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简报:爱白开展性健康与心理健康教育教师培训



爱白文化教育中心于2014年12月13日、2015年1月11日和1月28日分别在北京、哈尔滨进行了三场面向性健康与心理健康教育教师的培训,将性多元的理念以及如何帮助在校性少数群体的经验、行动建议等议题带给老师群体。

来自北京和黑龙江地区超过100位的大、中、小学教师、教育局相关领导、学校管理者、医生参加培训,此外还吸引了在校大学生和研究生的参与。培训旨在提高教育工作者对基于性倾向和性别身份的校园欺凌现象的认识,并分享在校园欺凌与LGBT群体出柜问题的应对经验,并引发更深层的思考与讨论。

在此次培训中,爱白的江晖分享了有关性倾向和性别身份的基础知识,杨湃分享了国际上已有的教师应对欺凌与LGBT学生所遇到的困扰的经验。并在Q&A环节中解答了老师的多种疑问,同时还分享了现有资源和材料,以供老师们后续教学和研究使用。

此次培训实现了预期目标。评估结果显示,77%的教师认为本次培训与预期目标相符,85%的教师表示通过此次培训了解了LGBT相关的基本知识,81%的教师表示将在此次培训结束后为消除校园欺凌尽自己的一份力。此外,多位参会教师与爱白直接反馈,表达了他们对今后在校园内开展相关工作的信心与动力,以及对本次培训的积极评价、改进意见和建议。

未来,爱白文化教育中心还将继续与全国各大、中、小学、相关教育部门和教育机构合作开展相关培训,并将编辑一份面向教师的帮助性少数群体指南手册,帮助教师查阅性倾向与性别身份的知识,了解如何帮助校园内的性少数群体学生,并在学校内开展和支持相关的反恐同、反恐跨歧视与欺凌的活动与学生团体。如果您想进一步了解相关信息,请联系我们 maky.yang@aibai.org

In December of 2014 and January of 2015, Aibai Culture & Education Center presented three training sessions to sexuality and mental health teachers in Beijing and Harbin. The topics covered included diversity in sexuality, and ways for the teachers to help sexual minority students in schools.

More than 100 university, high school, middle school and primary school teachers, officials from education departments, school administrators and doctors from Beijing and Heilongjiang areas attended these trainings, which also attracted some college students and graduates to participate. The training was designed to improve the understanding of discrimination and bullying in educational institutions based on sexual orientation and gender identity, and to share ways to deal with school bullying and facing students coming out through extensive discussions.

Alex Jiang from Aibai presented basic knowledge on sexual orientation and gender identity, Maky Yang shared some international success experiences on how teachers can deal with bullying and harassment toward LGBT students. They also answered questions and shared with the teachers materials for further study.

Post training evaluation showed that 77% of the participating teachers consider the trainings meeting their expectations, 85% indicated they learned about LGBT related knowledge, and 81% indicated they will offer their help to reduce school bullying. In addition, many teachers provided feedbacks to Aibai, expressing their confidence and desire to carrying out related work in schools along with positive comments and suggestions for improvement to the trainings.

Aibai Culture & Education Center will keep collaborating with universities, high schools, middle schools, primary schools, educational sectors and organizations in the future to hold related trainings. Aibai will also compile a guide book for teachers, helping them with knowledge on sexual orientation and gender identity, ways to help sexual minorities in schools and how to launch and support campus groups to combat homophobic/transphobic discrimination/bullying. For more information, please contact maky.yang@aibai.org


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