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JUVENILE & YOUNG PEOPLE NONFICTION

 

YP    355.0082    S789wo

Stanley, Sandra Carson. WOMEN IN THE MILITARY. c1993.

 

 


PROFESSIONAL RESOURCES

 

P.R.    016.8    B344le

Bauermeister, Erica.  LET'S HEAR IT FOR THE GIRLS: 375 GREAT BOOKS FOR READERS 2-14.

 

P.R.    027.626    F233in

Farmer, Lesley S. J.  INFORMING YOUNG WOMEN: GENDER EQUITY THROUGH LITERACY SKILLS. c1996.

 

P.R.    155.4    C536

Leaper, Campbell,& William, Damon, Editors.CHILDHOOD GENDER SEGREGATION: CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES. c1994.

 

P.R.    305.3    G525

Clark, Beverly Lyon. Editor.  GIRLS, BOYS, BOOKS, TOYS : GENDER IN CHILDREN'S LITERATURE AND CULTURE.  Discusses how the gender symbolism of children's culture is constructed and and resisted. c2000.

 

P.R.    306.43    G325

Clark, Ann, editor.  GENDER IN THE SECONDARY CURRICULUM: BALANCING THE BOOKS. c1998.

 

P.R.    370.117    M961

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.  MULTICULTURAL AND GENDER EQUITY IN THE MATHEMATICS CLASSROOM: THE GIFT OF DIVERSITY. c1997.

 

P.R.    370.19345    G325

Bank, Barbara J.editor. GENDER, EQUITY, AND SCHOOLING: POLICY AND PRACTICE. c1997.

 

P.R.    370.19345    G325g

Kleinfeld, Judith & Yerian, Suzanne, EDITOR. GENDER TALES: TENSIONS IN THE SCHOOLS. c1995.

 

P.R.  370.19345  G163so

Gallas, Karen.  "SOMETIMES I CAN BE ANYTHING": POWER, GENDER, AND IDENTITY IN A PRIMARY CLASSROOM. c1998.

 

P.R    370.19345    H242ge

Hanmer, Trudy J. THE GENDER GAP IN SCHOOLS: GIRLS LOSING OUT. c1996.

 

P.R. 370.19345 S338to

Schlank, Carol. TOGETHER AND EQUAL FOSTERING COOPERATIVE PLAY AND PROMOTING GENDER EQUITY IN EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS. c1997.

 

P.R.    158.2    K19ne

Kaser, Joyce S. A NEW ATTITUDE: LIFE LESSONS FOR RETURNING WOMEN. c1992.

 

P.R.    305    S361op

Schniedewind, Nancy. OPEN MINDS TO EQUALITY: A SOURCEBOOK OF LEARNING ACTIVITIES TO PROMOTE RACE, SEX, CLASS AND AGE EQUITY.c1983.

 

P.R.    305.3    C912

Raines, Bonnie. Project Director. CREATING SEX-FAIR FAMILY DAY CARE: A GUIDE FOR TRAINERS. c1991.

 

P.R.    305.3    N712ch

Nilsen, Alleen Pace. CHANGING WORDS IN A CHANGING WORLD.  Education Development Center, c1980.

 

P.R.    370.1934    A512

Kumagai, Gloria L. Project Director. AMERICA'S WOMEN OF COLOR: INTEGRATING CULTURAL DIVERSITY INTO NON-SEX-BIASED CURRICULA. c1982.

 

P.R.    370.19345    H811ac

Horgan, Dianne D. ACHIEVING GENDER EQUITY STRATEGIES FOR THE CLASSROOM. c1995.

 

P.R.    370.1934    P728eg

Plihal, Jane. EQUITY IN VOCATIONAL EDUCATION: A STUDY OF MEANING.  c1987.

 

P.R.    370.19341    E22sc

Eder, Donna. SCHOOL TALK: GENDER AND ADOLESCENT CULTURE.

c1995.

 

P.R.    370.19345    A159di

Abraham, John.  DIVIDE AND SCHOOL:GENDER AND CLASS DYNAMICS IN COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION. c1995.

 

P.R.    370.19345    A264

Young, Wathene. Project Director. A-GAY-YAH: A GENDER EQUITY CURRICULUM FOR GRADES 6-12. c1992.

 

P.R. 370.19345 A816

ASETS:ACHIEVING SEX EQUITY THROUGH STUDENTS MANUAL.

c1987?.

 

P.R.    370.19345    B812sh

Brady, Jeanne.  SCHOOLING YOUNG CHILDREN: A FEMINIST PEDAGOGY FOR LIBERATORY LEARNING. c1995

 

P.R.    370.19345     E64

EQUITY LESSONS FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. c1982

 

P.R.    370.19345    M131cr

McCormick, Theresa Mickey. CREATING THE NONSEXIST CLASSROOM: A MULTICULTURAL APPROACH. c1994.

P.R.    371.822    G325

American Association of University Women. GENDER GAPS: WHERE SCHOOLS STILL FAIL OUR CHILDREN. "c1999.

 

P.R.    373.236    F494ju

Finders, Margaret.  JUST GIRLS: HIDDEN LITERACIES AND LIFE IN JUNIOR HIGH: Teachers College Press, c1997.

 

P.R.    370.19345    O14

Sadker, Myra. OBSERVER'S MANUAL FOR INTERSECT: INTERACTIONS FOR EQUITY IN CLASSROOM TEACHING. c1982?

 

P.R.    372.7    A227e

Research and Educational Planning Center,University of Nevada. ADD-VENTURES FOR GIRLS: BUILDING MATH CONFIDENCE: ELEMENTARY TEACHER'S GUIDE/ c1990.

 

P.R.    373.236    F494ju

Finders, Margaret.  JUST GIRLS: HIDDEN LITERACIES AND LIFE IN JUNIOR HIGH.  c1997.

 

P.R.    379.26    M66

David Johnson, editor.  MINORITIES AND GIRLS IN SCHOOL: EFFECTS ON ACHIEVEMENT AND PERFORMANCE. c1997.

 

P.R.     507.1   S628ho

Skolnick, Joan. HOW TO ENCOURAGE GIRLS IN MATH & SCIENCE: STRATEGIES FOR PARENTS AND EDUCATORS. c1982.

 

P.R    510    H251te

Hanson, Katherine. TEACHING MATHEMATICS EFFECTIVELY AND EQUITABLE TO FEMALES. c1992.

 

P.R.    510.7    A227j

Franklin, Margaret .Project Director. ADD-VENTURES FOR GIRLS: BUILDING MATH CONFIDENCE: JUNIOR HIGH TEACHER'S GUIDE.  c1990.

 

P.R.    510.7    D489

Brown, Susan C. Project Director. DEVELOPING MATH LEARNING SKILLS: A PARALLEL SUPPORT FOR THE MATH-ANXIOUS COLLEGE STUDENT.  c1989.

 

P.R.    510.7    H315co

Harris, Mary.  COMMON THREADS: WOMEN, MATHEMATICS AND WORK. 

 

P.R.    510.7    M663

Genshaft, Judy & Naglieri Jack. Project Directors.  MINDSET FOR MATH: TECHNIQUES FOR IDENTIFYING AND WORKING WITH MATH ANXIOUS GIRLS. c1987.

 

 


MEDIA

 

VCR    305.3    S518

SEXUAL STEREOTYPES IN MEDIA: SUPERMAN AND THE BRIDE. [videorecording] (37 min.) Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Inc., c1993

 

VCR    370.19345    G525

GIRLS CAN! [videorecording] (16min. 29 Sec.)Galloway Productions for the American Association of University Women Educational Foundation, c1994.

 

VCR  370.19345  S559

SHORTCHANGING GIRLS, SHORTCHANGING AMERICA [videorecording] (18 min., 58 sec.) /Podesta Associates, Inc.  Washington, D.C.: American Association of University Women,  c1991.

 

 


REFERENCE

 

REF    016.37    S862ge

Stitt, Bevery A.  GENDER EQUITY IN EDUCATION: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY.  c1994.

 

REF    028.16    O23gr

Odean, Kathleen.  GREAT BOOKS FOR GIRLS: MORE THAN 600 BOOKS TO INSPIRE TODAY'S GIRLS AND TOMORROW'S WOMEN. c1997.

 

 

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