Resource Area For Teaching

Дата публикации: 2017-10-23 00:54

The good news is that the gender wage gap is shrinking, if slowly. In 6975, white women earned 75 cents on the dollar. Now, women are more educated and more experienced, and society in general is more aware of the gap than ever before. Companies like Pinterest and Salesforce have made headlines vowing to close the gap within their own walls President Obama has pushed for employers to make compensation more transparent to employees. So why is budging the needle on equal pay taking so long?

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The study highlights an important disconnect: If your boss believes you will leave the workforce in the foreseeable future to have kids, chances are he or she will pass over you for promotions and additional responsibility and instead invest in the men who they think will be around for the long haul. And that translates into less money over the course of a career.

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To add insult to injury, a new study found that as women become more educated and experienced and enter traditionally male-heavy jobs, the pay declines for the job overall. The reverse, too, is true: While computer programming used to be an unglamorous, predominantly female job, it 8767 s now one of the most lucrative careers in the ., and is almost exclusively male.

But most of Mr Lemov’s techniques are meant to increase the number of pupils in a class who are thinking and the amount of time that they do so. Techniques such as his “cold call” and “turn and talk”, where pupils have to explain their thoughts quickly to a peer, give the kinds of cognitive workouts common in classrooms in Shanghai and Singapore, which regularly top international comparisons.

The result is a phenomenally effective way of helping riders develop both feel and influence. Talent really can be taught!

Mr Steiner notes, though, that it is not yet clear whether these new teachers are “school-proof”: effective in schools that lack the intense culture of feedback and practice of places like Match. This is a big caveat: across the OECD two-thirds of teachers believe their schools to be hostile to innovation.

Mary Wanless is an internationally renowned coach, and is the author of the 'Ride With Your Mind' books, which have been translated into many languages. She has also authored 8 DVDs. She coaches riders at all levels, from relative novices to two of the top twelve US dressage riders, and some of the Canadian eventing squad. She has . degrees in both Physics and Applied Sports Coaching, and holds the BHSI certificate.

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