2 edition of Psychological harassment among Ontario secondary school teachers. found in the catalog.
Psychological harassment among Ontario secondary school teachers.
Yvonne Sandy Bienko
Written in English
This qualitative study, using semi-structured interviews and an interview guide, examines the perceptions of six Ontario secondary school teachers who have experienced workplace psychological harassment, and identifies the characteristics and effects of this problem, the coping mechanisms employed, and victims" awareness and effectiveness of related policies and procedures. Using convenience sampling, volunteer participants consisted of Ontario secondary school teachers who had experienced psychological harassment by a superior and/or colleague within the past two years. Interviews were transcribed and analyzed according to the research questions" key variables. The results indicate psychological harassment is predatory and dispute-related, escalatory, and can include a single incident; affects victims psychologically, physiologically, and behaviourally; affects school operations, student development, and absenteeism; that third party intervention and exit are the most effective coping mechanisms to stop harassment, that victims are largely unaware of related policies and procedures, and that these are largely ineffective.
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In addition, official reports of sexual harassment vastly understate its occurrence on campus. Harassment and assault can have long lasting physical and psychological damaging impact.
They contribute to a hostile and unsafe environment at an institution. It impacts the ability of a survivor to learn or continue to attend the institution. In high school I find friends, join a nerdy club, etc. Life is getting better, but the bullying from other classmates gets worse, and I drop out of school and switch to independent study.
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Journal of Shandong Nnormal University (Humanities and Social Sciences), 49, 21 – Ontario elementary school educators (contract and occasional teachers, PSP/ESPs, ECEs/DECEs, and other educational professionals) were asked about their experiences of a broad range of workplace harassment (e.g., slurs, insults, and put-downs) as well as threats, attempts, and acts of physical aggression in the.
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advisor. Belonging to a Positive Peer Group. This article provides an analysis of teachers' perceptions of and responses to gendered harassment in Canadian secondary schools based on in-depth interviews with six teachers in one urban school district.
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We found that 83% of girls and 60% of boys receive unwanted sexual attention in school. A study found 54 per cent of teachers experienced one or more violent acts in Harassment is out of control, too, with 72 per cent reporting incidents. ASCD Customer Service.
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Work Environment Most postsecondary teachers work in public and private colleges and universities, professional schools, and junior or community colleges. 43% of teachers are the target of workplace harassment and threats Only one-tenth of these teachers will fill out the necessary reporting form.
57% of teachers are not aware of the notification process regarding student violence Per cent of teachers who are very familiar with the following policies, plans, and forms regarding school violence.
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In addition, school life is very different. Now there are multiple teachers to get used to, more study responsibilities to take care of, increased hall travel between classes, lockers for storing. Example: A high school drama teacher tells a student that if she engages in sexual activity with the teacher, she will be given the lead part in a school play.
The student agrees to participate in the sexual act but without desiring to do so. The drama teacher thus has limited the student’s ability to benefit from the school’s education program by conditioning the benefit of.
Sexual harassment in education in the United States is an unwelcome behavior of a sexual nature that interferes with an American student's ability to learn, study, work or participate in school activities.
It is common in middle and high schools in the United States. Sexual or gender harassment is a form of discrimination under Title IX of the Education Amendments of Although most respondents did not think that sexual harassment by teachers was frequent or serious in their high schools, half cited examples of such incidents involving other students.
Approximately 6% of the respondents reported having personally experienced sexually inappropriate attention from high school teachers. Report the sexual assault or harassment to a school official, including a professor, teacher, coach or faculty member. But be aware that if you tell a teacher, professor, coach, or school official about sexual assault or harassment, they are required, under other laws, to report it to a higher-up person at your school.
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