Teacher Victimization in Philippine College of Science and Technology

Authors : Ambrosio Polok Detran; Jamaica Kim Lopez Mabanglo

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 5 - May

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Anyone can be victims. Victimization may happen either with or without the knowledge or permission of the person to be victimized by the perpetrator. It can occur even when attending school. In line with this, not only are students at risk of being victimized at school, but teachers may also become victims. The objective of this study is to determine teacher victimization in Senior High School in the Philippine College of Science and Technology (PhilCST). The study used a descriptive survey and data gathered was tabulated and statistically treated using frequency, percentage, and ranking, weighted mean, and one-way ANOVA. As a result, the profile of victimization of senior high school teachers are mostly verbal assault happening in school premises by students and it happened at least once; the factor that contributes to the victimization is their attitude/personality; and the effect of victimization on their wellbeing is less severe in psychological, emotional, and social while there is no impact on the physical being. It was concluded that Senior High School teachers in PhilCST are not exempted from victimization; chances of victimization may depend on the victims’ attributes toward their assailant, and the severity of victimization does not cause much impact.

Keywords : Impact Of Victimization, Senior High School Teachers, Teacher Victimization, Victimization


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