BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN PRIMARY SCHOOL EDUCATION - SKILLS
CGI1 - Ability to analyze and synthesize.
CGI2 - Problem-solving.
CGI3 - Ability to organize and plan.
CGI4 - Ability to manage information from different sources.
CGI5 - Basic general knowledge of the area of study.
CGI6 - Oral and written communication skills in the native language.
CGP7 Interpersonal skills.
CGP8 - Teamwork.
CGP9 - Critical and self-critical skills.
CGP10 - Ethical commitment.
CGS11 - Ability to learn.
CGS12 - Ability to adapt to new situations.
CGS13 - Ability to work independently.
CGS14 - Concern for quality.
CGS15 - Understanding cultures and customs in other countries.
CGS16 - Understanding religion and Christian values.
CEC1 - Ability to understand the complexities of education processes in general and, in particular, the processes of teaching and learning.
CEC2 - Solid scientific and cultural training.
CEC3 - Ability to organize teaching in an integrated manner using disciplinary, cross-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary knowledge appropriate for the level of education.
CEC4 - Ability to adequately use and incorporate information and communication technologies in teaching-learning activities.
CEC5 - Ability to foster quality in different learning settings (classroom and center), thereby ensuring the well-being of students.
CEC6 - Ability to use evaluation as a regulatory element that fosters the improvement of teaching and learning.
CEC7 - Ability to carry out educational work within the framework of inclusive education.
CEC8 - Ability to undertake the tutoring role aimed at students and parents and to coordinate educational activities in reference to your students.
CEC9 -Ability to collaborate with different sectors of the education community and environment.
CEC10 - Ability to have a realistic self-image and to self-regulate.
CEC11 - Ability to accept the need for continuous professional development by self-evaluating your own practice.
CEC12 - Ability to generate positive expectations of learning and the comprehensive process of children.
CEC13 - Ability to take on and adhere to the Christian dimensions of life.
CEC14 - Basic knowledge of the teaching profession.
CEC15 - Ability to use a second language in the classroom environment (English-Level B2).
CEC16 - Ability to come up with new (creative) ideas when carrying out educational work.
CEP1 - Understanding the learning processes relating to the age period of 6-12 in the family, social and school context.
CEP2 - Being aware of the characteristics of these students, as well as the characteristics of their motivational and social settings.
CEP3 - Acquiring the necessary knowledge to understand the personal development of these students and to identify dysfunctions.
CEP4 - Identifying learning difficulties, reporting them and helping to deal with them.
CEP5 - Knowing current proposals and developments based on skills learning.
CEP6 - Identifying and planning how to resolve educational situations that affect students with different abilities and rates of learning.
CEP7 - Analyzing and understanding educational processes in and out of the classroom regarding the age period of 6-12.
CEP8 - Knowing the foundations of primary school education.
CEP9 - Analyzing teaching practice and the institutional conditions that define it.
CEP10 - Knowing the historical development of the education system in our country and the policies and laws that have an impact on educational activity.
CEP11 - Knowing the interaction and communication processes in the classroom.
CEP12 - Addressing and resolving discipline issues.
CEP13 - Fostering collaborative and individual work and effort.
CEP14 - Encouraging ethical education aimed at preparing an active and democratic citizenship.
CEP15 - Knowing and addressing school-related situations in multicultural contexts.
CEP16 - Designing, planning and evaluating teaching activities and classroom-based learning.
CEP17 - Having and applying innovative experiences in primary school education.
CEP18 - Helping to define the educational program and the general activity of the center in line with quality management criteria.
CEP19 - Having knowledge of and applying basic educational research methodologies and techniques and being able to design innovative projects identifying evaluation indicators.
CEP20 - Demonstrating social skills in order to understand families and to make oneself understood.
CEP21 - Knowing how to carry out the duties of tutor and counselor regarding family-based education during the 6-12 years of age period.
CEP22 - Relating education to the average person and cooperating with families and the community.
CEP23 - Critically analyzing and incorporating the most relevant issues in today's society that affect family and school-based education: social and educational impact of audiovisual languages and screens; changes regarding gender and generations; multiculturalism and interculturality; discrimination and social integration and sustainable development.
CEP24 - Knowing the historical evolution of family, the different types, life-styles and education in the family context.
CEP25 - Understanding the basic principles and fundamental laws of the experimental sciences (Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Geology).
CEP26 - Knowing the school curriculum for those sciences.
CEP27 - Considering and solving problems associated with everyday life sciences.
CEP28 - Appreciating sciences as a cultural fact.
CEP29 - Acknowledging the mutual influence between science, society and technological development, along with the appropriate conduct of citizens, to seek a sustainable future.
CEP30 - Developing and evaluating curriculum content using appropriate educational resources and fostering student achievement of basic skills.
CEP31 - Understanding the basic principles of social sciences.
CEP32 - Knowing the school curriculum for social sciences.
CEP33 - Integrating historical and geographical study from an instructive and cultural position.
CEP34 - Fostering democratic education of citizenship and the practice of critical social thinking.
CEP35 - Assessing the relevance of public and private institutions for the peaceful coexistence among communities.
CEP36 - Having knowledge of religion throughout history and its connection to culture.
CEP37 - Developing and evaluating curriculum content using the appropriate educational resources and fostering the corresponding student skills.
CEP38 - Acquiring basic mathematical skills (numerical, calculation, geometrics, spatial dimensions, estimations, measurements, organization and interpretation of information, etc.).
CEP39 - Knowing the school curriculum for mathematics.
CEP40 - Analyzing, reasoning and communicating mathematic proposals.
CEP41 - Considering and solving problems associated with everyday life.
CEP42 - Assessing the relationship between mathematics and sciences as one of the pillars of scientific thinking.
CEP43 - Developing and evaluating curriculum content using the appropriate educational resources and fostering the corresponding student skills.
CEP44 - Understanding the basic principles of language and communication sciences.
CEP45 - Acquiring literary training and having knowledge of children's literature.
CEP46 - Knowing the curriculum for languages and literature.
CEP47 - Speaking, reading and writing correctly and adequately in the official languages of the corresponding Autonomous Community.
CEP48 - Knowing the learning and teaching process of written language.
CEP49 - Fostering reading and encouraging writing.
CEP50 - Knowing the difficulties that students of other mother tongues have in learning the official languages.
CEP51 - Tackling language learning situations in multilingual contexts.
CEP52 - Express oneself verbally and in writing in a foreign language.
CEP53 - Developing and evaluating curriculum content using the appropriate educational resources and fostering the corresponding student skills.
CEP54 - Understanding the principles that contribute to cultural, personal and social development from the arts.
CEP55 - Knowing the school curriculum for art education in the areas of music, audiovisual and plastic arts.
CEP56 - Acquiring resources to foster life-long participation in musical and plastic art activities in and outside of school.
CEP57 - Developing and evaluating curriculum content using the appropriate educational resources and fostering the corresponding student skills.
CEP58 - Understanding the principles that contribute to cultural, personal and social development from physical education.
CEP59 - Knowing the school curriculum for physical education.
CEP60 - Acquiring resources to foster life-long participation in sports activities in and outside of school.
CEP61 - Developing and evaluating curriculum content using the appropriate educational resources and fostering the corresponding student skills.
CEP62 - Acquiring practical classroom knowledge and management.
CEP63 - Having knowledge of and applying classroom-based interaction and communication processes and acquiring the necessary social skills and abilities to foster a classroom environment that facilitates learning and coexistence.
CEP64 - Controlling and monitoring the educational process and, in particular, that of teaching and learning, through the command of the necessary techniques and strategies.
CEP65 - Relating theory and practice to the reality of the classroom and center.
CEP66 - Participating in teaching activity and learning the know-how, acting and reflecting on the practice.
CEP67 - Participating in improvement proposals in different areas of action which may be established in a center.
CEP68 - Regulating interaction and communication processes in groups of students aged 6-12.
CEP69 - Knowing methods of collaborating with different sectors of the education community and environment.
BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SPORT SCIENCE
GS01 - Ability to search for and manage information in the area of Physical Activity and Sport.
GS02 - Ability to analyse and synthesize data and information relevant to the professional area of Physical Activity and Sport.
GS03 - Ability to organise and plan in one's work as a Physical Activity and Sports professional.
GS04 - Ability to use Information and Communication Technologies applied to Physical Activity and Sport Science.
GS05 - Ability to communicate correctly, both orally and in writing, in the performance of one's work as a Physical Activity and Sport professional.
GS06 - Ability to work in a team and to establish interpersonal relation in one's work in the area of Physical Activity and Sport.
GS07 - Ability for critical reasoning and self-criticism in the practice of one's work as a Physical Activity and Sport professional.
GS08 - Ability to learn to make decisions autonomously and based on professional questions in the area of Physical Activity and Sport.
GS07 - Ability for critical reasoning and self-criticism in the practice of one's work as a Physical Activity and Sport professional.
GS10 - Ethical commitments to professional performance in the area of Physical Activity and Sport.
GS11 - Ability to develop one's profession with rigour and quality in the area of Physical Activity and Sport.
GS12 - Ability to adapt to new situations and work creatively in the area of Physical Activity and Sport.
GS13 - Ability to communicate correctly, both orally and in writing, in a foreign language (Level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) in the performance of one's work as a Physical Activity and Sport professional.
GS14 - Ability to develop one's profession with initiative and leadership in the area of Physical Activity and Sport.
SS 01 - Knowledge and understanding of physiological and biomechanical conditioning factors of the practice of physical activity and sport.
SS 02 - Knowledge and understanding of the effects of the practice of physical exercise on the structure and function of the human body.
SS 03 - Knowledge and understanding of physiological and bio-mechanical conditioning factors of the practice of physical activity and sport.
SS 04 - Knowledge and understanding of the effects of the practice of physical exercise on psychological and social aspects of the human being.
SS 05 - Knowledge and understanding of the fundamentals, structures and functions of the skills and patterns of human movement.
SS 06 - Knowledge and understanding of the fundamentals of sport.
SS 07 - Knowledge, understanding and ability to adapt physical activity to the evolutionary development and biophysiological level of those who practice physical activity and sport.
SS 08 - Knowledge and application of most common procedures for measurement and instrumentation in the area of the physical activity and sport sciences.
SS 09 - Ability to distinguish and relate the role of physical activity in the development of society and history.
SS 10 - Knowledge of the basics of research methodology applied to physical activity and sport.
SS 11 - Ability to design, develop and evaluate the teaching-learning processes relating to physical activity and sport, focusing on individual personal characteristics and contexts.
SS 12 - Promote and evaluate the adoption of sustainable and autonomous physical activity and sport habits among different profiles of the population.
SS 13 - Application of anatomical, physiological, biomechanical, behavioural and social principles in the different professional areas of physical activity and sport.
SS 14 - Identification of risks to health arising from inappropriate practice of physical activity.
SS 15 - Ability to select and use sporting materials and equipment in the different areas of physical activity and sport.
SS 16 - Ability to plan, develop and evaluate the completion of sport programs at different levels.
SS 17 - Ability to apply basic training principles to different population groups.
SS 18 - Ability to develop physical skills in different population groups.
SS 19 - Evaluation of physical condition and prescription of physical exercises oriented towards the health of different population types.
SS 20 - Ability to evaluate the importance of sport in the comprehensive physical and emotional development of people.
SS 21 - Ability to know the contribution of sport in fostering non-competitive values of cooperation, collaboration and team work.