Commentary: Teachers need to realize boys, girls learn differently

10/12/2006 | American School Board Journal

Biology leads girls and boys to process information and behave differently, which means teachers need to adjust their classroom management and instruction techniques accordingly, contend "The Minds of Boys" co-authors Michael Gurian and Kathy Stevens. Teachers trained in how male and female brains work, the authors say, learn how to craft assignments so that students of both genders stay engaged and achieve.

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