Aparna Rayaprol It is typical for a teacher to say, “Abhishek looks so confident, and he will make a good leader while Nazneen is so caring and she will be able to handle children well”. Well, nothing is inherently wrong but it leaves an impression on the children that can be extremely damaging.
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Studies in classroom behavior have shown that boys are far more active in the classroom than girls and they usually have no hesitation in initiating a discussion.
Girls on the other hand, are more shy and hesitant.
We do not want children to ask whether women can indeed drive buses; we have to create a normal atmosphere that does not build on those stereotypes that we have ourselves grown up with.
Teachers should not call only the mother of the child for discussions on the children.
They must make efforts to involve both fathers and mothers and not request to speak to the mother alone.
In the classroom an effort must be made to integrate boys and girls and not separate them in the seating arrangements.
Sexual harassment of girls begins extremely early and any attempt to blame the girls for being harassed must be curtailed.
Severe punishments for harassment which cannot be written off as “eve-teasing” (which itself is a sexist concept) must be instituted very early.
Teachers may have to call on the girls consciously to participate and take leadership roles in classroom discussions.
In the organization of group discussions, there must be a mix of the genders rather than segregating them.
Teachers must consciously use he or she, her or him, and alternate between male and female examples.