Prevention and Reduction of Behavioural Problems in School: An evaluation of the Respect program

@article{Ertesvg2007PreventionAR,
  title={Prevention and Reduction of Behavioural Problems in School: An evaluation of the Respect program},
  author={S. K. Ertesv{\aa}g and G. S. Vaaland},
  journal={Educational Psychology},
  year={2007},
  volume={27},
  pages={713 - 736}
}
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. Effective programs involving entire schools to prevent and reduce such problems have already been designed and implemented. However, most interventions target one type of problem behaviour, and their effects have only been evaluated in the short term. The Respect program 1 is broad in the sense that… Expand
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