Title

Bullying in primary schools : teacher and guidance counselor perceptions, anti-bullying strategies and programs

Date of Publication

2007

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Early Childhood Education

College

Br. Andrew Gonzalez FSC College of Education

Department/Unit

Educational Leadership and Management

Thesis Adviser

Ferrer, Ma. Fe A.

Defense Panel Chair

Toledano, Lemuel S.

Defense Panel Member

De Ocampo, Ma. Carolina Gustillo

Abstract/Summary

Bullying is a prevalent, destructive issue that plagues many schools all over the world today. Most researches focus on bullying in general, in all school settings. In light of this, the researcher decided to conduct a study focusing on the bullying situation in primary school aged children, in three specific school environments the coeducational setting, the all girls setting and the all boys setting.

Data was gathered from three different school settings and compared how the data varies in terms of teacher perceptions, types of bullying which usually occur, anti-bullying strategies and programs. Questionnaires were used to aid the process of data gathering. Data acquired was qualitatively categorized and analyzed.

Results showed that teachers and guidance counselors, regardless of school setting, had a common definition of bullying, participants also shared similar attitudes and strategies towards bullying, only one school had a formal, structured anti-bullying program.

Results of the study imply that while teachers and guidance conselors were aware of the presence and occurence of bullying in their schools, schools did not address bullying directly and is often seen as special case which should be dealt with only on a case-to-case basis.

Abstract Format

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Format

Print

Accession Number

TU17209

Shelf Location

Archives, The Learning Commons, 12F Henry Sy Sr. Hall

Physical Description

vii, 78 leaves ; illustration (some color) ; 30 cm.

Keywords

Bullying in schools

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