The F??y Andr??s memberschoolâ in the southern part of N?³gr??d county city B??tonyterenyeâ is a complex institution with more than a hundred-year-old tradition.
At present about 300 students are studying in 10 classes in several training
Our project " Is it a female or a male job "
Keywords : male, female, traditional, job orientation, possibility, opportunity
Descriptions of methods : The teacher gives instructions for students about jobs: welder, locksmith, turner, dressmaker, hairdresser, waiter, cook, teacher, doctor, lawyer, secretary, manager, nurse, ï¼ She / he asks them what they would like to choose. Why ? What are their motivations ? Everybody makes a list, after they collect it for 2 .boys and girls.
The training context : Job orienting is very important in the secondary school level. At a policy level all courses are (or should be) open to all students, regardless of gender.
Job orienting is very important in the secondary school level. At a policy level all courses are open to all students, regardless of gender. However, attracting girls to vocational education courses historically non traditional to their gender is considered to be important because of the higher wages earned in technical occupations dominated by males. The only change in the top five is the order: secretaries, cashiers, managers and administrators, registered nurses, and bookkeepers. However, a closer look shows small increases of women moving into optometry, engineering, fire fighting, farming, and accounting, for example. The possible causes for the persistent sex segregation in vocational programs are multiple