Mental Wellness of School Teachers Using Virual Pedagogy
Keywords:Mental wellness, Pedagogy, Virtual
Research Background: Mental wellness is an issue than a subject to talk over. Everything is getting established on e-stages, such as classes, meetings, and seminars. In addition of getting management of time and easier attention, there are lots of issues along with like as mental retardation of teachers. Methodology: An interview schedule along with the Hero mental wellness scale was used to collect the data. Descriptive research design and purposive sampling technique were used to select the sample for study. Major Findings: The study revealed that most of the respondents were having the extremely happy mental wellness. The study showed that there were no significant differences in mental wellness of respondents across different age group and gender. Conclusion: Major issues are mental health regarding such as migraine, anxiety, and insomnia which results in lack of sleep headache stress depression and several other related issues. Continuously facing the screens of mobile laptop and computers reasonable cause behind all these problems.
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