The (Continuing) Gender Debate

Dawne Bell, Chris Hughes, Gwyneth Owen-Jackson

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Abstract

Design and Technology has long held a controversial place on the school curriculum, with some arguing that it shouldn’t be there at all. The (Continuing) Gender Debate presents and questions considered arguments and judgements, it encourages critical reflection and aims to stimulate both novice and experienced teachers to think more deeply about their practice, and link research and evidence to what they have observed in schools, and explores what the design and technology gender divide mean for schools and pupils.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDebates in Design and Technology Education
EditorsGwyneth Owen-Jackson
Place of PublicationOxfordshire
PublisherRoutledge
Pages153-166
ISBN (Print)9780415689052
Publication statusPublished - 2013

Publication series

NameDebates in Subject Teaching

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  • Research Output

    • 1 Citations
    • 1 Poster
    • 1 Article

    Exploring the impact of Technology Enhanced Learning; A Gender Specific Case Study.

    Bell, D., 5 Jun 2015.

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  • Raising Boys' Attainment

    Bell, D. & Wooff, D., Sep 2011, In : D&T Practice: The Design and Technology Publication for the Profession. 5, p. 24-26

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Cite this

    Bell, D., Hughes, C., & Owen-Jackson, G. (2013). The (Continuing) Gender Debate. In G. Owen-Jackson (Ed.), Debates in Design and Technology Education (pp. 153-166). (Debates in Subject Teaching). Routledge. http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415689052/