Education & Social Work

Education & Social Work

Education is a wide area of study which is considered to play one of the central roles in the society. A Bachelor's or Master's degree in Education focuses on learning preparation, evaluation in the classroom, and teaching. Education Degree courses concentrate on the acquisition of a wide range of skills. One of the most noticeable is the ability to interact and communicate with children from various age groups, how to maximize their child-like curiosity and increase their interest in learning, discover how adult learning works and the gaps between the learning processes of people of different ages are, and teaching people with different disabilities. While working in the education field you will learn to motivate, make people love themselves and grow by teaching people about different aspects and bring out the best in people. The field of social work has its own collection of skills, principles and code of ethics. Social Work is based on helping people tackle various challenges in life such as poverty, addiction, disability, handicap, violence, mental illness, and so on. Social work mostly emphasizes and works for social justice and equality. Not just problem solving problems social work focuses on training and cooperating with people suffering from any problems in an effort to change their environments and create better living conditions. Social workers help and motivate community people to learn and improve new skills to help eradicate any problems in future. Graduates in Education and Social Work can work as: teacher, guidance counselor, school psychologist, career counselor, social and community service manager, social work teacher, healthcare social worker, health educator and many more.

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Education

Education is a wide area of study which is considered to play one of the central roles in the society. A Bachelor's or Master's degree in Education focuses on learning preparation, evaluation in the classroom, and teaching. Education Degree courses concentrate on the acquisition of a wide range of skills. One of the most noticeable is the ability to interact and communicate with children from various age groups, how to maximize their child-like curiosity and increase their interest in learning, discover how adult learning works and the gaps between the learning processes of people of different ages are, and teaching people with different disabilities. While working in the education field you will learn to motivate, make people love themselves and grow by teaching people about different aspects and bring out the best in people. Graduates in Education can work as a: teacher, guidance counselor, school psychologist, career counselor, and many more.
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Coaching

Coaching is an interdisciplinary approach that provides opportunities for aspiring leaders that they can use to help others solve obstacles they encounter in their personal or professional lives. Degrees of coaching, offered by universities and colleges, help to construct communication, coordination, and analytical skills to help clients excel in business, sports, social work, or personal growth. A good coach first usually applies what he has learnt on himself before coaching others so get a fruitful result. Students learn how to build their own coaching models based on their personal strengths and experience, and how to find a market/position people may be interested in. Other technical skills include learning how to build a class schedule, increasing awareness of the strengths and weaknesses of students, analytical and emotional abilities, and more. Graduates can work in various fields such as: business, human resource management, sports, personal development, health care and others.
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Counselling

Counselling deals with allowing individuals to talk about their family problems, work and career issues, feelings, stress and many other problems which may also include some mental health issues and overcoming from those. Counseling is a wide area that includes different types of emotional and psychological support including: academic counseling, art therapy, coaching, psychotherapy, career counseling, psychology, school counseling, social work, and more. Students acquire knowledge of human behavior, advanced interpersonal skills, develops ethical and professional standards and, depending on the career path chosen, can develop therapeutic skills and involve a high level of self-understanding, deep empathy, a willingness to support others, and the ability to manage relationship-based interactions between themselves and their patients. Graduates in counselling can work in various fields such as: health care, social care services, education and so on.
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Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood Education degree prepares potential educators to motivate young learners and create an atmosphere of support that enhances their curiosity and learning joy. Students usually learn how to teach children in various age groups, generally between the ages in 2 and 8. You will work with children in environments such as childcare, day care, nursery school, preschool, and kindergarten. Students acquire knowledge of the main stages of child development and learn how to direct young learners to successfully meet each milestone of development. You will gain skills in Basic English, special education, production of talent, literacy, math and the arts. Students will develop great observation and listening skills to meet the needs of young children and respond to their learning and emotional, find innovative ways to communicate with the students through play and engaging activities, maintain good relationships with parents and advise them on ways to support their children to solve any problems. Graduates in counselling can work in various public and private sectors such as: hospitals, administrative positions, kindergartens, special school or education settings and others.
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Educational Research

Educational research aims at exploring ideas, hypotheses and patterns in the field, identifying and transmitting styles, characteristics and common terms, explaining and using quantitative and qualitative research methods and techniques in a critical manner towards the specific educational phenomenon. It develops the research skills of students as they relate to theories and systems of education. Students learn how to perform and interpret their own studies to enhance the learning and educational programs. The coursework needed for this program may include classical test theory, inferential statistics, organizational theory, data collection, estimation of parameters and design of evaluations and others. Graduates of educational research can mostly find jobs such as: educational researcher in a public/private agency, data analyst, measurement adviser, research coordinator, director of student assessment, education counsellor and so on.
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Pedagogy

Pedagogy prepares educators to offer theoretical and practical instruction to children and young adults. Some topics you can expect to learn in pedagogy classes may include child psychology, digital pedagogy, or assessment and test design and others. Students of pedagogy learn to use the latest learning methods to organize classrooms and implement the curriculum, while taking into account the needs of individual learners. Students develop strong interpersonal skills due to their knowledge of human understanding and communication. Pedagogy graduates develop communication, empathy, and adaptability skills, and follow careers as educators, learning mentors, or education consultants, analysts of educational policies teaching in child care centers and many more.
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Teaching

Teaching degrees prepares skilled educators who can encourage, direct, coordinate, schedule, evaluate and handle students of various ages and abilities. The aim of a teacher should be to cultivate a love for learning in students, as well as to help them further pursue self-improvement and growth. Subjects to be learned in the broad fields of humanities, mathematics and natural sciences, languages, computer training. Later years of research concentrate on the learning of teaching and pedagogic strategies. Future teachers may gain experience in general disciplines that are useful for teaching younger learners, or concentrate on one or two specializations that will allow them to teach teens and adult learners. Graduates in teaching can work as: teachers/professors, guidance counselor, family counselor, education consultant, child life specialist and many more.
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Social Work

The field of social work has its own collection of skills, principles and code of ethics. Social Work is based on helping people tackle various challenges in life such as poverty, addiction, disability, handicap, violence, mental illness, and so on. Social work mostly emphasizes and works for social justice and equality. Not just problem solving problems social work focuses on training and cooperating with people suffering from any problems in an effort to change their environments and create better living conditions. Social workers help and motivate community people to learn and improve new skills to help eradicate any problems in future. Graduates in Social Work can work as: teacher, guidance counselor, school psychologist, career counselor, social and community service manager, social work teacher, healthcare social worker, health educator and many more.
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