2 edition of Sex bias in the secondary curriculum. found in the catalog.
Sex bias in the secondary curriculum.
Madeleine Elspeth Whittaker
Thesis (M.Ed.) - Wolverhampton Polytechnic (CNAA), 1986.
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Sex Bias in the Schools: The Research Evidence. Janice This book is a waste of time. The author has a bias against men minus one star.
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For some, the reading of picture books is considered an activity exclusively meant for young children in lower grades. In a recent professional development session for Library Media Educational Technology Specialists in secondary schools, Celia Powell, Cindy Moyle, and Cherie Anderson gave a multitude of reasons to rethink this bias, showing how picture books Author: Josh Whiting.
Based on experiences gained during the Girls into Science and Technology (GIST) project, this report reviews practical suggestions for teaching science to mixed classes in ways that encourage girls to become more involved in the sciences.
Chapter 1 provides data about sex differences in examination entries and women's representation in professional and managerial by: 7. A sound curriculum cannot be built by replacing those standards with the principle of proportional representation of authors, classified ethnically, biologically, or geographically.
Second, the idea that students will be discouraged by not encountering more works by members of their own race, sex, or ethnic group, even were it substantiated. The goal of this project was to eliminate sex bias in education through the development of student and teacher awareness of sex bias. Four objectives were developed for the first year project: (1) the development and implementation of nonsexist curriculum in grades(2) the development of teachers' and librarians' awareness of sexism in.
This paper attempts to discuss the issue of gender bias in education with main focus on the bias embedded in the textbooks, lessons, and language, curriculum and teacher interactions with pupils.
The paper also looks at the changes can be made to create a more equitable learning environment for all by: COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
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Cited by: Sex Bias in the Schools: The Research Evidence [Pottker, Janice, Fishel, Andrew] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Sex Bias in the Schools: Author: Janice Pottker. anti-bias themes. Critical Practices for Anti-bias Education is organized into four sections: Instruction, Classroom Culture, Family and Community Engagement, and Teacher Leadership.
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