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Boys, Girls, and the Myths of Literacies and Learning

Boys, Girls, and the Myths of Literacies and Learning (Paperback)

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This timely and authoritative book provides a critique and deconstructs the myths that serve to uphold the current ""moral panic"" around boys' supposed failures in literacy and diminished chances of success. Readers are asked to look beyond simple gender binarism to see different, more complex and often more egregious categorizations of students in their classrooms, other than the simplistic male/female categories, and begin to question and address some of those issues: poverty, racism, violence, environment, and more complex issues of gender, patriarchy, and hegemony.The authors suggest different ways of teaching literacies to both boys and girls and propose that while solutions are not simple, they are critically important in promoting positive educational experiences for all students, regardless of gender, class, culture, race, or sexual orientation.

Children'sEducational materialEducational: English language & literacyEducationTeaching SkillsTeaching of a specific subjectLanguages with Grant & CutlerLinguisticsLiteracy Publisher: Canadian Scholars Press Publication Date: 28/03/2008 ISBN-13: 9781551303444  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Roberta F. Hammett is Professor of Education at Memorial University, specializing in literacies, secondary English education, and technology integration in teaching and learning. She has completed two three-year terms as Associate Dean of Education for Graduate Studies and Research.Katherine J. Sanford is Associate Professor and Associate Dean in the Faculty of Education, University of Victoria. Her research and teaching interests include issues of gender, literacy, assessment, and popular culture/new media.|Katherine J. Sanford is Associate Professor and Associate Dean in the Faculty of Education, University of Victoria. Her research and teaching interests include issues of gender, literacy, assessment, and popular culture/new media. Additionally, she has been actively involved in issues related to teacher education programs, and her current writing and research involves chool-based teacher education and professional electronic portfolios.

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