The institutional climate as generator of protection and risk contexts against violence in educational centers in 06 School Circuit of the San Jos? Regional Education Bureau

This paper presents analyses educational management from institutional climate in work environment as a source of protection and risk contexts of violence in schools circuit 06 of the Direcci?n Regional de San Jos? (San Jos? Regional Education Bureau), Costa Rica. This study includes theoretical com...

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Main Authors: Carmona ?vila, Olger, Flores Villalobos, Patricia, G?mez Araya, Warner, Navas Alfaro, Marcia, Ruiz Guti?rrez, Mois?s, Smith Coto, Karem
Format: Artículo
Language: Español
Published: 2015
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Online Access: http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/gestedu/article/view/8594
http://hdl.handle.net/10669/13091
Summary: This paper presents analyses educational management from institutional climate in work environment as a source of protection and risk contexts of violence in schools circuit 06 of the Direcci?n Regional de San Jos? (San Jos? Regional Education Bureau), Costa Rica. This study includes theoretical components such as violence, institutional climate, work environment, ecological model, educational organizations, and conflict. The research uses an investigation mixed with method, with an investigation-action research design developed in seven schools in the Costa Rican educational system. To conclude this study, hostile environment in which educational institutions explode violence acts, and administrative management does not promote real actions to find an approach to avoid violence, as support teams: interdisciplinary, institutional committees, parent associations, and other administrativeboards, they perform so disjointed. The most recurrent violence problem is bullying between students-students, students, teachers and vice versa. Finally, a proposal is presented here for preventing violence from an ecological perspective, through a comprehensive scheme of work, and multi-disciplinary, incorporating actions at community, family and the school to improve quality in the classroom environment and school climate.