Twist project: Towards Women in Science and Tecnhology
Teachers’ Guide “One Size Fits All” (Twist project)
New study finds girls outperforming boys significantly in digitalskills across the EU and beyond. What lies behind the gendergap in digitalskills? Why are girls more tech-savvy than boys, as found by new study? The International Computer and Information Literacy Study (ICILS). Main findings and implications for education policies in Europe:
Through both eyes: The case for a gender lens in STEM
The ROSE project. An overview and key findings.
The 2015 second-annual U.S. News/Raytheon STEM Index shows gender, racial gaps widen
Increasing Women’s Access to Training in Science and Technology:
Most people think ‘man’ when they think ‘scientist’ – how can we kill the stereotype?
Cultural stereotypes as gatekeepers: increasing girls’ interest in computer science and engineering by diversifying stereotypes
Girls with toys – This is what real scientists look like. By Kate Clancy
Was Gender Bias in Science All Just a Dream? by Eric Iversen
How Elementary School Teachers’ Biases Can Discourage Girls From Math and Science
What happened to women in computer science?
When Women Stopped coding. By STEVE HENN
Ten ways to challenge gender stereotypes in the classroom