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Junior high school teachers in Tain
zero corporal punishment
This research aims to discuss legal attitudes and legal behavior which junior high school teachers in Tainan have possessed and embraced. In this thesis, we take teachers’ responsive behavior to Zero Corporal Punishment discipline behaviors as an example, and we would like to inquire the Policy for example relationship between variables correlation. Analytic Method of Investigation is adopted in this research, and as a method, the questionnaire titled “the legal attitude and the behavior related research tool,” the questionnaire, extracting 364 valid samples from 20 public schools, titled “ The Legal Attitudes and Behavior Related to Junior High School Teachers in Tainan” is created. Through descriptive statistics, single-factor analysis of variance of independent variables ( gender, age, length of service, level of education, ways of developing, functions of office, school districts, classes ) , and different scores between teachers’ legal attitudes and behavior, the difference case, ( If the 0.5 significance level, then further to Schaffe’s method for post hoc comparison, in the end Pearson product-moment correlation) to explore the legal attitudes and legal behavior of teachers. We’ve concluded the following results: 1. The average score, 84.36 points, of “Legal Attitude Scale” shows most teachers possess correct legal attitudes. 2. The average score, 31.65 points, of “Responses to Zero Corporal Punishment Policy Scale” indicates teachers tend to behave students positively and actively. 3. Three variables, which are age, length of service, and functions of office, affect teachers’ legal attitudes significantly while others don’t. 4. Three variables, which are gender, functions of office, and school districts, affect teachers’ discipline behavior significantly while others don’t. 5. A moderate positive correlation between teachers’ legal attitudes and behavior has been showed. 6. A moderate positive correlation between teachers’ legal attitudes and responses to Zero Corporal Punishment Policy has been showed. 7. The correlation between attitudes to Zero Corporal Punishment Policy and discipline behaviors of the Tainan City junior high school teacher's show a significant moderate positive one. According to the results above, the following suggestions are proposed: 1. Keep enforcing legal education strategies. 2. While impelling the policy, clarifying teachers’ personal cognition and forming a common consensus are key points. 3. Plan a system to encourage instruction from experienced teachers. 4. Establish a sturdy rotation system between homeroom teachers and office holders. 5. Offer more opportunities for teachers to be acquainted with legal issues.
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