Gender and teacher education

foundations, skills, methods, and strategies across the curriculum : instructor"s manual
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L. Erlbaum Associates , Mahwah, N.J
Sex differences in education -- United States, Sexism in education -- United States, Educational equalization -- United S
StatementDavid Sadker, Ellen S. Silber, editors.
ContributionsSadker, David Miller, 1942-, Silber, Ellen S.
LC ClassificationsLC212.92 .G446 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17170084M
ISBN 100805854754
LC Control Number2006017401

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The book challenges our understandings of gender, equity and identity in PE, establishing a conceptual and historical foundation for the issue, as well as presenting a wealth of original research material. Teaching and Teacher Education is an international journal concerned primarily with teachers, teaching, and/or teacher education situated in an international perspective and context.

The journal focuses on early childhood through high school (secondary education), teacher preparation, along with higher education concerning teacher professional development and/or teacher education.

This book highlights the difficulties that women working as managers and leaders in initial teacher education face. Whereas many women are moving into positions of authority in teacher training, some existing women managers are being marginalized within.

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Gender and Education Some Questions on Machismo, Pedagogy, and Values By Caroline E. Parker Marta, a teacher in a small town outside of Managua, found herself stuck without extra pay or childcare when she had to attend an intensive two-week workshop to learn about the Education Ministry's new third grade curriculum.

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Teaching African American and Latinx Learners: Moving beyond a Status Quo Punitive Disciplinary Context to Considerations for Equitable Pedagogy in Teacher Education Intersectionality of Ethnicity, Gender, and Disability with Disciplinary Practices Used with Indigenous Students: Implications for Teacher Preparation and DevelopmentAuthor: Daniel Julia, White Terrenda.

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Disruptive Views of Gender and Sexuality in K and Teacher Education CALL FOR CHAPTER PROPOSALS. Edited by: Adrian D. Martin, New Jersey City University Kathryn J.

Strom, California State University, East Bay Past research on gender and sexuality in education and teacher education has primarily focused on identifying ways of fostering inclusive and affirmative school communities for non. teacher education & development.

Silence on. The Gender Equality in Education Index (GEEI), developed through critical engagement with the capability approach, is presented and its use by a Author: Elaine Unterhalter.

Contemporary Issues and Perspectives on Contemporary Issues and Perspectives on Gender Research in Adult Education Gender Research in Adult Education Maja Maksimović, Joanna Ostrouch-Kamińska, Katarina Popović, Aleksandar Bulajić (Eds.) Institute for Pedagogy and Andragogy, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade.

Comprehensive Sexuality Education was introduced in within the subjects of Life Orientation and Life Skills to ensure that learners do not get confusing and misleading messages on sex, sexuality, gender and relationships. CSE has thus been part of the South African Curriculum for almost 20 years.

Gender and education 1. International development, trends and experiences in the field of Gender and Education Bishkek, March 31 Presentation by Cecilie Orestis 2. Traditionally the focus on how to measure gender equality has been to measure gender parity.

The trend is “odd,” Ingersoll and his co-authors—all education scholars, and most of them former classroom teachers—write in the report. Generally speaking, starting in the s the Author: Alia Wong.

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In recent years, statistics have shown that girls now outperform boys in educational attainment. Sociologists suggest the increased achievement in girls educational performance is the result of external factors (girls changing ambitions, changes in the family, changes in women's employment) and internal factors (equal opportunities, teacher attention, coursework).

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