Mental hygiene for teachers a book of readings. by Lester D. Crow

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IMPORTANCE OF MENTAL HYGIENE As teaching-learning process is in need of high mental presence and cognitive effort, it is important to find out the real factors behind the mental illness, seen among the teachers and learners to provide a better learning environment for FACTORS AFFECTING MENTAL HEALTH OF TEACHERS AND STUDENTS.

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