Behavioural Sciences in Social Services K701SL16OJ-19008 18.10.2021-31.12.2021 5 cr+-
- understands the perspectives of behavioural field of sciences at different stages of a person’s life
- can analyse the diversity of values and views of human beings
- knows the development stages of humans and can identify common and individual factors of an individual’s overall growth and development
- Key concepts, approaches and theories of pedagogics, social psychology, psychology and developmental psychology from the perspective of client work in social services
Starting level and linkage with other courses
Life cycle thinking: the holistic development of man at different stages of his life cycle.
Personality and me at the heart of growth and development.
Human conceptions and frameworks of psychology.
Basic concepts of education: growth and growth process, upbringing / support of growth process, upbringing styles, importance of growth environment, learning.
Assessment criteria - grade 1
The student can define the key basic concepts, approaches and theories of the course from the perspective of the social services field.
Assessment criteria - grade 3
The student can explain the key basic concepts, approaches and theories from the perspective of the social services field using an analytical approach.
Assessment criteria - grade 5
The student understands and can apply basic concepts, approaches and theories in examining the actions of people, communities and societies using an analytical/critical approach.