Year Published: 2006

Author: Georgia Hall, Ph.D.

Reprinted with permission from School-Age Notes, the most trusted publisher and provider of quality, innovative resources designed to elevate the skills of adults who create learning opportunities for children and youth.

The youth we serve in afterschool programs wear blue jeans and genes of another kind genetics! To work most effectively with children and youth it is helpful to remember how our nature impacts the ways we approach life and learning. Afterschool professionals can benefit from the research data investigating the value of single-sex learning environments by understanding the different genetic and learned ways in which boys and girls process information, develop socially, and express emotions.

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