School psychology is an academic discipline that provides an important support system for students while they learn and grow in school. Pupils who struggle with behavioral or psychological disorders can get support and therapy from school psychologists without needing to leave campus.
The overall objective of the program is the development of scientific knowledge in the theory and application of psychological and social processes governing the teaching
Duration of study (years): 1.5 - 2.5 years
Title of studies: Postgraduate Diploma in Educational / School Psychology
Level of Title of Study: Postgraduate (2nd Cycle of Studies)
Language of instruction: Greek
Study Mode: Remote
Minimum Credit Units: 27
Minimum European Credit Units (ECTS): 90
The overall objective of the program is the development of scientific knowledge in the theory and application of psychological and social processes governing the teaching and learning.
Students will have the opportunity to choose between two specializations: a) Educational Psychology or b) School Psychology.
The Educational Psychology specialization particularly aimed at people working or interested in pursuing careers as teachers. The field of Educational Psychology is defined broadly as the study of students, learning and teaching. Studies in this field can enrich the work of those who work or wish to work as teachers in primary, secondary or higher education providing the basic theoretical background that will guide their teaching in order to improve the learning outcomes of students and be able to help their students to progress academically and personally. A successful teacher is able to motivate students to successfully manage the class to assess students 'prior knowledge, to transmit successfully ideas to serve the students' particular needs, to develop appropriate teaching methods and use appropriate assessment methods. ...
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