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Here are a few resources related to gender equity and math. This is just a

beginning list - the internet and the bibliographies from some of the

listings can point you toward other resources.

Christina Perez

Weaving Gender Equity Into Math Reform, TERC

christina_perez@terc.edu

BOOKS AND GENERAL INFORMATION:

"Gender Gaps: Where Schools Still Fail Our Children" by AAUW

(www.aauw.org)

"Girls in the Middle: Working to Succeed in School" by AAUW

"Shortchanging Girls, Shortchanging America" by AAUW

"Failing at Fairness" by Sadker and Sadker

"The Path to Math: Gender and Racial-Ethnic Differences in Mathematics

Participation from Middle to High School" by

Sophia Catsambis in Sociology of Education, Vol. 67, pp. 199-215

""Cooperative Learning and the Achievement of Female Students" by Dillow,

et al in Middle School Journal, Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 48-51

"Mathematics and Gender" by Elizabeth Fennema and Gilah Leder, Editors

"Education and Gender Equality" by Julia Wrigley, ed.

"Teachers' Attribution and Beliefs about Girls, Boys and Mathematics" by

Fennema, et al in Educational Studies in

Mathematics, Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 55-69

"Teaching Mathematics Effectively and Equitably to Females" by Katherine

Hanson (WEEA publishing center -

800-225-3088)

"Multicultural and Gender Equity in the Mathematics Classroom" by

Trentacosta, Eds. (published by NCTM -

www.nctm.org)

TEACHING STRATEGIES:

"Generating Expectations for Student Achievement Teacher Handbook" by

GrayMill Publishing (www.graymill.com)

"Why Me? Why My Classroom? The Need for Equity in Coed Math and Science

Classes" by Patricia Campbell (available

from the U.S. Dept. of Education - www.ed.gov)

"Encouraging Girls in Math and Science" by Patricia Campbell (DOE)

"Lifting the Barriers: 600 Strategies that Really Work to Increase Girls'

Participation in Math..." by Jo Sanders

"Connecting with the Learner: An Equity Toolkit" by the Midwest Consortium

for Mathematics and Science Education

WEB SITES:

"AAAS Environmental Checklist" - http://www.ehrweb.aaas.org/ehr/pubs.htm

Campbell-Kibler resources - http://www.tiac.net.users/ckassoc/

"Classroom Interactions" -

http://www.engr.ucdavis.edu/college/information/gender/hand3.html

ERIC Resource Center - http://ericeece.org/index.html

Eisenhower National Clearinghouse Teacher Change-

http://www.change.enc.org/

Equity in Education On-line - http://www.etdc.wednet.edu/equity/index.html

"Integrating Gender Equity and Reform" - http://www.coe.uga.edu/ingear

Regional Alliance for Science and MAthematics Education -

http://ra.terc.edu.alliance.HubHome.html

"Profile of an Equitable Math and Science Classroom" -

http:equity.enc.org/equity/eqtyres/erg/111583/1583.htm

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