Celebrating International Women's day at IEP

We spent time this morning celebrating International Women’s Day at IEP. We started with an activity help understand and challenge perceptions of gender stereotyping and professions. Students were asked to draw different professions and then compare which the drew as men and which they dress as women.

Then the students researched information about some inspirational women.
Finally, the students wrote acrostic poems about women who are role models to them.


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