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Bien-être à l’école revendiqué vs augmentation des violences constatées

Abstract : This article is based on a study for 3 years from 2012 to 2015 in 10 schools of the Diocese Blois as part of a project funded by the Fond Experimental Youth. It is based on the evaluation of the project heard measure the impact of teacher training on welfare at school between T0 and T2. The indicators (feeling of well-being atmosphere between students; relations with the teacher ...) show a positive evolution of the sense of well being from T0 to T2. If all indicators are drawn up, they remain largely dependent on the quality of the teaching staff and teacher / learner relationship. This finding is surprising because, strangely all indicators of violence (verbal harassment, physical violence ...) measured through a self declared such violence survey, are increasing. This raises the question of what might be the links between wellbeing and affirmed increase of reported violence?
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Submitted on : Thursday, December 19, 2019 - 10:51:53 AM
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Sophie Javerlhiac, Jeanne-Maud Jarthon, Dominique Bodin, Eric Debarbieux. Bien-être à l’école revendiqué vs augmentation des violences constatées. Recherches & éducations, Société Binet Simon, 2019. ⟨hal-02418866⟩



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