Gender Education

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A View of Boys Education by Mark Murphy

Good boys’ education is democratic, offers many ways to gain recognition and often involves fathers and father figures. It contains policies and practices based on a positive approach to male identity. It also uses teaching, learning and assessment styles that draw on boys’ strengths.

My office at Marcellin College looks directly out onto our school’s main […]

A View of Boys Education by Mark Murphy2018-07-06T13:08:38+00:00

Two Colleges With A Shared VCE Model by Leonie Keaney

As the debate persists, all three models continue to thrive in different settings and there is now a recognition of the value each contributes to schooling.

Single sex or co-ed? It is a question asked by many parents and discussed widely by educators. However, in the end it is clear that girls’ schools, boys’ schools and […]

Two Colleges With A Shared VCE Model by Leonie Keaney2018-07-06T13:08:28+00:00

One School, Two Choices by Chris Stock

Boys and girls can do well in any setting – the most important factor in student success is home influence.

Emmanuel College provides the options of a co-educational and boys’ campus. Parents vary in their views regarding the importance of a specific gender provision. For those who have a preferred style the options are available within […]

One School, Two Choices by Chris Stock2018-07-06T13:08:13+00:00

Committed To Co-Education by Bernard Dobson

Programs directed at addressing social and emotional learning help adolescents to improve classroom behaviour, become more engaged in the learning process and to perform better academically.

The educating community, taken as a whole, is thus called to further the objective of a school as a place of complete formation through interpersonal relations. (Congregation for Catholic Education, […]

Committed To Co-Education by Bernard Dobson2018-07-06T13:08:01+00:00

A Look at Girls’ Education by Anne O’Loughlin

Interestingly enough, the most recent World Economic Forum Gender Report (2009), rates countries on how well they divide their resources and opportunities among their male and female populations Australia is rated as 20th best!

When considering approaches to education, whether in the single-sex or co-educational context, the challenge for every teacher is to find the best […]

A Look at Girls’ Education by Anne O’Loughlin2018-07-06T13:07:50+00:00