ERIC Number: ED253146
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1981-Dec
Reference Count: 0
Women's Scholarship: A Curriculum Handbook. A Project for Curriculum Development in Women's Scholarship.
O'Donnell, Sheryl, Ed.; Shaver, Barbara, Ed.
Curriculum and instructional development approaches that are designed to promote scholarship on women are described in 22 articles. The articles, which are based on the Women's Scholarship Project at the University of North Dakota, concern: career planning, women's studies courses, professional studies, research, and the theoretical applications of women's scholarship. The following are among the articles presented: "What Can Be Done to Aid a Woman in Her Career Decision-Making Process" (Jole A. Williams); "Women and Mathematics" (David J. Uherka); "Some Milestones on the Road to Equal Employment Opportunities for Women" (W. Fred Lawrence); "The Issue of Sexism in Multicultural Education" (Janet Goldenstein Ahler); "Integrating Women's Issues into the Course 'Human Behavior in the Social Environment'" (Leola Furman); "Toward Equity in Nursing: The Role of Education" (Sandra L. Warner); "Women in Music Education: Some Perspectives and Prospects for Higher Education" (Barrie Wells); "Women in Society and Culture: An Anthropological Perspective. Resource Guide for Selected Topics and Materials" (Gretchen Chesley Lang); "(History) Politics and the Status of Women in Chile" (Barbara M. Shaver); "Women's Studies: Its Problem and Impact on the Campus and the Professional Associations" (D. N. Khactu). (SW)
Descriptors: Affirmative Action, Career Planning, College Programs, Curriculum Development, Equal Opportunities (Jobs), Females, Higher Education, Instructional Development, Nursing Education, Professional Education, Research Projects, Scholarship, Sex Discrimination, Sex Stereotypes, Womens Studies
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: North Dakota Univ., Grand Forks. Office of Instructional Development.
Identifiers: Chile; University of North Dakota