The Views Of Teachers Towards Perception Of Discipline In Schools
AuthorUgurlu, Celal Teyyar
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Describing the perception of discipline for teachers from teachers' perspectives constitutes the purpose of this study. For that purpose, answers for the questions below have been sought: i. What does perception of discipline mean to you? ii. What does perception of student discipline mean to you? iii. What is your sense of discipline you want to constitude at school? In this qualitative study, "case study model" has been used. For this purpose, 20 teachers from 10 elementary institutions (secondary and primary) have been interviewed in the manner of reflecting the diversity of individuals, who may be a party to the studied problem, at maximum level. In our study where we have taken a look at teachers' perceptions of the perception of discipline at schools: The overall influence of the perception of discipline on teachers, our teachers' general views on student discipline, the differences of the disciplined and undisciplined students have been put forward. It has been understood that among our teachers' views on the perception of discipline, the categories of order, rules, volunteering and autonomy have been of the utmost priority. (C) 2015 Published by Elsevier Ltd.