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The Zero programme against bullying: effects of the programme in the context of the Norwegian manifesto against bullying
The anti-bullying programme ‘Zero’ was implemented at 146 Norwegian primary schools. The outcome among pupils was evaluated after 12 months of the total 16-month period using an age-equivalentExpand
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Prevention and Reduction of Behavioural Problems in School: An evaluation of the Respect program
Disobedient pupils, off‐task behaviour, and bullying are common problems in schools in many countries; they interfere with teaching, create an unsafe learning environment, and challenge the staff.Expand
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Aggressiveness and Disobedience
This study aims to conceptualize disobedient pupil behavior within the more general framework of antisocial behavior and to reveal how two forms of aggressiveness are related to disobedience.Expand
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Associations between observed patterns of classroom interactions and teacher wellbeing in lower secondary school
Abstract Classroom observations and teacher self-reports were used to examine the relationships between patterns of teacher–student interactions and the wellbeing of Norwegian lower secondary schoolExpand
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The challenge of continuation: Schools’ continuation of the Respect program
The Respect program is a whole school approach to prevent and reduce problem behavior. The purpose of this study was to investigate which conditions in schools helped them to continue the programExpand
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Back on track: Approaches to managing highly disruptive school classes
Abstract Teaching and learning are at stake when classrooms become highly disruptive and pupils ignore the teacher’s instructions and leadership. Re-establishing teacher authority in a highlyExpand
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Pupil Aggressiveness and Perceptual Orientation towards Weakness in a Teacher Who Is New to the Class.
Abstract In this study we investigated the relations between reactive and proactive aggressiveness in pupils and a perceptual orientation described as interest in signs of weakness in a teacher whoExpand
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