All classes will be mixed gendered classes (male and female together).


11525253867150All classes will be mixed gendered classes (male and female together).

Wafa Al Saeedi


0All classes will be mixed gendered classes (male and female together).

Wafa Al Saeedi


0-3175Introduction: Put on the blue hat and answer the following:

What is the proposal?

All classes will be mixed gendered classes (male and female together).

What is the current situation regarding this policy? Give a reason why this policy change or new policy is needed.

There are few mix classes in that has both gender in the same class. It is ideal that the mixture between male and female at various universities in the UAE has been encouraged for more than a decade now. The higher the number of male and female mix at the universities is what adds to the quality of education in the UAE. In addition, the universities have also implemented policies that are able to accommodate this changes in education.

Analysis: 6 Thinking Hats

Facts, Information, Survey results Currently, gender orientation run normally works so long stretches of overwhelmingly male talk are trailed by short blasts of all-female talk, which is described by a generally high extent of covering remarks. Throughout the span of a class hour the inclination of men to talk finally (and the lesser probability that they will be intruded on) leads, on account of male-dominant part classes with male educators, to a male-commanded hour – a wonder that is strengthened by the propensity of women to talk less every now and again, all the more quickly, and to cover each other’s remarks

Survey results: based on the survey male student’s incline to more prominent chattiness than female students headed us to question whether male teachers may be more garrulous than female educators. Both genders discuss the same measure of time: that is, educators possessed 42% of the class hour as a rule, talking around 4500 words. Modes of verbal conduct that are professedly sex based, for example, subordination toward oneself (evidently a female characteristic) or aggressiveness (apparently a male quality) depend less on an educator’s sex than on specific identities and the quantity of years that educators have taught. In opposition to well-known thoughts, no discourse trademark we analyzed uncovered itself to be run of the mill of either sexual orientation

Feelings, emotions, intuition Positives: Gender balance in class will lead to development and growth towards academic excellence. It I ideal students are for the case that both gender education in the same class is ideal for academic welfare. In addition, the other stakeholders such as the government is also in support of the proposal.

Negatives: The state is not ready to push on laws that favor the growth and development of equality in mixed classroom where both men and women study. Contrary most parents in the UAE are not in favor of the case that both gender should be allowed be in the same place and share the same academic resources.

Cautions, risks, dangers, problems Based on the students’ perspective, there is no risk to study on board with both sex in the same class. It is clear that mixed education is more favorable to the both the gender hence an added advantage and also a merit to the students as they can also be able to have academic gains.

To the parents, they consider that mixed education is a risky affair, they consider that the mix can cause various negative issues such as early pregnancies and education failures.

The universities and colleges are also on the eve of ensuring that caution is adhered to the quality of education. This is attributed or supported with changes in education policies are procedures to support mixed education and the dangers of such education.

Positives, value, benefits To the students, they are various benefits that come with mixed education between male and female. The ability to share this information is credible in a classroom setting hence able to persuade quality in education.

The other benefit that come with such as issue is the idea that sharing of classroom amid male and female students is that they can be able to share the difference in education hence able to highlight they academic potentials are as well as weaknesses.

On the other hand, other parents view that the mixed education between male and female is a step towards social cohesion and integration.

Creativity, possibilities, alternatives, new ideas There are various creative ideas that this systems of education can be attributed to. Advanced use of technologies one of the ways that will help mixed system of education to take the next level. This is an added advantage to all the stakeholders.

0-3175Recommendations: Put on the blue hat and make recommendations.

Highlight your recommendation below.

Accept the Proposal

Accept the Proposal with some changes

Reject the Proposal

Explain your answer in detail (refer back to the six thinking hats).

I consider that this proposal is one of the best proposals because it helps in education changes. The old tradition of education whereby male and female studied differently is the thing of the past hence the new system is able to add value to education and academic achievements. I consider that the facts supported is in accordance to the facts at hand. The survey will help in future analysis as well as result. The feelings of all stakeholders are in support of the view that mixed education should be supported. The risk or the dangers of this type of education are less hence the systems in applicable. I consider that this systems has various values if implemented. I also consider that they are various creativities are in place to support the systems.


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