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Book review: Delusions of Gender – Cordelia Fine (part two)

The first part of this review can be found here. It deals with STEM subjects at school and as careers, and neuroscience and how it can, or more likely can not, be applied to explain gender differences. The third section … Continue reading

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Delusions of Gender and my physics classroom (part 1)

Mostly this is a book review of my Easter holiday read: Delusions of Gender: the real science behind sex differences by Cordelia Fine. I’m interested in gender issues generally and have had this near the top of my to read … Continue reading

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Book Review: Punk Learning – Tait Coles

Safe to say I expected to like this book before I started reading it. That’s why I chose it from the pile of education books that have appeared in the school library. ┬áIt appealed to me, as a punk and … Continue reading

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