Öğretmen Adaylarının Uygulama Okullarındaki Zorbalıkla İlgili Değerlendirmeleri

April 2009
Gazi University Journal of Gazi Educational Faculty (GUJGEF);2009, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p141
Academic Journal
This research examined evaluations of pre-service teachers regarding school bullying. Total of 152 students in a teacher preparation program at Uludag University completed Colorado School Climate Survey. Analysis of the responses revealed that according to pre-service teachers the most frequent bullying type is verbal bullying. Bullies are boys more than girls. Bullying is done more frequently in the classes and speech problems are most important reason of victimization. More than half of the pre-service teachers perceived that intervention of teachers are efficient enough. These findings are discussed in terms of teacher education.


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