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Neuroscientist Prof Gina Rippon, of Aston University, Birmingham, says gender differences emerge only through environmental factors and are not innate.

Men and women do not have different brains, claims neuroscientist Prof Gina Rippon claims that any differences in brain circuitry only come about through the ‘drip, drip, drip’ of gender stereotyping

100% of the women of color interviewed in #STEM study experienced gender bias

100% of the women of color interviewed in STEM study experienced gender bias

of the women of color interviewed in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education (STEM) study experienced gender bias

Classroom Earth is an online resource designed to help high school teachers include environmental content in their daily lesson plans. Useful resources on the site include:

Classroom Earth is an online resource designed to help high school teachers include environmental content in their daily lesson plans. Useful resources on the site include:

Looking for resources for teaching about the environment, examples of environmental action projects, or ways to take learning outside? You’ve come to the right place. Explore our list of curated resources for these green approaches to integrated studies.

Outdoor and Environmental Education: Resource Roundup

Looking for resources for teaching about the environment, examples of environmental action projects, or ways to take learning outside? Explore our list of curated resources for these green approaches to integrated studies.

Choosing the gender of your baby

“Stereotypes seem fundamentally stupid. Why would you want to slot people into boxes?” Laxton told her local news outlet, Cambridge News. “It affects what they wear and what they can play with, and that shapes the kind of person that they become.

This short video shows the differences between gender vs sex in social norms.

This short video shows the differences between gender vs sex in social norms.

A lesson for elementary educators on Mo'Ne Davis and gender stereotypes

A lesson for elementary educators on Mo'Ne Davis and gender stereotypes

This picture depicts a good example of the double standards of gender vs sex.   A woman, she wears a mans clothing and people still believe that she is a feminine woman, but if a male were to do the same thing, he would get his "man card" revoked and have social consequences from his fellow peers.

This picture depicts a good example of the double standards of gender vs sex…

Beyond Dolls & Guns: 101 Ways to Help Children Avoid Gender Bias by Susan Hoy Crawford

Beyond Dolls & Guns: 101 Ways to Help Children Avoid Gender Bias by Susan Hoy Crawford

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