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Working Papers, Digests, and Other Resources

Teaching Mathematics Effectively and Equitably to Females
Gender & Diversities Institute Research to Action Report
Katherine Hanson

Equity and Careers: Progress and Promise
WEEA Equity Resource Center Digest
Gender and Disability Digest
WEEA Equity Resource Center Digest
25 Years of Title IX: A Brief History
WEEA Equity Resource Center Digest
What About the Boys
WEEA Equity Resource Center Digest
Building Bridges Between Cultures
WEEA Equity Resource Center Digest
Introducing Equity in the Classroom
WEEA Equity Resource Center Digest
Educational Assessment: Honoring Ways of Knowing
WEEA Equity Resource Center Digest
Frequently Asked Questions: Developed by the WEEA Equity Resource Center at EDC, FAQ Packets are a series of frequently asked questions that were developed in response to request for practical, useful information on today's emerging educational issues.  
   

Resources for families and the classroom

Las matemáticas, las ciencias, y su hija
Patricia B. Campbell

Gender Equity for Educators, Parents, and Community
La igualdad de género para educadores, padres, y la communidad
Equity in Education Series: WEEA Equity Resource Center
 
   

Products

 

Promoting Gender Equity in the Science Classroom: A practical guide to accessing and implementing gender-fair strategies
This guide, developed by the WEEA Equity Resource Center, takes the themes and strategies outlined in our online course--Engaging Middle School Girls in Math and Science-- and offers teachers realistic strategies and activities to implement equitable instruction and curriculum in the science classroom.

To order, mail a check for $15.00 (includes shipping and handling) made out to Education Development Center, Inc., in the amount indicated above with a notation in the memo line that says "GDI Books", to:

Gender, Diversities & Technology Institute at EDC,
55 Chapel Street, Newton,
MA 02458-1060.

For questions about ordering, please contact Sarita Nair-Pillai.

   

Science Clubs for Girls: A Guide to Starting Your Own
This brochure was developed to provide the essentials of what made Science Clubs for Girls work.

To order, mail a check for $2.50 or $3.00 individually w/ a 20% discount for multiple orders or 20 (includes shipping and handling) made out to Education Development Center, Inc., in the amount indicated above with a notation in the memo line that says "GDI Books", to:

Gender, Diversities & Technology Institute at EDC,
55 Chapel Street, Newton,
MA 02458-1060.

For questions about ordering, please contact Sarita Nair-Pillai.

   

New Video!

Making schools work for all students
(Winner of the Catalyst Award for Excellence Bronze Award)

   

Gender Healthy/Respectful Schools an award-winning video, was produced and developed by the EEC's Gender, Diversities, & Technology Institute and 7 Generations Video.

The video is approximately 18 minutes. (NOTE: To view Gender-Healthy Schools on your computer, you will need a media player like Real One Player and/or QuickTime Player.)

Gender Healthy/Respectful Schools captures the experiences and lessons learned in a three-year project in Boston and Cambridge, Massachusetts schools. Funding from the Caroline and Sigmund Schott Foundation allowed teacher teams to develop projects that would contribute to the creation of schools in which girls and boys thrive socially, emotional, and academically; pursue interests and build competencies free from gender-biased, stereotypical expectations; and become confident that they can and do make a difference in their world. The video highlights key characteristics of gender healthy/respectful schools.

Individual copies of Gender-Healthy Schools are available at $20 each. They can be ordered from the Gender, Diversities & Technology Institute, EDC, 55 Chapel Street, Newton, MA 02458. Checks should be payable to EDC.

For questions about ordering, please contact Sarita Nair-Pillai.

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