It is because they did not learn how to cooperate with other sex when they were young. There is no way to refute this because my opponent has provided no sources, no evidence, and no examples of this happening. Although most teenagers should be fine whilst working with a member of their opposing gender, chances are most students would prefer to work with members of their gender. Boys are better at some things than girls. My opponent says that with experience teachers can pick up on learning techniques, however 3. In the western countries, there is no separation between boys and girls in the schools.
Imagine a case where a boy does not want to look stupid so he doesn't ask questions. The barrier between boys and girls only excites in them keener ties ire to know each-other. It also introduces students to both male and female role models, and leaves them with a wider, more diverse network of friends. Both are urged and inspired to a more fruitful intellectual exertion than is the case in separate institutions for boys and girls. Co-education institutions help in laying the foundation for both the genders to learn how to co-exist with respect and dignity. As auditory learners, they perform well in classroom settings that demand attention to teacher instructions.
They also participate in sports, dramatics and debates more freely. Islam has clear vision that human beings clearly develop other intentions when together. Using 829 brain scans gathered over two years from 387 subjects from 3 to 27 years old, researchers found several remarkable differences. Co-education provides a more realistic way of training young people to take their places naturally in the wider community of men and women: it helps to break down gender misconceptions and provides an excellent foundation for the development of realistic, meaningful and lasting relationships in later life. When they grow up and get the job, they cannot work with the opposite sex.
Co-education ordinarily means the studying of boys and girls together in the same institution. During that time coeducation was practiced in ancient India. Actually, it does not mean that all girls are better at those things and all boys are better at those things. Opponents say that boys and girls are different in learning. Teasing and fights will not happen because they are same sex. Therefore, co-ed schools can help cooperation between boys and girls.
It is an interesting part to look at, but it does not appear to be completely justifiable. These results suggest that children are strongly affected when the surrounding environment makes gender divisions explicit, even though they are already well aware of gender, Liben says. The dreams of a golden India can only be realized when boys and girls make joint efforts to contribute their full quota of energy and knowledge to build a united India. Bigler adds, however, that as public single-sex schools increasingly begin to offer admission based on a lottery system, opportunities for more effective studies on the topic should emerge. This is very essential in an institution set up as well as it will have a huge impact on their personal front for the people of opposite sex to behave well with each other. Therefore, co-ed schools can provide ability to get over obstacles.
Obviously, we cannot trust a source such as this. However, they should learn together if they are different in learning. Co-education is not a modern experiment in India. Co-education will help young boys and girls to mix freely and understand one another better. They become more broad-minded and tolerant towards the opposite gender.
Single sex schools may be a major turn-off for heterosexual students who believe that their dating options will be severely limited. By having a teacher grouping up males students with female students, they are most likely not going with their preferences, and therefore it means they are forced to cooperate. The tendency to typecast girls into rigid categories - God mother, glamour doll or passive servant - must go away immediately if women have semblance of chance to walk on equal terms in the society. Halpern, PhD, a psychology professor at Claremont McKenna College who has served as an expert witness in several federal court cases on single-sex education in public schools. Many are the advantages of Co-education.
By doing group projects with the opposite sex, they can understand each other and learn about each other. Even though gender equality is been respected and nurtured in all parts of the world, there are still thousands of doubts raised about having a co-education in schools, colleges etc. They found that children in the classrooms in which teachers avoided characterizations by sex showed no change in responses or behaviors. My opponent pro must affirm this resolution and I con must negate it. The healthy and invigorating relationship between them will be of immense value to the making of a new India.
On the other hand, some research seems to suggest that. An emotional involvement at an early stage can come with lot of baggage that can force a child to deviate from their goals. Amy Novotney is a writer in Chicago. This means that in order for single-sex schooling to improve performance, teachers must be educated on teaching kids of only one gender. So, they should know how to fight against them when they are young. Co-education is normal for western societies but it is a topic of great debate in Muslim countries. He felt that co-education was the only method to make both men and women useful members of society.