Faculties and centres
Taking Practicum III gives students the opportunity to integrate into their teaching the various skills acquired during Practicum I and II stays as well as thinking about the conducted learning and its practice.
During previous stays, the student has studied the context and school organization (Practicum I); and the design and implementation of a didactic proposal (Practicum II).
In this case, the last stay of Practicum covers two objectives:
- To develop the reflective capacity of students to deepen the analysis of a specific area of knowledge.
- To perform a global reflection based on their observations and experiences.
General Competences (CG)
Specific Competences (CE)
-Express themselves orally and in writing with fluency and correction needed in the languages of the Autonomous Community, woth special focus on English, to develop education in the primary stage and use a foreign language as the language in some classroom situations.
-Acquire a working knowledge of the classroom and its management.
-Know and apply interaction and communication processes in the classroom. Master the necessary social skills to foster a classroom atmosphere that facilitates learning and coexistence.
-Control and monitor the educational process and in particular the teaching and learning by mastering the techniques and strategies needed. Use information and communication technologies in the teaching and learning guided and autonomous activities.
-Link theory and practice with the classroom and school reality..
-Participate in teaching and learning to know how to do, acting and reflecting on practice.
-Participate in the improvement proposals in the various policy areas that can happen in school.
-Regulate the processes of interaction and communication in groups of 6-12 years old students. All of it, developing strategies that avoid exclusion and discrimination.
-Know collaboration ways with different sectors of the educational community and the social environment.