General Criteria: 1.- The final grade to pass the subject is '5'. 2.- 50% of the final grade will correspond to the theoretical exam that will be a test type. 3.- 45% of the final grade will correspond to clinical practices and seminars 4.- 5% of the final grade will correspond to other training activities (activities carried out in class, attendance to classes, etc.). Specific Criteria: Theoretical exam: The exam of the theoretical part will be a test type and will consist of 40 multiple-choice questions and will represent 50% of the final grade. The minimum grade required in the theoretical exam to pass the subject will be `4`. Practices and seminars: The note corresponding to this section will represent 45% of the final grade. The evaluation will be independent for each one of the parts in which this section is subdivided (3 seminars) and the weight of each seminar will be as follows: Seminar 1: Preparation, tutorial, delivery and explanation of the material, as well as the resolution of doubts and problems for the realization in video of a clinical interview to an elderly patient (being part of the `Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment '), will represent 30% of the practical section. Seminar 2: Support Products. This seminar consists of the description, knowledge and use of different support products useful in geriatric podiatry. There will be a written test at the end of the practice consisting of 5 test questions. It represents 35% of the practical section. Seminar 3: Consists of the presentation in pairs of the video assigned in the practical session 1. The evaluation criteria of this section are: Attitude and skill of the student shown during the interview, presence before the patient, both corporal and oral expression of the student during the interview, video image quality, video sound quality and editing (explanatory signs, etc). This seminar represents 35% of the practical section. Other training activities: They represent 5% of the final grade and include among others: class attendance, activities that take place outside the school hours, attitude of the student, presence in class, etc. Note: THE PRESENCE TO THE THREE SEMINARS IS MANDATORY EXCEPT VERY JUSTIFIED CAUSES.
Classroom Activities: Will assume 5% of the final grade.
Among the different activities that will be carried out in the classroom are:
- Evaluation questionnaires
- Complete texts related to the explained subject that contain blank spaces, by means of words shown in a list.
- Realization of crosswords corresponding to terms and concepts explained in the class
- Interactive activities in the classroom through the Socrative application.