TITLE

¿COEDUCACIÓN? MEJOR, MODELOS DIFERENCIADOS

AUTHOR(S)
Gregori, Salvador Peiró I.
PUB. DATE
December 2007
SOURCE
Revista Panamericana de Pedagogía: Saberes y Quehaceres del Ped;2007, Issue 11, p93
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The author systematizes the information, there been so far in that it finished the work: 2005, on the models of mixed and differentiated education. After outlining the basic concepts analytically, he offers the theses of the coeducational system authors. This model's defenders didn't adduce aspects on the academic yield that the author included. He also studies the models from the dimensions of the indiscipline-violence in schools, results in the scholars and their concomitances with regard to the discrimination caused by the mixture of boys and girls, anthropological considerations and experimental analysis in the classrooms. The result is a balance in favour of the separate education people of different sexes. The work concludes in some conclusions and bibliographical references.
ACCESSION #
36604084

 

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