A school is the second home to children, and teachers act like their parents who mentor, facilitate and guide them to be responsible citizens. Every child is unique and needs different techniques to learn things. The technique that is applicable for a child to impact knowledge might not be the correct way to teach to another child. This is where comes the importance of child psychology.
A subdivision of psychology, child psychology studies the interaction of physical, cognitive, and emotional development of children until the age of 16. Being a teacher, one needs to get familiar with child psychology to better understand the abilities of a child and to channelize them in the right direction. Curated by experienced academicians, our Child Psychology course will help you know how to appropriately understand, comprehend and react to every single action performed by a child that will ultimately assist you to be much more successful in raising the children to be good human beings. Moreover, you need to understand the special needs of specially-abled children so that they never feel aloof in the classroom.
International College of Teachers course will make you aware of different aspects of child psychology, and thus, help you to be a better teacher!
Our Child Psychology Course for Teachers is divided into 2 levels – Certificate and Diploma. Once you complete the course, we will give you an accredited certificate and you can apply as a teacher in various schools.
Price: INR.10799 / 150 USD | Duration: 120hrs / 4 months
The certificate course consists of 5 modules and encompasses all the aspects of child psychology, such as development characteristics in the preschool year, learning processes, and more.
Price: INR.16599 / 215 USD | Duration: 200hrs / 6 months
It is an advanced-level course of 11 modules and deals with things like child psychiatric disorders, safety measures, health and hygiene of a mother and a child, etc.
Disclaimer: " This course will not make you eligible to be a clinical practitioner or call yourself a child psychologist"