Gender equality and Biological development and health

A2. Contextos

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Gender equality and Biological development and health by Mind Map: Gender equality and Biological development and health

1. What is gender? It refers to those attitudes that are accepted by society as appropriate ways of being a woman or a man

2. In education there is a lot of inequality in education where boys have more opportunities than girls.

2.1. Parity: Refers to the same proportion of boys and girls who enter school

2.2. Equality:Ensures that everyone gets the same

2.3. Equity ensure equal opportunity for all

3. We need an education that promotes equal participation

3.1. Gender equality in education Both sexes should have the same rights, resources, opportunities and protection.

3.1.1. Equality in the learning process Boys and girls receive the same treatment and attention.

3.2. Gender equality Men and women are treated equally

3.2.1. Gender equity in education Boys and girls have the same opportunities in the future both in the economic, social, cultural and political spheres.

4. Causes of discrimination

4.1. Poverty, politics, religion, parental education, patriarchal society, violence, stereotypes among others.

5. Actors to achieve gender equity We are all active and responsible actors for change Government, teachers, schools, parents and students

6. Biological development and health

6.1. It starts from embryonic development, the infant stage, and the adult stage.

6.1.1. Growth: refers to size, length, height and weight.

6.1.2. Development: general changes such as character quality, quantitative aspects.

6.2. This first year is a period of rapid development of motor, language, social, sensory and thinking skills. Child development refers to the sequence of physical, language, thinking, and emotional changes that occur in a child from birth to early adulthood.

6.3. The biology of child development and learning

6.3.1. The brain develops through a dynamic interaction between underlying biological processes and exposures and experiences in the environment.

6.4. The biology of adolescent development

6.4.1. It is the name of the period of 10 to 20 years in which boys and girls reach adult height and weight and experience sexual maturation. The changes that occur during this period are physical, intellectual, personality and social development.