By Ann Clark, Elaine Millard
The 'gender hole' in GCSE effects remains to be of top difficulty, and there's now a true desire for wisdom approximately how lecturers can tackle this hole. during this quantity, a group of participants considers the gender concerns specific to every topic of the secondary curriculum. They speak about powerful recommendations supported via their learn and perform, and supply many ways ahead for teachers.
The booklet starts off with an summary of latest social and cultural ways to education and gender, focusing rather at the contribution of feminist students to the talk. It extra examines key features of the secondary college curriculum and the consequences for beginners in their gendered id. the ultimate part strikes past the study room to debate the impression of present theoretical views at the advanced inter-relationship among the curriculum and younger peoples' gendered identities, and its implications for his or her destiny development.
In discussing the nature of boys' and ladies' achievements in more than a few tuition topics, the authors search to 'balance the books' by way of debating the various, if occasionally competing wishes of either girls and boys.
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