Venter, M.; Poggenpoel, M.; Myburgh, C. P. H.
December 2005
Education;Winter2005, Vol. 126 Issue 2, p312
Academic Journal
Aggressive behaviour of learners in the relationship with peers and educators might influence their social, academic performance, professional relationship, and their mental health. Peers are a group of people who socialise together. The educator is a person who is having knowledge and skills therefore responsible for guiding and teaching others.


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