The Changes in Feeling of Being Supported, Skills, and Skills in Their Classes of Victimized Relationship-Improved Group
The Purpose of the present study was to examine which scale appears the difference between those who victimized-Relationship improved and those who not, in aspect of teachers' support, friends' support, and pro-social mood in the class. Participants in this study, 1165 Elementary pupils and Junior High School Students completed ASSESS; Adaptation Scale for School Environments on Six Spheres.
The present results suggest that teachers' support and friends' support Improved Victimized Relationship, in Elementary school. Further study must be needed to scale more specific skills in a class. Also, this article is focusing on the factor of Improving Victimized Relationship, but in the future, another level of study in aspect of Preventative and Developmental and its way to evaluation must be considered.
Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part 1, Learning and curriculum development
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