The effect of teacher-made Gender discrimination on students learning process
Purpose: this research has been conducted to investigate the impact or effect of teacher-made gender discrimination on students learning process.
Methodology: this research, to be better analyzed, ran through two processes: a quantitative process (questionnaire) and a qualitative process (interview). The data collected have been investigated first statistically by SPSS and then logically and rationally.
In this research, 100 students containing 50 females and 50 males, who have been in a coeducational environment, are observed.
Findings: the research showed that male students experienced gender discrimination, especially teacher-made gender discrimination, more than female students, but the negative effect of teacher-made gender discrimination was more on females. Male students could ignore gender discrimination in most cases.
Keywords: Learning, gender discrimination, teacher-made gender discrimination