When the French author Antoine de Saint-Exupéry wrote that “children understand”, he of course meant that adults don’t. He believed - or at least his famous character believed - that adults understand neither the things that children care about, nor even the children themselves. But for anyone working in education, this understanding must surely be their first aim.
Anyone working with children must surely start by trying to understand their words, actions and moods. This course - part of our Key Skills in Educational Settings series - introduces you to the psychology of emotions and feelings that lie behind children’s behaviour. By watching this training session you will: