RE 5040 Fall 2011
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Nakita Carson
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Wed Dec 7, 2011 19:38
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I agree completely! There have been studies done which speak to how different boys and girls are. We read this book for a book study a few years ago titled Why Gender Matters by Leonard Sax. It was very enlightening and I know he would support that idea!

  • reply - sarah hutson, Sun Dec 4 17:52
    Yes, I think it would work with girls as well. As classroom teachers, we try not to divide them into groups of all boys and all girls, but dividing them based on interests for book clubs may be the... more
    • dividing class - Amanda Solesbee, Wed Dec 7 23:17
      I agree and disagree a little- I first had some book clubs based off of only interest...and the discussion at the 5th grade level was not what it should have been, and I had a lot of misbehaving.... more
    • Re: reply - Nakita Carson, Wed Dec 7 19:38
      • Splitting by gender - Rachel Hicks, Tue Dec 13 19:24
        I have a friend that has actually taught in a school where the classes are grouped by gender. She taught 3rd grade girls and she loved it. The type of stories that they read and the conversations... more
        • Re: Splitting by gender - whitney fisher , Tue Dec 13 22:37
          That would be a really interesting experience! I think in some ways it is helpful to have the gender differences. Boys and girls learn in different ways so sometimes they teach each other a strategy... more
        • Re: Splitting by gender - Nakita Carson, Tue Dec 13 19:33
          I think I would LOVE the chance to teach just a classroom of girls! That would be such an enlightening experience!
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RE 5040 Fall 2011