Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Single-sex classes (Education); Sex differences in education;
This paper will present information based on various instructional strategies used in the single gender classrooms. These strategies are researched based, and have been know to help support gender specific classrooms. Chapter two will discuss the history of traditional classroom setting and the introduction of the single gender learning classroom. Chapter three will discuss the results of the current research and findings of experts in the study of gender classrooms and the affect such classrooms have on boys. It will also compare the advantages and disadvantages of gender classrooms for boys. Chapter four is an analysis of the findings presenting the most effective instructional strategies. Chapter five will discuss the application of the previous chapters. It will explain how these instruction strategies will be integrated into best teaching practices for increased student achievement for young males.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Educational Psychology and Foundations
John E. Henning
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©2009 Mary Louise Bryant-Wilder
Bryant-Wilder, Mary Louise, "Gender based strategies for increased student achievement" (2009). Graduate Research Papers. 443.