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Economic Change Effects on Men And Implications for the Education of Boys The Boys Initiative Washington, DC May 17, 2011 Tom Mortenson Senior Scholar The Pell Institute for the Study of Opportunity in Higher Education Higher Education Policy Analyst Postsecondary Education OPPORTUNITY.

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Economic Change Effects on Men

And Implications for the Education of Boys

The Boys Initiative

Washington, DC

May 17, 2011

Tom Mortenson

Senior Scholar

The Pell Institute for the Study of Opportunity in Higher Education

Higher Education Policy Analyst

Postsecondary Education OPPORTUNITY

Intro
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Worlds of Change for Men:

  • Lives of men
  • Worlds of work
  • Males in school and college
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Worlds of Change for Men:

  • Lives of men
  • Worlds of work
  • Males in school and college
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Worlds of Change for Men:

  • Lives of men
  • Worlds of work
  • Males in school and college
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Final

Resources:

www.theboysinitiative.org

www.postsecondary.org

tom@postsecondary.org

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Worlds of Change for Men:

  • Lives of men
  • Worlds of work
  • Males in college
  • Male voices
seven principles of good practice
Seven Principles of Good Practice

Seven Principles of Good Practice

In Undergraduate Education

  • Encourage student-faculty contact
  • Develop reciprocity and cooperation among students
  • Encourage active learning
  • Give prompt feedback
  • Emphasize time on task
  • Communicate high expectations
  • Respect diverse talents and ways of knowing

Source: Chickering and Gamson (1987)