Resources from Past Educating Girls Conferences
Nancy Hopkins, MIT
Mirage of Equality: Women in Science, why so few?
Lyn Mikel Brown, Ed.D.
Professor of Education, Colby College, Waterville, ME 04901
- Join The Movement:
Become a SPARK Partner
Join SPARK and PBG on Facebook
Participate in SPARK actions, spread the word!
Download and use SPARKit Activities!
Encourage teen girls to join PBG and become SPARK bloggers
- Go-to Organizations:
- Hardy Girls Healthy Women http://www.hghw.org/
- Powered By Girl http://www.poweredbygirl.org/
- SPARK http://www.sparksummit.com/
- Project Girl http://www.projectgirl.org/
- About-Face http://www.about-face.org/
- Geena Davis Institute http://www.thegeenadavisinstitute.org
- Women, Action and the Media (WAM!) http://www.womenactionmedia.org/
- Paper Dolls: Girls' Ads as Resource - Duane Neil, Art Department Headm The Chapin School
- The Hudson River, Collaborative Teaching, Interdisciplinarity, and Student Learning: A Case Study - Emma Willard School
- Creating a Geometry Classroom Based on the Relational Learning of Girls - Emma Willard
- Empowering Girls Through Embroidery - Jocelyn Russell, Mary McDowell Friends School
- Creating a Common and Safe Format for Difficult Conversations in Schools - Gene Gardino, Chapin School firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sad trash, mad science, new species, no ethics: a cross-disciplinary exploration of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein - Linda Vasu & Victoria Landry, Convent of the Sacred Heart, CT
- Girls' Online Worlds & Transgressive Education: Resource list --
(a Google document; people should feel free to add to it, either under the resource annotations or at the bottom of the page, to extend the conversation. I'll be adding more too - Rebecca Duvall, Brooklyn Heights Montessori School
- Engaging Girls in Feminist Activism - Ileana Jimenez