Sessions specifically about Gender and Diversity During a Semester Course
With this approach, gender and diversity can be integrated as a focus of one or more individual class sessions of a seminar, lecture, or tutorial. However, it is advisable to integrate these sessions seamlessly into the course and repeatedly refer back to them – do not treat them in isolation. This way, gender and diversity aspects are just one perspective among many towards the subject of the course.Examples:
The class session on “Care Chains as Part of Intra-European Labor Migration” as part of a seminar on EU foreign policy; the class session on “Emma Noether’s Ideal Theory of Commutative Algebra” in a mathematics course; “Stereotypes in School textbooks” in a teacher-training course.