4- Teachers' misbehaviours toward students: Distinction between gender and level of instruction

- Claire Beaumont, Université Laval, Québec, QC, Canada

- Eric Frenette, Université Laval, Québec, QC, Canada

- Danielle Leclerc, Université du Québec À Trois-Rivières, QC, Canada

This article aims to know the nature and prevalence of the staff maltreatment of students, according sex and educational level (elementary, secondary) of students. The study was conducted in Quebec with 54 152 students of primary and secondary school using self-report questionnaire. The results indicate that the abuse (i.e., shouting, humiliating, scornful glances) are experienced in similar proportions by students, regardless of sex or educational level. Conclusions suggest addressing the phenomenon in its whole and proposes to sensitize adults to counterproductive effects of such behavior.

Keywords : Agressivité des enseignants, victimisation par le personnel scolaire, relation enseignant-élève, humiliation à l’école, maltraitance des élèves, staff maltreatment of students, victimization by school staff, teacher misbehavior, teacher aggression, teachers aggressive attitudes .

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