Sule Esgi, Necmi Esgi


The purpose of this study is to research how to solve inappropriate student behaviors that class teachers’ encounter, using Group Guidance Activities. This study is an action research. Experimental method is used while doing it. Study group consist of 31 3rd year primary school students. Evaluation tool of this study consists 39 items. Evaluation tool is created based on Likert scale. At the end of this research, it was found that Group Guidance Activities had positive and meaningful impact on students’ inappropriate behaviors.


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