|Troubleshooting and / or exercises
||The practical activities to be performed are listed in the section of 'Contents for Practical Lectures', and will be explained for their development, resolution and hand-in to the lecturer on the date indicated for each of them. Each handed-in activity will be evaluated according to the criteria previously indicated, and will be given back quickly to the student, so that the learning from each correction could be incorporated to the following practical activities. The calendar for execution and presentation of the practical activities will be communicated to the students at the beginning of the course.
| CG1 |
| CE19 |
| CT2 |
| CT6 |
| CT9 |
| CT14 |
| CT16 |
| CT17 |
||A number of tests -at least two, according to the lecturer's judgment- will be performed in designed dates. In those tests it would be possible for the students to pass either all or any of the parts of the subject.
In this 'Continuous Assessment' modality the maximum score the student could achieve will be 10 points over 10.
'Continuous Evaluation' modality will assess all the work developed, either face-to-face or
not, in the programmed activities to be performed individually and/or in groups. Each student can pass the subject in the continuous evaluation modality if (s)he scores 5,00 points
in each one of the parts. In this case it is not necessary to perform the official assessment included in the schedule announcement by the School.
If in the continuous evaluation process some parts are 'not passed', the student should perform the assessment of these parts in the final assessment, both the theoretical and the practical contents, except in case the lecturer offers him/her the chance to pass those parts through a specific additional or complementary
work. The 'passed' parts will then be kept until the second assessment.
The final assessment will include the whole contents of the subject for those students who have rejected the 'continuous evaluation', and also for those who, having gone through the 'continuous assessment' modality, wish to better the score they already got in that modality.