The Educational Psychologist course caters to individuals employed in the education sector, particularly those working in schools and dealing with children’s special needs as part of their regular job responsibilities. This online course offers engaging audio-visual content and step-by-step guidelines, facilitating a comprehensive understanding of children’s psychology.
Throughout the course, participants will delve into various aspects of children’s psychology that significantly influence their development during childhood. Topics include the effects of attachment and separation on relationship building, key factors impacting children’s development, such as social and emotional growth, moral development, and stages of language development. Moreover, the course encompasses teaching strategies for students with Special Educational Needs (SEN) and handling children with Autism, ADHD, and Dyslexia. Participants will also gain insights into mental health treatment and medication in special cases.
Upon completion of the course, learners will possess a strong grasp of children’s psychology, enabling them to effectively engage with children in educational settings and positively impact their developmental progress. The accredited certification obtained at the end of the course validates their skills and boosts their credibility, enhancing career prospects in a competitive job market.
Who should take the course
This course is ideal for anyone who is interested in learning about children psychology and wants to make a career in the education sector, which includes:
· Teaching Assistants.
· SEN Teachers.
· Child Psychologists.
By the end of the course, learners will be able to:
· Understand different aspects of children psychology.
· Understand the impact of attachment and separation on relation building in childhood.
· Learn about the factors that influence the development process in childhood.
· Understand the process of social and emotonal development, cognitive development and moral development.
· Learn about the stages of language development.
· Explore the methods of SEN teaching and dealing with Autism, ADHD and Dyslexia in schools.
· Learn about mental health treatment and medication for special needs.
01: Introduction to Child Psychology
02: Attachment and Relationship Building in Childhood
03: Impacts of Separation and Loss on Attachment
04: Factors that Influence Development
05: Cognitive Development
06: Social and Emotional Development
07: Personality and Intellectual Development of Children
08: Stages of Language Development
09: Understanding Moral Development
10: SEN Support
11: High-Quality Teaching for Pupils with SEN
12: SEN Teaching Methodologies
13: Autism, ADHD and Dyslexia in Young and Adults
14: The Self Harming Behaviour
15: Mental Health Treatment and Medicine
16: Mental Health over Life Span and Society in the UK