School Improvement by Addressing Bullying: Α Case Study in Greece
Published: 15 December 2021
European Journal of Psychology and Educational Research , Volume 4, pp 69-82; https://doi.org/10.12973/ejper.4.2.69
Abstract: The main purpose of this study case is to investigate the contribution of the school community to the improvement of the school. In that context, a two-phase research was conducted. In the first phase, the self-evaluation process was implemented during the first year of the research with the participation of the school community. An overall picture of the school was created, with its strong and weak points reflected in the school's final self-evaluation report. Upon the completion of the school self-evaluation process the school community decided on the implementation of actions in order to reduce a number of dysfunctional behaviors, such as bullying incidents that occurred in the school on the part of some students. The school actions and the relevant results constituted the second phase of the research work. The results showed that some of the dysfunctional behaviors were found to be decreased to a statistically significant level after action was taken by the school community.
Keywords: Bullying / school community / phase / dysfunctional behaviors / evaluation process / community decided
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