11 SES 08 B, Paper Session
Researches showed that truancy, absenteeism, fighting, stealing and drug addiction among others as typical examples of disciplinary problems experienced in the study area. Some explain it as merely a shock due to the development of students (Ulrich, 1981). Willis (1979) and Tillmann (2005)'s researches, among others the analysis of socialization in school have pointed out on numerous occasions that the basic expectations of obedience and good behavior established by the school and the teachers are in conflict independence needs felt by students. Debarbieux and colleagues (1999, ch. 6) and Blaya (2005, 84-85) say it is a great cause that image to understand the school as a unit project, has become illusory.Studies (Peiró, ECER 2007, and others) revealed home, political, social and economic, school environment, school curriculum and peer group (Temitayo & others, 2013) influence among others as the causes of disciplinary problems. Hyndman and Thorsborne (1993) maintain that there are numerous aspects of the school environment and infrastructure that contribute to bullying behaviours. Examples include the sense of competitiveness that is frequently endorsed by school, accepted levels of violence on the playing field, and discipline that is exercised through teacher dominance (Askew, 1989; Caruthers, 1990; Slee, 1988; Woods, 1990).
The solution is not to apply an authoritarian model (Sánchez, 2014), As mentioned in another ECER (Peiró, 2010), Tolman (1998), González et alii (2013), Grasha, etc. identified five disciplinary teaching styles. But is this enough ?; no we need to find out a little more the way of requiring students to be required himself for teachers, if there is justice in the approach to the role of teachers, etc.?
González, M., López, A. y Pino, M. (2013). Análisis psicométrico de una escala sobre estilos de enseñanza (ESEE). Enseñanza & teaching, 31, 1, 181-198 Peiró, S. (2010) Cultural values crisis, and teachers’ discipline attitudes styles. EERA, Helsinki. Education and Cultural Change. Rojas, A. & Lambrecht, N. Construyendo autoridad moral desde las aulas. Santiago, OREALC/UNESCO. Sánchez, M. L. (2014). Disciplina, autoridad y malestar en la escuela. Revista Iberoamericana de Educación. http://www.rieoei.org/opinion38.htm TALIS (2009). http://www.lasprovincias.es/v/20110116/opinion/autonomia-escolar-talis-pisa-20110116.html Tahull Fort, J.; Montero Plaza, Y. (2015). Malestar en la escuela. Conflictos entre profesores. Educar, Vol. 51, Nº 1, 2015, págs. 169-188 Tillman, L. (2005). Mentoring new teachers: Implications for leadership practice in an urban school. Educational Administration Quarterly, 43(4), 609-629. Temitayo,O; Nayaya, M. A. & Lukman, A. A. (2013). Management of Disciplinary Problems in Secondary Schools: Jalingo. Global Journal Of Human Social Science; Vol13, Issue 14. Metropolis in Focus Ulrich, (1981) en Speck & Whele: Conceptos fundamentales de Pedagogía, Barcelona, Herder, p.75 Willis, P. (1979). Learning to labor: How working class kids get working class jobs. Adlershot, Hampshire, England, Saxon-House.
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