Theory: Objective test (60%) Practice: report, memory, class work (40%) To pass the subject must be obtained at least 5 in each of the parties. Continuous assessment will be used to encourage students to continue the learning process. The weight of the continuous assessment that valued activities in theoretical and practical classes and seminars work shall not exceed 40% of the final grade. There will be a final exam with objective questions which may optionally include short constructed response questions, which will weigh on the rating of 60% maximum. And more than 10% will be to monitor the tutoring of students. System and evaluation criteria for the course Since the course is theoretical and practical, to pass the course, the student must obtain a score of 5 out of 10 in both parts (theory and practice). Theoretical Note The evaluation of each question will consider the quantity and quality of the specific content related to the question asked adjustment to content, clarity of exposition and possible inconsistencies with the rest of the agenda. The student must bear in mind that the contents of the exam is based both on the subject explained in the classroom and in the bibliography of recommended study each topic. Theoretical Module: 3-choice exam alternatives and / or short questions. Mainly include theoretical content and content developed in practice. To assess the knowledge on multiple-choice test, this will consist of four alternatives. Such review shall be corrected by the classical formula, which in this case is as follows: ((ae / 3) / n-1) * 10 a = Hit e = errors n = number of questions 10 = Maximum grade exam The final grade will be a 60% theory of the final grade for the course NOTE: In any case, the Theory saved between calls. Practice Note The final practice will be a 40% of the final grade for the course Delivered and approved practices serve only for calls for February, September and December.
If these calls not approved the theory / the student / a will have to repeat the practice for subsequent calls. The student can choose between one of two options to overcome the practical content of the course:
Option 1. Continuous assessment The form of assessment of this option is as follows: (1). Perform and approve the proposed activities on the platform of the subject before the test day of the call for February. (2). Attendance at practicals proposals on the subject, as detailed in the schedule of the subject teacher. Active assistance practices (10% of grade). The student must complete a minimum of 80% of the proposed activities and get a total of 5 out of 10 on the total proposed activities (and non-contact). That is, if you raise 10 practical activities the student must complete a minimum of 8, will add the note obtained and divided by 10. No work will be accepted after the date of the notice of examination. This option is only valid during the teaching of the subject (September to February). This option is voluntary. The student who exercises this option will NOT have to take the examination of practices of calls from June-September-December. Stopping this option, you must take the examination of practices in official announcements. To benefit from this modality is student must enroll in the Web page mediation and conflict subject: https://sites.google.com/a/goumh.umh.es/tecnicasdenegociacion/home http://campus.umh.es//course/
Option 2. Evaluation practice exam The form of assessment of this option is as follows: Proof: review of practices which pose two exercises with a value of 5 points each, related to the contents of the practices studied in class as teaching units (Nature of negotiation, planning strategies and the negotiation process in the negotiation and results) and the basic literature (75% of grade). The resolution of each exercise will take into account the quantity and quality of the specific content related to the question asked adjustment to content, clarity of exposition and possible inconsistencies with the rest of the agenda. References to prepare practice exam: Lewicki, R. J., Saunders, D. M. and Barry, B. Fundamentals of negotiation. McGraw Hill, 2012. and Trinidad bernal books mentioned in Basic bibliography Jaca Munduate L. And Medina Diaz F.J (Ed.) (2005) Conflict management, negotiation and mediation. Madrid. Pyramid Final Note The final grade for the course will involve the sum of the theoretical module (60%) and practical module (40%) of the final grade for the course. Only two parties will be added if the student has taken at least May 1 the theory grade (before ponder it). That is, to pass the course theoretical - practical must pass both the practical and theoretical module.