism, etc. are identified. The survey proved the need to use a gender-sensitive approach in the educational process, showed some differences in learning between boys and girls and confirmed the importance of taking into account the psychological and physiological differences between girls and boys in the educational process. The author presents ways to implement this approach in higher education, which will contribute to the comprehensive coverage of all areas of work - teaching, methodological and educational - which will contribute to the creation of a gender-sensitive educational environment. Various directions of the introduction of gender education as a component of national, moral, family, legal, mental, labour are offered; emphasis is placed on the necessity to include gender topics in lectures, practical classes, term papers and master's theses; cooperation of educators and public organizations; formation of gender culture of the teacher, propaganda of gender education. The results of an experimental study are presented, the statistical data of which indicate the need to implement this type of education for more effective organization of the educational process in higher education, humanization and democratization of education.

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Author Biography

Olena Karpova, Odessa National Economic University (ONEU)

– Doctor of Philosophy, Associate Professor
– Ukraine
– Odessa National Economic University (ONEU)
– Associate Professor of the Chair of Foreign Languages

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2021-06-14
How to Cite
Karpova, O. (2021). The ways of the realization of gender-based education in the learning process in higher educational establishments. International Scientific Journal of Universities and Leadership, (11), 168-180. https://doi.org/10.31874/2520-6702-2021-11-1-168-180
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Training of specialists in higher education institutions: specifics, models, practices