Mohammad Kaif Farooqui and Sajid Jamal
The concept of online teaching became more popular during the pandemic of COVID-19 as the whole education system was affected worldwide, and all educational institutions were closed. Face-to-face classes were canceled, and only through online mode did learners continue their education. However, the sudden transition from face-to-face to online learning has posed numerous challenges for teachers, administrators, and policymakers. Online teaching is a very challenging task for teachers because it was a sudden transition in the teaching method, and teachers needed to prepare for it. As a result, teachers came under pressure, and their mental health was also affected because of the stress, anxiety, and depression. This study aimed to examine mental health as a predictor of online teaching effectiveness. The study reveals exciting results and significant implications after analysing the data obtained by administering a self-constructed questionnaire to 300 secondary school teachers of Aligarh (UP).
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