Gender Misconception AED 204

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Unformatted text preview: 1/31/11 Click to edit Master subtitle style Gender Misconception AED 204 University of Phoenix Online Gail Cargile September 12, 2010 1/31/11 In today’s world, there are many false impressions with gender in education. Three of the misconceptions that will be discussed are boys being more competitive in sports and academics than girls, boys are more into auto and wood shop than girls and boys that participate in the arts are likely to be gay . 1/31/11 The affect these misconceptions have on education n Affect On Boys  Affect On girls 1/31/11 Beliefs regarding ability difference with males and females in general and within education BOYS  More athletic  Not very good study habits  Conceited  Not as goal oriented as girls Girls  More athletic in certain sports  More book smarts than male  Confident in ability  More goal oriented 1/31/11 Are boys more competitive in Title IX  3 million girls participated in high school athletics...
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2011 for the course AED 204 taught by Professor Tennial during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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