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wednesday, april 16th 2014

Books
Enric Vidal: Diferentes, iguales, ¿juntos? Educación diferenciada
Para alcanzar una verdadera igualdad de oportunidades para ambos sexos ¿hay que tratar a niñas y niños de la misma manera?, ¿en todas las ocasiones y en todos los momentos evolutivos?. ¿Son igualdad y difererencia aspectos irreconciliables en materia educativa? ¿Es la educación mixta un dogma incuestionable?. En numerosos países de nuestro entorno, la “educación diferenciada” se perfila como una respuesta eficaz a las desigualdades de género, al fracaso escolar y a la socialización. Este libro, ...
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Rosemary C. Salomone: Same, different, equal : rethinking single-sex schooling
“A beacon of clarity and open-mindedness, this impressive work will be the definitive resource on the legal and educational issues regarding single-sex education.”--Stephen Yandle, Yale Law School   A readable and objective assessment of the educational and legal issues surrounding single-sex education Although coeducation has been the norm within private and public schools since the 1970s, single-sex education has staged a comeback in recent years as a means of addressing the academic and social problems faced by some students. Single-sex education raises controversy on ...
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Jose María BARRIO: Educación diferenciada, una opción razonable
  Se recopilan aquí, los trabajos de estudiosos de varios países que coinciden en replantearse las razones que llevaron a imponer la coeducación obligatoria en la enseñanza primaria y secundaria. Así, se muestran los resultados de investigaciones empíricas sobre rendimiento escolar comparado entre escuelas coeducativas y escuelas en régimen de separación por sexo. ¿Qué es mejor para nuestros hijos? No puede negarse que el asunto todavía está en discusión y hasta ahora no se ha contado con ...
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Ilana DE BARE: Where Girls Come First: TheIlana Rise, Fall, and Surprising Revival of Girls Schools
In March 2004, Penguin Books published Where Girls Come First, a history of all-girls schools in the United States. The author is journalist Ilana Debare, who herself is a co-founder of the Julia Morgan School for Girls in Oakland, California. Her book is a thoughtful and provocative history, showing how all-girls education began as a subversive, countercultural movement in the early 1800's -- empowering young women at a time when the larger culture was denying equal rights to women. Unfortunately, the movement ossified in the early 1900's, as many girls' schools became elite, ...
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leonard sax: Why Gender Matters
The author is Dr. Leonard Sax, executive director of NASSPE. In the book, Dr. Sax draws on recent research to demonstrate that differences in how girls and boys learn are far more substantial and far more important than most of us ever imagined. The book presents all the latest information about hardwired differences in how girls and boys hear, and see, and respond to different teaching styles. Many specific examples of approaches that have been proven to work in the classroom are provided. The book also includes gender-appropriate guidance for difficult issues such as drug abuse, sex, and ...
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KAREN STABINER: All Girls: Single-Sex Education and Why It Matters
Best-selling author Karen Stabiner wrote All Girls: Single-Sex Education and Why It Matters to see for herself if an all-girls’ environment made a difference. She spent a year with students at two very different schools – the 112-year-old Marlborough School in Los Angeles, a private school for grades 7-12, and The Young Women’s Leadership School of East Harlem, a three-year-old experiment in public single-sex education, for poor and minority children. She attended classes, went to dances and athletic events, met with parents, administrators, teachers and researchers ...
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