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|Other Titles:||A Study of Method of Handling High School and Vocational School Student Violations of School Regulations|
Department od Education, NTNU
In terms of the psychological development, students of senior high or vocational schools still remain in a state of emotional unstability, self─consciousness, and rebelliousness. The careless management of the students who misbehave at school will culminate in ineffectiveness in correcting the students' conduct. This paper mainly deals with the status of disorderly students, their psychological reactions and the improvements of the behavior after they receive punishment, so that suggestions can be made as reference for the authorities concerned.The research was conducted in the form of questionnaires. A random sampling was taken. It included 89 experts and scholars, 2 ,563eleventh grade students from 24 senior high and vocational schools in the Taiwan area, and 237 students supervisors. Each of the three groups was separately given“The Questionnaires on Methods of Handling Student Violations of School Regulations”, which the author of this report drew up（Two different forms of this questionnaire were given to students and educators.）The data obtained were subject to statistical analysis. The major findings were as follows：1. Current status of student violations of school regulations：a. One fourth of all eleventh grade students have records of violations of school regulations. b. The number of male students who have violated school regulations in larger than that of female students. The number of ordinary high school students who have violated school regulations is higher than that of vocational school students. The number of rule violations in private and public schools is almost the same. c. The majority of violations were related to failure to observe the dress code.Administrative measures：a. One fourth of the disorderly students believe in the fairness of the punishment and half of the students think that their teachers do not understand them. b. The majority feel that the direct reprimands of their teachers not only result in ineffectiveness but create resentmen
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