[EDEQUITY] OPENINGS for Raising & Educating Boys Online Course

From: Craig Flood (cflood@aol.com)
Date: Thu Mar 07 2002 - 12:01:38 EST

There are still several openings in the "Raising & Educating Boys:
Developing Strengths and Connections in a Changing World" course scheduled
to begin on March 18.
Registration information is below or link now
http://www.edc.org/GDI/develop.htm. Any questions, feel free to contact:

Craig P. Flood, Ed.D.
Course Developer and Instructor
Gender & Diversities Institute
Email: cflood@aol.com

Developing Strengths and Connections in a Changing World

"In my entire "career" as a student, this course ranks in the top
three...I've had. It has impacted me both personally and professionally in
a very positive way."
School District Project Director and Course Participant

Based on overwhelmingly positive participant response, the Gender and
Diversities Institute is again pleased to offer "Raising and Educating
Boys: Developing Strengths and Connection in a Changing World," an online
professional development course for educators at all levels, parents and
anyone interested in supporting the healthy development and education of

Framed within the larger context of gender equity efforts, the course
examines key concerns and explores research-based strategies and
interventions aimed at addressing the particular needs of boys without
compromising the gains achieved for girls in our schools.

Here's what other participants are saying about the course:
"This course far exceeded my expectations, and I had already been looking
forward to a very positive experience!"

Course Participant & Gender Equity Specialist
"The readings were excellent, especially moving from analysis of gender to
resiliency...the discussions were wonderful, particularly the sharing of

HS Teacher
"Course content and resources were current, top notch, cutting edge,
engaging, relevant, and built upon each other well...thank you!"

School District Project Director
"There are no words to convey the depth of my learning and the richness of
the experience."

Educator and Doctoral Student
"Before taking the course, I was not familiar with the gender equity issue
at all. This course was the introduction for me. Each time I sat at the
computer to take in the new information, I was overwhelmed with what was
presented by both the instructor and other participants." Elementary

To read more feedback and learn about the course, visit the Institute's

Registration closes: March 11, 2002.
Course schedule: March 18 through May 13, 2002
Fee: $180 ($40 for graduate credit from Antioch University - Seattle)
For course information and online registration:

Or contact:
Oreoluwa Somolu, Gender & Diversities Institute
Email: osomolu@edc.org

For other information and questions regarding the course, contact:
Craig P. Flood, Ed.D.
Course Developer and Instructor
Gender & Diversities Institute
Email: cflood49@nycap.rr.com

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