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  1. National College Barbu StirbeiUNESCO Associated School Calarasi, ROMANIA Avoiding or Dealing with Conflicts at School Understanding Conflict and Artistic Approaches to Peacebuilding Bilateral project 2010/2011

  2. Survey information: • Date: 4-15 October • No. of interviewed students: 202 students (29% of the no. of students from this highschool) 90 students (14-15 years) 29 students (15-16 years) 53 students (17-18 years) 30 students (18 years)

  3. Do conflicts interfere with the learning process?

  4. Students consider that the problems in this school are caused by: • Expectance of being competitive: b) Intolerance between students and adults:

  5. c) Intolerance between students: d) Deficient communication:

  6. e) Anger and/or frustration: f) Rumors: g) Problems brought in the school from the outside:

  7. Type and frequency of conflicts experimented by students in this school: a) Insults/Ironies: b) Threats:

  8. c) Intolerance for differences: d) Lack of property: e) Group membership:

  9. f) Rumors: g) Problems brought in the school from the outside: h) Fights:

  10. i) Contradictory discussions: j) Others:

  11. The efficiency of methods that can motivate students to change their behavior-in students` vision- • Warning: it has influence on behavior b) Reprimand: it has low efficiency, even if they can influence student behavior c) Talking with a teacher tutor: influences students` behavior and has a moderately effective

  12. d)Suspension: there were conflicting responses e) Contacting parents: influences student behavior and its efficiency is one of the highest recorded f) Expulsion: students believe that it influences behavior

  13. Influence of different groups in the way the school functions:

  14. In this school, students consider that they are generally: a) properly treatedb) treated with respectc) treated with equal chancesd) treated with compassione) accepted

  15. “Am I allowed to solve problems that affect me?”:

  16. This school would do a better job if it learnt students how to: • tell other people what are their problems • b) disapprove without annoying the other person • c) respect authority • d) control anger • e) ignore someone who is annoying • f) solve problems with other students

  17. The counseling can be based on: • Encouraging students to tell the others what their problems are. • Advising students to respect the authority. • Helping the students to control their anger. • Suggesting them to solve their problems with other students.

  18. If they need help, students think they can obtain it from: a) A parent: certainly 63% b) A brother/sister: irresolute c) Another member of the family: irresolute d) A teacher: probably 52% e) An adviser: probably 53% f) Another member of the school's employees: no 55% g) Another adult: probably 50% f) Another student: probably 55%

  19. Students think that this school has • More problems than the majority of schools: 2% • The same number of problems as the other schools: 46% • Less problems than the majority of schools: 52%

  20. Questionnaires have been applied by:Teachers Marinela Dinca Irina Constantin Gili Dumitrescu Gabriela Serban Monica Parapiru Lab. Monica Dumitru

  21. Students: Irene Aloman Ana Baicu Alexandra Chelaru Claudia Dinescu Madalina Dobre Roxana Pavel Irina Andronescu Doinita Blebea Simona Constantin Silvia Iordan Valentina Matei Adrian Popescu Teachers: Irina Constantin Gili Dumitrescu Lab. Madalina Teodorescu Presentation made by: Teacher Irina Constantin Students: Simona Constantin Ioana Iancu Processing of questionnaires had been done by:

  22. Thank you for your attention! November, 2010