Profiles of bullies' and victims' lives at school in Malta

Helen Askell-Williams, Carmel Cefai, Francis Fabri

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    Abstract

    Students need to feel included in their school community, apply motivational, cognitive and metacognitive strategies to their learning endeavours, negotiate relationships with teachers and peers, develop social and emotional competencies, develop positive mental health, and cope with negative influences such as bullying/harassment. For example, there are clear relationships between students’ effective use of cognitive and metacognitive strategies and academic achievement. Emotional and motivational factors are also linked to learning, such as links between self-efficacy and learning behaviours. Particularly, the support of friends and involvement in bullying can interact with students’ academic, social and emotional lives.
    Original languageEnglish
    Number of pages1
    Publication statusPublished - 2013
    Event2013 Annual Conference of the Australian Association of Research in Education -
    Duration: 2 Dec 2013 → …

    Conference

    Conference2013 Annual Conference of the Australian Association of Research in Education
    Period2/12/13 → …

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