The metrics used to obtain student assessment of this course, correspond to two components: 1. An examination with multiple choice questions which will represent 80% of the final grade. Each pegunta consist of 4 choices, and only one is valid. Each wrong question, subtract a third of a right question. This exam may also include some writing open questions. 2. The design, delivery and presentation of practices done in class. During each week a lecture takes place, in which the teacher explains concepts of the subject and in the next class the student makes her assigned practice teacher and directly related to the subject studied in the previous lecture. Students who do not perform practices during the academic year or desire to improve the note of them, must answer a number of additional questions in the final exam will account for 20% of the final mark, counting this as a final note, regardless note that practices have been higher. Commenting on the review, it is measured at a certain point the degree of apprehension by students of the contents corresponding to the objectives established at the beginning of the course. Choice questions as objective evidence of memory or recognition memory probe targets, the first step of the cognitive domain, while the other components of the exam, can explore the upper echelons: comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. Practices undertaken throughout the course are also analyzed for student assessment. In this section are taken into account, individual and group work, conducted and defended in class, class participation (measured through observation), both participatory lessons and practical sessions. More specifically, if the goal of teaching and learning consists in acquiring a set of skills, the evaluation system must focus on compliance. The course assessment is done from three perspectives: a) Knowledge. Knowledge is measured through the written test by objective evidence (true / false, multiple choice) short questions or reasoning. b) Skills. Skills are assessed in practical (problems, cases, etc.) of the written test and the individual and collective practices undertaken during the course. These tests will be graded when the student teacher and delivers them to be present in the corresponding class in order to present their work or solve a class exercise. c) Attitudes are evaluated from class attendance, active participation, questions asked and interest on the issues of each topic.
The theoretical test (80% of the final grade) consists of a test type test, of about 20-24 questions. With four response options and only one valid.
The practical part (20% of the final grade), is composed of weekly practices that take place in class. Those students who can not attend class have the option to send the practice to the teacher before it is resolved in class. The practices are announced every week by announcement in the signature. Those students who can not do the internships on a weekly basis will have the option of examining the practical part in the final exam.
The theoretical part, composed of the test type test, scores 8 points of the total of 10. It is composed of 24 multiple choice questions (with 4 options) The unanswered questions do not score, and the incorrect ones subtract 0.33 from the total number of well answered questions. So, for example 3 questions wrong, penalizes 1 well answered.
In the practical part, (which scores on 2 points) the amount of practices delivered and their level of development and understanding of the subject is valued. For those students who choose to do the practical part in the exam, the ability to connect the practice with the knowledge seen in the subject as well as their level of development and understanding of the subject will be assessed. If it is the case that a student has delivered a certain number of practices, he / she wishes to take part in the practical part of the exam, the note that will prevail is that of the exam.