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Single-sex Education [debate presentation]
Transcript of Single-sex Education [debate presentation]
intensified and strengthened De-emphasize certain careers among boys and girls Individual interest are ignored. Unsubstantial claims. “There is not the scientifically based research for anybody to make an informed decision.” - Zirkin exacerbate Single-gender classes actually behavior in the classroom. Biased treatment/discipline among genders teachers perpetuate gender stereotypes Adulthood vs. Childhood “School is preparation for adult life, how can boys and girls learn how to interact as equals in the workplace if they have no experience interacting as equals in school?”
- Halprin, fomer APA president Better educated misconception Single-sex education over politicized and under researched Reduced opportunities for
genders to work together Gabrielle Napoli November 19, 2012 Debate Presentation Jost, K. (2002, July 12). Single-sex education. CQ Researcher, 12, 569-592. Jost, K. (2002, July 12). Single-sex education. CQ Researcher, 12, 569-592. Jost, K. (2002, July 12). Single-sex education. CQ Researcher, 12, 569-592. "The act of dividing students reinforces the belief that boys and girls are different,"
(Penn State professor of psychology, Dr.Lynn Liben) Jost, K. (2002, July 12). Single-sex education. CQ Researcher, 12, 569-592. THE STUDY Gendered treatment between boys and girls "[Single-sex education research] results are mixed and not conclusive enough for the department to endorse single-sex education." Amy Novotney. (2011, February). Coed versus single-sex ed. American Psychological Association, Vol. 42, pg 58. "[Single-sex classrooms] foster stereotypes and hurt kids who don't fit the idea of how a stereotypical boy or girl is supposed to learn and behave," -Sarah Rogers attorney w/ ACLU Separating boys and girls does not enable proper socialization and communication between the sexes ARGUMENT: Amy Novotney. (2011, February). Coed versus single-sex ed. American Psychological
Association, Vol.42, pg 58. If you were the parent, where
would you place your child? so the question stands....