ECU SOCI 1010 - Education & Gender Bias (2 pages)

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Discussion of reading "Civilize them with a Stick" & Gender Bias


Lecture number:
28
Pages:
2
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
East Carolina University
Course:
Soci 1010 - Race, Gender, Class
Edition:
1
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SOCI 1010 1nd Edition Lecture 28 Outline of Last Lecture I Solutions a Charter Schools b Vouchers c No Child Left Behind Outline of Current Lecture I Civilize them with a Stick II Girls Education Missing in interaction a How is gender bias manifested in education b Teacher interactions c Lessons from bias d Cirriculum Current Lecture I II Civilize them with a Stick Reading a The purpose agenda of boarding schools i Socialize students into the culture that overbears them ii Create real Americans erase their Indian culter Girls Education Missing in Interaction a How is gender bias manifested in education i Not in reference to access but what happens in the classrooms ii Video tapes in the classrooms These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute 1 The way teachers interact with students 2 Curriculum 3 Sex segregation by teacher students b Teacher interactions varying by gender i Time spent responding to questions longer for boys ii Call on boys more often 8x more often sometimes because boys are more assertive iii Girls reprimanded for breaking rules more iv Appearance remarks 1 Teachers focus more on girls and are more likely to turn it into something else positive with boys v Feedback 4 kinds 1 Praise 2 Criticism 3 Remediation 4 Acceptance most common for all a Girls receive acceptance more often boys more likely to get all 4 kinds of feedback c What lessons does this bias teach i Girls are more passive boys more assertive ii Who s education comments are more valued d Cirriculum i Textbooks used geared toward men s accomplishments barely mentioning women ii The children s book iii Asked students to list famous American women


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