Explorando el Impacto del Conflicto Escolar en la Prevalencia de la Violencia en los Entornos Educativos Colombianos

Palabras clave: violencia escolar, conflicto, ambiente escolar, entornos educativos


Este artículo surge de una revisión de investigaciones y literatura sobre el tema de los conflictos y la violencia en los entornos escolares; para brindar una comprensión integral del conflicto y la violencia en los entornos educativos, destacando los tipos de conflictos que ocurren en los entornos escolares y cómo estos conflictos influyen directamente. la incidencia de la violencia en Colombia, y menciona el papel de los maestros, directivos y padres en la mitigación de esta violencia, el rendimiento académico de los estudiantes expuestos al conflicto y algunas direcciones para futuras investigaciones sobre cómo abordar la violencia y el conflicto en las escuelas colombianas.


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Posada González , J. (2023). Explorando el Impacto del Conflicto Escolar en la Prevalencia de la Violencia en los Entornos Educativos Colombianos. Ciencia Latina Revista Científica Multidisciplinar, 7(5), 2358-2378. https://doi.org/10.37811/cl_rcm.v7i5.7888