Jagatud mure on pool muret: Rahulolu kaasõpilaste ja koolieluga koolikiusamist kogenud õpilaste seas

  • Mai Beilmann
  • Kadri Soo
  • Dagmar Kutsar
Märksõnad: koolikiusamine, lapsed, rahulolu koolieluga


Igal lapsel on õigus end koolis turvaliselt tunda, aga ometi kogevad paljud lapsed koolikiusamist ning tunnevad end seetõttu ebaturvaliselt. Koolikiusamine ohustab õpilaste vaimset ja füüsilist heaolu ning takistab õppimist, kuid tunnetatud abi vanematelt, õpetajatelt ja kaasõpilastelt võib aidata säilitada rahulolu koolielu ja kaasõpilastega. Artikli eesmärk on tõendada tunnetatud abisaamise tähtsust kiusamiskogemusega õpilaste koolirahulolu säilimisel. Kahefaktoriline dispersioonanalüüs Children’s Worldsi kolmanda laine Eesti 6. klassi laste andmestikul (N = 1079) näitas, et kiusamist kogenute rahulolu õpilaseluga on madalam kui kiusamist mitte kogenud lastel. Samas on õpetajatelt, kaasõpilastelt ja vanematelt abi saamises kindlad lapsed oma eluga õpilasena rahulolevamad kui need, kes abile ei looda. Seega võivad abisaamises kindlad õpilased säilitada rahulolu koolielu tahkudega kiusamiskogemusest hoolimata. 

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