Scientist Women [➦]
• People in parental/family roles
• Health, social services and education professionals
Élise Gravel (author-illustrator)
Release Date and Last Update
2016 (no update as of the review date)
I made this little drawing to inspire girls who want to study sciences. In universities, for all sorts of reasons, girls are less present in pure sciences programs.Of course, I am aware that there are many other important women scientists, and I invite children to do their own research and create their own poster if they want to. I have received online many suggestions for additions and some criticisms who find regrettable the lack of boys in this drawing: you can get started, get out your pens! This poster is neither complete nor perfect.
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Gravel, É. (2016). Scientists women. [Illustration]. Retrieved from http://elisegravel.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/scientistwomen.jpg
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This poster is a great tool. It has the potential to inspire young girls by showing them that being a woman and studying science is possible. It is also inclusive, since there are women of colour present in the examples.
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