Yilmaz, Macid
March 2010
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2010, Vol. 14 Issue 43, p203
Academic Journal
Violence is a educational and social problem which severely threatens physical and mental health in Turkey as well as the rest of the world. Our children are exposed to violence sometimes in families, in schools and sometimes in friendship environments. Consequently, educational institutions have great responsibilities for preventing violence. This situation carries out the necessity of values education's application in an effective and systematic way. The effective role they play in the teaching of values has been documented through extensive research. The values come first of the components which help individuals to control themselves, and also the society controls the individual. By the help of these values, the child can communicate with other people and can create a suitable background to prevent violence. The main purpose of this study was to identify school and family role in social life as perceived by teachers and parents.


Related Articles

  • When a Child's Play Themes are Violent. Greenspan, Stanley I. // Early Childhood Today;Nov/Dec2006, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p24 

    The article focuses on violence as a theme in child's play. Children often play out what is on their minds in their pretend dramas. The goal of the teacher and the parent is always to help the child broaden his interests and play to embrace all the themes of life. Left alone, a child may choose...

  • What parents think about school climate.  // American School Board Journal;Jul2008, Vol. 195 Issue 7, p6 

    The article discusses the attitudes of parents regarding school climate. A report by the National School Boards Association reveals that minority parents were more likely to display negative attitudes toward school climate and have less trust in teachers than white parents. The article also...

  • Toward A New Model for Promoting Urban Children's Mental Health: Accessible, Effective, and Sustainable School-Based Mental Health Services. Atkins, Marc S.; Graczyk, Patricia A.; Frazier, Stacy L.; Abdul-Adil, Jaleel // School Psychology Review;2003, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p503 

    Abstract. A program of research related to school-based models for urban children's mental health is described, with a particular focus on improving access to services, promoting children's functioning, and providing for program sustainability. The first study in this series responded to the...

  • Mnenje osnovnoÅ¡olskih učiteljev o usposobljenosti za sodelovanje s starÅ¡i. Šrot, Kristina; Rizman Herga, Nataša // Journal of Elementary Education / Revija za Elementarno Izobraž;Sep2013, Vol. 6 Issue 2/3, p223 

    The article presents a survey on teachers' qualification for collaborating with parents of primary school children aged between 6 and 12. We investigated the most common difficulties that teachers face in communicating with parents and the way they tackle them. We differentiated the responses...

  • Investigação das concepções espontâneas sobre pediculose entre pais, professores, direção e alunos de educação infantil e anos iniciais. Goldschmidt, Andréa Inês; Loreto, Elgion // Revista Electrónica de Enseñanza de las Ciencias;2012, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p455 

    This paper shows the results of research made on a sample group into the nature of and symtoms of Pediculosis capitis (head lice) infestation. The sample group was taken from a public school in the municipality Cachoeira do Sul, Rio Grand do Sul Brasil. The group studied was composed of 10...

  • Teacher Tips. Santomero, Angela // Greenwich Magazine;Oct2012, Vol. 65 Issue 10, p35 

    The article offers recommendations on how parents may with communicate with teachers concerning the needs of learning needs of their children.

  • IT TAKES A COMMUNITY. Weasmer, Jerie; Mays Woods, Amelia // Kappa Delta Pi Record;Spring2010, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p127 

    The article discusses the significance of establishing a collaborative relationship to be able to create a desirable learning environment in schools. It cites that the relationship secures the interest of the students which may include the teachers, special educators, parents and other students....

  • Prepare diabetes lesson plan for child's teacher. Guthrie, Diana W. // Diabetes in the News;Jul/Aug93, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p20 

    Provides information for parents on how to share information about a child's diabetes to school staff. Informing the teacher about a child's monitoring, insulin injection and eating schedule; Treatment and symptoms of hypoglycemia; Providing a glucagon emergency kit; Educating child's...

  • Working With Families. Moore, Kimberly B. // Early Childhood Today;Sep2002, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p12 

    Presents strategies for teachers in building strong connections with families to learn more about their children. Child information that should be considered; Suggestions for holding an open house; Need to discuss the assessment system to parents.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics