Should We Train Our Boy Child Differently From A Girl Child?
Boys and girls are frequently train differently, even in the early stages of pregnancy. Parents treat their children differently based on their gender, from different colours for gender reveals to the types of toys they typically buy.
However, parents are not the only adults from whom children learn. How does a teacher’s gender perception affect a student’s achievement levels?
Talking about boy or girl differences can be awkward, especially in schools, due to the fear of being unfair or stereotyping. Because the classroom is where a young child spends the majority of their time, the language they are exposed to in there is an important part of their learning.
It is critical to open the conversation and investigate whether there is a problem in order to create environments that nourish all children and guide them to success.
So, do teachers teach differently to boys and girls? If this is the case, how does it affect achievement levels?
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