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Most college students are women [electronic resource] : implications for teaching, learning, and policy / edited by Jeanie K. Allen, Diane R. Dean, and Susan J. Bracken ; foreword by David Sadker.

Contributor(s): Allen, Jeanie K, 1951- | Bracken, Susan J | Dean, Diane R, 1967-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Women in academe series: Publisher: Sterling, Va : Stylus, 2008Edition: 1st ed.Description: 1 online resource (xv, 192 p.).ISBN: 9781435679900 (electronic bk.); 1435679903 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Women -- Education (Higher) -- United States | Women college students -- United States | Sexism in higher education -- United States | EDUCATION -- Higher | Aufsatzsammlung | Diskriminierung | Frau | Hochschule | USAGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Most college students are women.DDC classification: 378.0082 Other classification: 5,3 | DU 6002 | DV 2850 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Introduction: women learners on campus: what do we know and what have we done? / Jeanie K. Allen, Diane R. Dean and Susan J. Bracken -- Feminist and civic education: bridging parallel approaches to teaching and learning / Becky Ropers-Huilman and Betsy Palmer -- Learning partnerships: a gender-inclusive model for undergraduate teaching / Marcia B. Baxter Magolda -- Effective practices in fostering developmental growth in women learners: a view from neurophysiology / Kathleen Taylor and Catherine Marienau -- Women in technology careers / Teri Sosa -- Helping women improve statistics learning online through authentic learning and emotional intelligence / Marilyn K. Simon -- Examining the baggage: first steps toward transforming habits of mind around race in higher education / Crystal Gafford Muhammad and Adrienne D. Dixson -- Is Mona Lisa still smiling? Women and the out-of-class experience / Jeanie K. Allen -- Submerged feminism(s)? Perceptions of adult education student experiences with women's studies scholarship / Susan J. Bracken -- Conclusion: back(lash) to the future / Jeanie K. Allen, Diane R. Dean and Susan J. Bracken.
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Introduction: women learners on campus: what do we know and what have we done? / Jeanie K. Allen, Diane R. Dean and Susan J. Bracken -- Feminist and civic education: bridging parallel approaches to teaching and learning / Becky Ropers-Huilman and Betsy Palmer -- Learning partnerships: a gender-inclusive model for undergraduate teaching / Marcia B. Baxter Magolda -- Effective practices in fostering developmental growth in women learners: a view from neurophysiology / Kathleen Taylor and Catherine Marienau -- Women in technology careers / Teri Sosa -- Helping women improve statistics learning online through authentic learning and emotional intelligence / Marilyn K. Simon -- Examining the baggage: first steps toward transforming habits of mind around race in higher education / Crystal Gafford Muhammad and Adrienne D. Dixson -- Is Mona Lisa still smiling? Women and the out-of-class experience / Jeanie K. Allen -- Submerged feminism(s)? Perceptions of adult education student experiences with women's studies scholarship / Susan J. Bracken -- Conclusion: back(lash) to the future / Jeanie K. Allen, Diane R. Dean and Susan J. Bracken.

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