Skoldisciplin, hjälp eller stjälp Den politiska debatten och forskning School discipline, help or hindrance Political debate and research

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Publication Student essay 15hp
Title Skoldisciplin, hjälp eller stjälp Den politiska debatten och forskning School discipline, help or hindrance Political debate and research
Author Nilsson, Christian
Date 2016
English abstract
The Swedish school system during the 2000s, performed worse in terms of students' performance. In response to these results, two camps emerged regarding school discipline, and how this can help to reverse the deteriorating results. One camp wants to increase discipline, give the school the right to punishments such as detention. The second camp are opposed to greater discipline and believes that there are better methods to focus on. Methods, theories and research like progressive discipline, postitive behavior support, teacher and student centered strategies are applied to Swedish politicians' arguments about school discipline. To investigate the credibility of the increase or decrease in school discipline as a good method to reverse the ever deteriorating pupil results in Swedish schools. Chronologically, the work is limited to the years 2009 and 2012 with the intention to keep the work as relevant as possible, and to compare PISA results from 2009 and 2012 to ensure a decline in student achievement in the 2000s. The work is finalized by the Swedish school systems’s problems is ensured and that the politicians' arguments about school discipline is in relation to research and empirical data.
Publisher Malmö högskola/Lärande och samhälle
Pages 45
Language swe (iso)
Subject Skoldisciplin, PISA 2009, PISA 2012, Positive behaviour support, Progresive discipline, Teacher centered strategy, Student centered strategy
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