6- The impacts of the perception of socio-educational environment on aggressive and prosocial behaviours among the students at the end of primary school: An exploratory study

- François Bowen, Université de Montréal, QC, Canada

- Caroline Levasseur, Université de Montréal, QC, Canada

This study investigates the explanatory value of the stability of the students' perception of three major dimensions of the school environment (climates, practices and perceived problems) on their social behavior (self-reported, peer and teachers). This study was conducted among 668 children aged 9 to 12 years (53% boys). The results allow us to identify possible causal links on the influence of the school environment on the social adjustment of students.

Keywords : Environnement socio-éducatif, climat scolaire, pratiques enseignantes, conduites agressives, conduites prosociales, école primaire, socio-educational environment, school climate, teaching practices, aggressive behavior, prosocial behavior, primary school.

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