Henderson, Russell E.
College for Professional Studies
Master of Education
School of Education and Counseling
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
Single Sex Classrooms, How Boys and Girls Learn Differently Gurian (2004) examined the differences between girls and boys. He reported girls and boys learn fundamentally differently. This applied project identifies these differences and provides strategies that teachers can use in the classroom. The strategies are effective for boys and girls at the elementary school level. Implementing these strategies will enable teachers to address the gender specific learning needs of both boys and girls.
Date of Award
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Cyr, Desiree, "Single Sex Classrooms, How Boys and Girls Learn Differently: a Guide Book for Elementary Teachers" (2007). Student Publications. 12.