Representation as training action stage for the acquisition of skills in higher education students
Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers,
2014, Volume 5, Issue 1, Pages 115-123
AbstractThe teaching-learning process in the university has gone from being based on content-centered learning to one that promotes the acquisition of skills. From this fact, the following question is: How do we ensure that students acquire an appropriate level of skills and competencies?. There are skills that are assessed on a single subject in a given quarter and did not return to be worked throughout the title, so it is difficult to accept that students have been acquired in full. The design of this interdisciplinary proposal aims to contribute and respond to this new reality based on the methodological changes introduced by the European Higher Education Area, among them, increasing the interactivity between teachers and students, encouraging teamwork and improving interdisciplinary between areas. The stage chosen to develop this proposal is stage performance, treated from an innovative approach in which the students of the Degree in Early Childhood Education will integrate practical content learned in two subjects belonging to different courses using common assessment tools pursue one increase in the level of student competencem acquisition.
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