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Igualdad y diversidad en el proceso educativo

Enkvist, Inger LU (2007) In El tratamiento del Género en la escuela p.87-116
Abstract (Swedish)
Abstract in Undetermined

In the debate on education, there has been relatively little discussion on same-sex classes. It is as though the introduction of comprehensive school had killed the theme once and for all. However, there are a couple of circumstances that ought to make us reconsider same-sex education.



a.) Declining learning achievements experienced by many

western countries after the combined introduction of

comprehensive school and a new, “free”, pedagogy.



b) The good results shown by same-sex school for example

in Great Britain.



c.) The good results that boys get in same-sex schools whereas

they tend to become... (More)
Abstract in Undetermined

In the debate on education, there has been relatively little discussion on same-sex classes. It is as though the introduction of comprehensive school had killed the theme once and for all. However, there are a couple of circumstances that ought to make us reconsider same-sex education.



a.) Declining learning achievements experienced by many

western countries after the combined introduction of

comprehensive school and a new, “free”, pedagogy.



b) The good results shown by same-sex school for example

in Great Britain.



c.) The good results that boys get in same-sex schools whereas

they tend to become discouraged having to compete

with more mature girls in mixed groups.



d.) The highlighting of girls’ needs in gender studies even

though it is the boys who are lagging behind today.



The conclusion is that same-sex classes can be a contribution to quality education but it is still more important to change the current “free” pedagogy, negative for both male and female students. (Less)
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El tratamiento del Género en la escuela
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87 - 116
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EASSE, European Association of Single-Sex Education
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Spanish
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  abstract     = {<b>Abstract in Undetermined</b><br/><br>
In the debate on education, there has been relatively little discussion on same-sex classes. It is as though the introduction of comprehensive school had killed the theme once and for all. However, there are a couple of circumstances that ought to make us reconsider same-sex education. <br/><br>
<br/><br>
a.) Declining learning achievements experienced by many<br/><br>
western countries after the combined introduction of<br/><br>
comprehensive school and a new, “free”, pedagogy.<br/><br>
<br/><br>
b) The good results shown by same-sex school for example<br/><br>
in Great Britain.<br/><br>
<br/><br>
c.) The good results that boys get in same-sex schools whereas<br/><br>
they tend to become discouraged having to compete<br/><br>
with more mature girls in mixed groups.<br/><br>
<br/><br>
d.) The highlighting of girls’ needs in gender studies even<br/><br>
though it is the boys who are lagging behind today.<br/><br>
<br/><br>
The conclusion is that same-sex classes can be a contribution to quality education but it is still more important to change the current “free” pedagogy, negative for both male and female students.},
  author       = {Enkvist, Inger},
  language     = {spa},
  pages        = {87--116},
  publisher    = {ARRAY(0x915e0d0)},
  series       = {El tratamiento del Género en la escuela},
  title        = {Igualdad y diversidad en el proceso educativo},
  year         = {2007},
}