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Gender-bias in Educational Practice

  • Gender-bias is seen in educational area when teachers or parents assume something about the talent, potential, capability or preference about a particular gender. Like, boys are expected to have more practical aspect, have rude behavior, expected to have sense of entrepreneurship, less social while girls are assumed to have great communication and social skills and also excel in different arts. Hence, as per this expectance of qualities, the teaching behavior changes. Quiet and studious girls will not be able to counter-question any doubt to their teachers or peers.
  • Also this gender-bias is related to subjects. Boys are considered to understand… (42 more words) …

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