This paper aims to examine the actualities of the teachers’ cooperation by clarifying the content of the team support related to the school non-attendance problem and the relation between organizational characteristics of the school and help-seeking preferences. The questionnaire to 245 teachers of 13 high schools contains the following 4 categories: (1) team supporting type (e.g., single teacher activities), (2) attributes of the teachers, (3) organizational characteristics of the school (e.g., the teachers’ cooperation), and (4) help-seeking preferences. The team supporting activities were related to teachers’ cooperation, informational level, help-seeking preferences. Female teachers were more likely to prefer to practice the team supporting activity than male teachers. Finally, the proposal concerning the teachers’ cooperation to the school non-attendance problem was suggested.
In this study, the factor to maintain a necessary environmental condition for the socially desirable behaviors of the individuals on the municipality-wide was examined. Five municipalities by which the researcher achieved multiple participation in the human care service were taken up, and participation was advanced in accordance with the behavior consultation model of J. R. Bergan. The target of participation was that various problems in practice were solved by the collaboration of labor of parties concerned, and an effective environment designed. The feature of the interaction with key person was described retroactively as a result at the opportunity to the researcher’s human care service when it got acquainted with participation and key person. Consideration was added from the point of collaboration of labor of the meaning of multiple participation of the researcher and key person to these results. Moreover, the effectiveness of the application of the behavior consultation on both sides of the case and the system was suggested.