A Snapshot of Teacher Bullying and its Effect on Academic Stress of Students

Dr. Indira Sharma, Sonam Mehta

Abstract


The present study focuses on teacher bullying behavior on a sample of 200 students in India. "Statistically about 1 to 2 percent of teachers are actually involved in bullying students," says Dr. Haber. The research aims to explore this area to give a snapshot of teacher bullying and get the answer of questions, which are as follows; whether even today, students are victimized by teachers bullying behavior in Indian classroom, and whether teacher bullying behavior affect both male and female students equally. The effect of bullying behaviour on students academic stress is studied. The paper ends with conclusion and discussion.

Keywords


Teacher Bullying, Academic Stress, Senior Secondary Students

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