3- School Psychology

Introduction of the ” School Psychology “Master

Conditions of access to the competition:

May be a candidate for the competition in ” School Psychology “Master as determined by the legal procedure, each holder of a “license”  in :

1.    School Psychology.

2.    Educational Psychology.

3.    Educational Sciences .

4.    Clinical Psychology .

Some formation goals:

  1.    Achieving the student’s mental health.
  2.     Achieving school adjustment.
  3.     Improvement and development of the educational process.
  4.     Help pupils overcome the learning difficulties.
  5.     Confronting the phenomena of school failure, underachievement and drop-out.
  6.     Training and Rehabilitation of learners through their understanding of the foundations and principles of school learning.
  7.     Acquisition of theoretical and functional understanding of the educational process.
  8.    Training learners to diagnose behavioral disorders and school problems.
  9.    Help learners to predict the behavior and to adjust it.
  10.    Learning the proper use of technology  to   provide for the learning difficulties prevention  and treatment.

Intended skills and capabilities:

1.    Cognitive skills: providing students with the necessary information to enable them to overcome the problems they face.

2.    Psychological skills: providing students with psychological information to solve their problems.

3.     Pedagogical skills: providing students with educational information to help them solve problems that hinder their involvement in the educational process.

4.    Methodological skills: Providing students with a range of theoretical and applied research to help them in professional life.

5.    Technical skills: training students on research techniques.

6.    Social skills: development of students’ ability to provide assistance and services to others.

Some of the themes of the ” School Psychology Master  program 

  1. Applied school psychology.
  2. Psychological and educational therapy.
  3.  Applied educational Psychology.
  4. Applied psychological and academic counseling.
  5.  The school psychologist.
  6. School Management.
  7. Psychology of the child and adolescent.
  8. Methodology , research and writing scientific papers.
  9. Skills approach.
  10. Psychomotor education.
  11. Educational evaluation.
  12. Communication in school.
  13. Language disorders.
  14. Critical study of Master and  Doctorate dissertations.
  15. Professional ethics

 

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