Ongoing evaluation will be used to encourage students to continue the learning process. Participarion in classes activities will be assessed in practical issues (40% of the total mark). Knowledge of contents from classes and seminars will be evaluated through tests conducted during the academic year (60%). Additionally, the student can choose to attend to a final exam for the 100% of the total mark.
Evaluation test will consist of open questions of development on the contents taught in each of the sessions.
The specific weight of each of the tests will be indicated during the course, having a proportional distribution according to the contents.
Consequence of the exceptional situation caused by COVID-19, the Spanish University System have decided to incorporate on-line teaching methodologies to all subjects. Therefore, the teaching activity corresponding to the second semester of the 2019/2020 academic year will be subject to the following changes, specified as an addendum to the previous teaching guide approved.
Theory classes will be carried out using Google Meet and virtual campus. The sessions will be recorded and subsequently made available to students through the virtual campus.
Laboratory practices will be carried out in a single specific time slot after the new exceptional situation caused by COVID-19. During the labs, new contents will be developed to facilitate the autonomous work of the student. Students will be allowed to send of a report or a task related to the contents of the lab.
Student supervision: Student can request personal meetings with the teacher through the virtual campus and Google Meet. In the case of very specific doubts raised by the students, they can send their requests through email.
SYSTEM AND EVALUATION CRITERIA:
OPTION A. Three parts:
A) Continuous work (tasks and continuous assessment test during classes) (40%).
C) Partial exams online through Google Meet and Moodle tools (60%).
Final exam online through Google Meet and Moodle tools (100%).