The Master’s programme Interventions in Childhood is an interdisciplinary education focusing on effective interventions for children in need of support — beyond what is normally provided to all children.
The Master’s programme Interventions in Childhood offers an interdisciplinary education to provide effective interventions for children in need of support for their development, learning and functioning in everyday lifebeyond what is provided to all children. The programme is based on an ecological perspective on child development, learning, and functioning. A critical perspective focusing on the individual, the environment, and their interrelationship, is emphasized. The programme addresses everyday life situations of children in various settings, including family, preschool/school, hospital, and community, and the connection between research and practical everyday work is stressed. The programme is open for international and domestic students. It is closely connected to the CHILD (Children-Health-Intervention-Learning- Development) research programme at the Schools of Education and Communication and Health and Welfare at Jönköping University and associated with the Swedish Institute for Disability Research SIDR). The programme is designed to provide students with a good background for doctoral education, and for leadership roles in early childhood education and care, school-systems, early intervention/habilitation, special education, child healthcare, social services or other child related organizations. Interventions in Childhood is offered as a 1-year (60 credits) and a 2-year (120 credits) programme. Read more and apply for the 1-year programme here.
The program is designed to prepare students for further education in research and leadership roles in child care and preschool, school, early intervention/habilitation, special education, child healthcare, social services and the equivalent.
In the summer of 2012, I volunteered as a swimming teacher for a group of kids with Down’s syndrome. That was my first experience working with children with special needs and since then, voluntary work has inspired me in my studies and my career choices. I have had the opportunity to work closely with ...
Introduction to Interventions in Childhood 15 credits
Theory of Science and Scientific Methods 15 credits
Developmental Sciences and Intervention Processes 15 credits
One year Master Thesis in Child Studies 15 credits
Research Strategies and Design Problems 7.5 credits
Conducting Research with and about Children 7.5 credits
Thesis planning for Two–year Master Degree Project in Child studies 7.5 credits
Foundation Course 1 in Disability Research 7.5 credits
Elective Courses 7.5 credits
Thesis plan for Two-year Master Degree Project in Child Studies 15 credits
Elective Courses 7.5 credits
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