1. The aim of the course is to "provide" students with adequate knowledge on the educational interaction, the processes and mechanisms that govern it, in reference to typical and atypical situations that arise in educational contexts.
2. It is expected that students become able to make an assessment of the personal and family history using the most known techniques of observation and assessment, to identify in terms of operational risk situations and plan an educational intervention compensatory or replacement of the interactions that took place normally.
3. Students will develop critical thinking and reflection on the major theoretical approaches in relation to learning, school motivation and conduct teacher-student interaction in different teaching contexts.
4. Students should acquire the ability to critically discuss the main theories and methods used to investigate the educational interaction.
5. Students should be able to learn the most recent theoretical approaches and key assessment tools and observation of educational interaction.