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by Anthony Glendinning,John Darling

Author: Anthony Glendinning,John Darling
Subcategory: Education
Language: English
Publisher: Continuum Intl Pub Group (March 1, 1996)
Pages: 132 pages
Category: Other
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Gender Matters in Schools. Pupils and Teachers (Issues in Education).

Gender Matters in Schools. by John Darling, Anthony Glendinning. Published March 1996 by Cassell Academic.

Equal opportunities for girls is the subject of this far-reaching and topical study. The author analyses educational provision in the decades following the passing of the Sex Discrimination Act, and asks whether the school curriculum is male-orientated. There is therefore a problem of squaring up the disadvantages shown up in girls' experiences of schooling and the measurable outcome of that process - a conflict which this engaging text seeks to address. Categories: Education.

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Gender Matters in Schools (Issues in Education Series). by Anthony Glendinning and John Darling.

A third element consists of professional courses and school experience.

Teacher education - Teacher education - Issues and problems in teacher education: In nearly all countries, courses of the Normal School B, college, and university categories contain three main elements. The first element is the study of one or more academic, cultural, or aesthetic subjects for the purpose both of continuing the student’s own education and of providing him with knowledge to use in his subsequent teaching career  . A third element consists of professional courses and school experience.

GENDER MATTERS IN SCHOOLS: PUPILS AND TEACHERS By John Darling and Anthony Glendinning Cassell Pounds 40 and Pounds 1. 9. They demonstrate the changing gendered pattern of secondary school examination performance and make succinct comparisons. The discussion of subject choice draws on their study of seven schools in Grampian.

Issues in education series. Personal Name: Glendinning, Anthony. Women Education Great Britain Sex differences in education Teacher-student relationships. Rubrics: Women Education Great Britain Sex differences in education Teacher-student relationships. by Jose Luis Bueso Montero, Blas Torrecillas Jover & Alain Verschoren. ISBN: 047021595X Author: Bueso, J. L. (José Luis), 1949- Publication & Distribution: Harlow, Essex, England.

Gender equality in education should be a global priority as despite the tremendous evolution during the past 20. .Sixty percent of them are female

Gender equality in education should be a global priority as despite the tremendous evolution during the past 20 years, gender inequality still persists. Sixty percent of them are female. What are the main challenges and issues of gender equality in education? There is no doubt that poverty is one of the main reasons for illiteracy. Millions of women and girls in the world are still forced to spend hours doing household chores and caring for other family members. The lack of sanitation facilities and security in school are other major issues for education.

Gender discrimination in education exists as well from differential treatment students receive by either male or female teachers. Teachers were found to also have a tendency to praise students matching gender expected norms.

Equal opportunities for girls is the subject of this far-reaching and topical study. The author analyses educational provision in the decades following the passing of the Sex Discrimination Act, and asks whether the school curriculum is male-orientated. Are women still presented as the second sex? Are they, as has been suggested, almost invisible? Is the language of the classroom sexist?Despite many apparent handicaps, however, girls actually achieve more examination passes than boys. There is therefore a problem of squaring up the disadvantages shown up in girls' experiences of schooling and the measurable outcome of that process - a conflict which this engaging text seeks to address.