A Look at How Students Who Receive Daily Virtue-Based Class Meetings and Students Who Receive None View Levels of Bullying in Their Classroom


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Masters of Education

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The purpose of this study was to examine the correlation between frequency of class meetings and instances of bullying in two fifth grade classrooms. The measurement tool was a simple three question survey given to students at the end of the six-month study. No statistically significant difference was found between the frequency of class meetings and instances of bullying. Future research should attempt to measure the impact of class meetings on other areas of school climate rather than simply focusing on bullying.