Peer Bullying in Classes According to Teachers' Classroom Management Profiles

Yurtal F. , Yaşar M.

SDU International Journal of Educational Studies, vol.5, no.2, pp.64-75, 2018 (Other Refereed National Journals)

  • Publication Type: Article / Article
  • Volume: 5 Issue: 2
  • Publication Date: 2018
  • Title of Journal : SDU International Journal of Educational Studies
  • Page Numbers: pp.64-75


In  this  study,  classroom  management  profiles  of  classroom  teachers  and  the  frequency  of  peer bullying their classes were determined; The relationship between classroom management profiles and  the  frequency  of  bullying  is  examined.  For  this  purpose,  Classroom  Management  Profile Scale  and  Peer  Victimization  Scale  were  applied  to  422  class  teachers,  201  (47.6%)  female  and 221  (52.4%)  male  who  volunteered  to  participate  in  the  research.  One-way  analysis  of  variance (ANOVA)  and  Scheffe  test  of  Post-Hoc  tests  were  performed.  According  to  the  results  of  the research, it was found that the class teachers used the most Authoritative Classroom Management Profile.  It  has  been  concluded  that  the  frequency  of  bullying  among  classroom  teachers  with Authoritative  Classroom  Management  Profiles  is  low.  It  has  been  determined  that  the  frequency of   the   appearances   of   bullying   according   to   the   profiles   were   found   as   Authoritative, Authoritarian, Laissez-Faire and Indifferent Classroom Management Profiles.Key words:Classroom management, Classroom management profiles, Peer bullying, Classrooom teacher