Today’s poll: Should boys and girls be offered different learning strategies?

Educationist Tim Oates has claimed tackling boys’ underachievement by teaching them differently from girls is “absolutely wrong”, but do you agree with this or think that, to close the gap, different approaches and strategies should be offered?

 

Should boys and girls be offered different learning strategies?

 

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Comments

  1. 3Jessem

    SchoolsImprove perhaps more useful to offer pupils with different learning styles varying strategies? Splitting by sex too simplistic.

  2. MikesuziNZ

    SchoolsImprove Definitely in younger years, walk into a yr R class and see what they are doing. It is an important part of raise online

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