DPE- Diploma in PSYCHOLOGY EDUCATION
The course discusses the three somewhat complex forms of thinking that are commonly pursued in classroom learning: critical thinking, creative thinking, and problem-solving. The course then goes on to explain how these are stimulated, using two types of instruction: Teacher-Directed and Student-Centred.
The Educational Psychology Diploma Course explains the ways in which students learn and develop, whilst providing discussions and practical examples of how this information can be incorporated into teaching frameworks and used to plan, create and deliver effective lessons.
Students will have an improved understanding of human behaviour and mental processes within an educational context.
The course covers the following aspects of educational psychology: history, learning theories, student development theories, motivation, and some classroom management skills.