Education and Gender from Different Angles is a collection of scientific and practice orientated papers. All contributions can be acknowledged from four different angles: gender and teachers; teaching approaches; labour market outcomes; and sexual education.
The book additionally describes the European project EDGE: Education and Gender. A key aspect of the project was testing curriculum material, developed by the EDGE group, to be used in single and co-educative class groups to find the effects of single-sex education on motivation. The results of this randomized experiment in secondary education forms an additional part of this book.
Dr. Magorzata JARECKA-ZYLUK is an assistant professor in the Institute of Pedagogy and Social Work at Pomeranian University in Supsk, Poland. Her research interests revolve around the notions of cultural, cross-cultural education and gender education.
Dr. Oliver HOLZ holds a master's degree in educational sciences and psychology. He has been residing in Belgium since 2003 and is an assistant professor at the KU Leuven, where he has written various publications on relevant educational subjects.