British College celebrates first male graduates in 126 year history

Norland College, the specialist provider of childcare training and education based in Bath, has celebrated the first male degree graduates in the college’s 126 year history, at its annual graduation ceremony. Liam Willett, 21, and Harry Pratt, 21, have become the first males to complete the college’s BA (Hons) degree in Early Years Development and […]

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MenTeach appears on ABC News Good Morning America

MenTeach (represented by Jonathan Maiden and Bryan G. Nelson) appeared on ABC New Good Morning America Story Monday, October 20th, 2008 on a brief segment about the rewards and challenges that men face working with young children. Jonathan Maiden was interviewed at his program in Kentucky, he has worked with children for many years and has presented […]

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In China: Must Your Teacher Be Like You?

Is it important for a male student to be taught by a male teacher? Or a Chinese student to have a Chinese teacher? How about a Christian student being taught only in a convent? Researchers argue that your teacher’s gender, race and identity can affect your learning significantly. That is, the more your teacher is […]

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Male Teachers: How to Teach Boys to Be Better Men

I became a teacher because in high school a close friend of mine was assaulted. She was walking home at night when a man stopped his truck, leapt out, and tried to force her into his vehicle. She fought back with all her strength, but he would have overpowered her if not for another car […]

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MenTeach E-News – October 2018

MenTeach E-News October 2018 1) Scholarships for Minority Males in California 2) Male teachers return to the classroom as better pay, conditions attract surge in enrollments 3) Alma Spikes Elementary in Pocahontas now has their first male elementary school teacher on staff 4) Gender and Power in the American Classroom 5) Can a white teacher […]

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Teacher’s Day: First and only male teacher at Xiaoxihu kindergarten in China

Guo Xinwang tells story for children at the Xiaoxihu kindergarten in Nanjing, capital of east China’s Jiangsu Province, Sept. 6, 2018. Guo, born in 1993 and graduated from the Jiangsu Normal University, became the first and only male teacher of the Xiaoxihu kindergarten three years ago. There are 400 plus male teachers in Nanjing nowadays, […]

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