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A Study of Occupational Stress Among Teacher Educators
Work is a central part of human life. It is the expression of the basis need to accomplish, to create, to feel satisfaction and to feel meaningful. When work denies people an opportunity to utilize their creativity and intelligence, it causes stress. Stress in work place is growing problem with extensive costs of an individual. Nature of work is changing in schools. The teachers who work in schools are commonly thought to be facing highly demanding and rapidly changing work environment that challenge both competency repertoire and established behavioral repertoires. Work place stresses have negative impact on well being of individual and his or her day to day functioning. This is observable at Physical level (example exhaustion, headaches), Cognitive level (example absent mindedness, failure of attention and memory) and Behavioral level (example aggressive behavior).
Occupational Stress, Teacher Educator.
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