Explore today’s children, youth and families – and develop your practice to value every child.
On this course, you’ll examine child and adolescent development in today’s economic, social, global and technological landscapes. You’ll examine key issues impacting children, youth and families – like:
- the role of the state in parenting
- the impact of policy on childhood experiences
- how children develop independence
- global approaches to education and care
You’ll develop a confident ability to support all the children you work with – whatever their needs. And you’ll be able to identify and employ evidence-based techniques to support each child.
You’ll explore your interests as a practitioner – whether that’s understanding the learning process, or developing children’s language skills. You’ll be exposed to different approaches – sparking new ideas for your own practice. And you’ll graduate with new insight into today’s children, youth and families – and the knowledge of how you can support them.