“No, they didn’t!” The group of third-grade students exclaimed. “Yes, they did.
Just to jog our cultural perceptions and remember that cultural norms (including gender norms) are socially constructed and change over time and space.
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Curated by Seth Dixon
I'm a geography professor at Rhode Island College. I tweet @APHumanGeog I welcome suggestions & appreciate meaningful collaboration. http://geographyeducation.org
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