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School-based Mentoring in Secondary Education: Its Effect on School Climate and Aggression Among Peers

Abstract: Background: School-based mentoring provided by teachers contributes to the ultimate goal of education: all-round student development and a good mutual coexistence. Aims: This study investigates secondary school students? perceptions of a school climate and school-based mentoring provided by teachers; it also examines the relationship between the school climate and peer aggression, and the moderating effect that teacher-led school mentoring could have on this relationship. Methodology: A total of 441 students between 12 and 17 years old (M = 13.99, SD = 1.33) were surveyed in Cantabria (Spain); the high schools were selected by means of a random sampling of two-stage clusters. Findings: The results demonstrated a direct negative relationship between a school climate and school-based mentoring with respect to peer aggression victimization. Likewise, mentoring showed a moderating effect on the relationship between a school climate and peer aggression victimization. Further implications: These findings highlight the importance of the school climate in preventing peer aggression and the central role that school-based mentoring plays in the relationship between a school climate and peer aggression victimization

 Autoría: Fernández-Rouco N., Fernández-Fuertes A.A., García-Lastra M., España-Chico C.,

 Fuente: Canadian Journal of School Psychology, 2022, 37(4),328-343

Editorial: Canadian Association of School Psychologists

 Fecha de publicación: 01/12/2022

Nº de páginas: 16

Tipo de publicación: Artículo de Revista

 DOI: 10.1177/08295735221127059

ISSN: 2154-3984,0829-5735