Because adults are uncomfortable or even feel unprepared to discuss these topics, and control the talk within the classroom, we (teachers and parents) can pretend that children are not learning what it means to be a female or who causes wars from books, the media, and daily life. [...] the teachers' ability to implement the interventions should be examined, since there were uneven results in the degree to which the teachers were able to incorporate and consistently use what they had been taught.
Research Into Practice: Doing What's Best for Children Rebecca P Harlin Journal of Research in Childhood Education; Su
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