What You'll Get
- £29 for a child psychology online course (85% off)
Child psychology is the study of the mental, social and emotional development of children from birth through to adolescence. It examines changes in motor skills, cognitive development, language acquisition, and identity formation. This in-depth child psychology course will provide users with a fundamental knowledge of the development of children and will give them an integral insight into why children behave the way they do.
Module one - major developmental issues
- The first year of life
- The formation of attachments
- Consequences of breakdowns in attachments
- The home, family and school
- Basic principles of research methods
- The development of visual perception
- The development of language and communication
- Intelligence and intelligence testing
- The nature / nurture debate in the study of intelligence
- Data collection and interpretation
Module two - the child as an individual
- How children think
- Learning theory - how behaviour is acquired
- Freud’s psychodynamic theory - an alternative approach
- Moral development
- The development of gender roles
- Aggression in children
- Methods used in child development research
- Learning in school
- Learn more about the course
The Fine Print
Must redeem by 30 Nov 2017. Course content available for 12 months from registration date.
Purchase: Limit 1 per person. May buy 4 additional as gifts.
Restrictions: Register online: https://www.onlineacademies.co.uk/groupon-form. No refunds or cancellation once log in details have been provided. Internet connection required. £50 surcharge for postage of course material; lessons can also be printed out at home. Must be 16 or older.
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