Poverty in the community How to Prevent School Violence The goal of school violence prevention strategies should be primary prevention - preventing the violence from occurring in the first place. Prevention efforts should be aimed at promoting protective factors at multiple levels of influence to build a culture of peace at individual- relationship- community- and societal-levels.
School Violence School violence is a major problem around the world. The effects of school violence can lead to division and severe mental and physical trauma for both perpetrators and victims alike. The main cause of school violence is a combination of weak community relations and a lack of a firm hand within both schools and communities.
To effectively deal with the issue, both of these need addressing. The beginnings of school violence often stem from differences between teenagers. Children are natural herd creatures and will gravitate towards people who are similar in looks, mentality, and those who have the same interests.
Other groups are seen as enemies, and this is where conflict begins. A lack of education is one of the main causes of school violence. Education must occur in the home, alongside parents, and in the classroom. Furthermore, when violence does happen, a lack of will to punish the perpetrators encourages them to participate in it again later.
Teachers and law enforcement officers must stamp down on violence. A punishment says mentally and physically violence is wrong. This is a trend we have seen replicated in UK prisons and the high reoffending rates.
Weak community relations start school violence. Inter-racial schools where students come from different backgrounds sow the seeds of conflict.
Divisive communities are more likely to suffer from violence than harmonious ones. Too often, schools act on violence within schools, but they fail to work with other schools and community representatives to tackle the problem between academic facilities.
Parental guidance in the home has a large effect on school violence.
Children make mistakes and it will happen. To stop it happening again, schools and community officers must act.Violence in schools is a social problem with an enormous ripple effect- one act of violence can trigger numerous negative outcomes- hence, the community is expected to work as a .
The types of school violence the most common are from teacher to student, from student to teacher, from student to student (bullying) and from teacher to teacher..
School violence is made up of aggressive acts perpetrated by and for members of the educational community (teachers, students, students' relatives or teachers, cleaning staff, among others). School violence is a subset of youth violence, a broader public health problem.
Violence is the intentional use of physical force or power, against another person, group, or community, with the behavior likely to cause physical or psychological harm. In this lesson, we will learn the definition and history of school violence. We will also discuss the causes and effects of school violence.
There will be a quiz at the end of the lesson. 6% of high school students stayed home in a month because they felt unsafe at school 7% of teachers were threatened or injured by a student in one year When teens were asked what the biggest problem was at their school, violence was the most common answer.
Causes of School Violence. School violence is a many-faceted problem, making it difficult for researchers and practitioners to pinpoint its causes. Many school violence statistics, for example, do not match the norms in our larger society.