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Learning Differences Between The Sexes

Course #: EDUC_711T

Semester Credits: 2

Cost: $250.00

During very early development, male sex hormones act so that male brains are organized differently from female brains. Thus boys and girls meet the environment with brains that are wired differently. This course summarizes research on developmental, physical, behavioral, and especially cognitive differences between the sexes. Teachers may change their approaches to the two sexes as a result of completing this course.

This course is applicable towards the following certificate(s):
*Inclusive Classroom Teaching

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