Guia docente 2021_22
Facultad de Educación y Trabajo Social
Grado en Educación Infantil
  Sociology: Sociology of education
Code Description
CB1 Students have shown to have and understand knowledge in an area of study based on general secondary education, and are at a level in which they can have recourse to advanced textbooks and also to have updated knowledge on the progress made in their field of study.
CB2 Students know how to apply knowledge in their work or vocation in a professional manner and have competences that are usually proven through preparation and defence of arguments and problem-solving in their area of study.
CB3 Students have the ability to gather and interpret relevant data (usually within their study area) to make judgements that include a reflection on the relevant social, scientific or ethical issues.
CB4 Students can transmit information, ideas, problems and solutions to both specialised and non-specialised public.
CB5 Students have developed the necessary learning skills to undertake further studies with a high degree of autonomy.
CG2 Promote and facilitate early childhood learning from a global and integrating perspective, in the different psychomotor, cognitive, emotional and volitional dimensions.
CG5 Group reflection on acceptance of rules and respect for others. Boost autonomy and singularity of each student via the management of emotions, feelings and values in early childhood.
CG7 Know the educational implications of information and communication technologies and, in particular, of television in early childhood.
CG9 Knowledge of how primary schools are organised and the different actions that comprise their operation. Assume that the practice of teaching has to be improved and adapted to the scientific, pedagogical and social changes throughout life.
CG10 Act as a counsellor to parents on the subject of family education in the 0 to 6-year-old age bracket and master social skills for managing and relating to each student's family and to all families.
CG11 Reflect on classroom practices to innovate and improve educational tasks, acquire habits and skills for autonomous and cooperative learning, and promote them among students.
CG12 Understand the role, possibilities and limits of education in today's society and the core competencies affecting higher education schools and their professionals. Know the quality improvement models that can be applied to educational centres.
CE1 Understand the educational and learning processes in the 0 to 6-year-old age bracket, within the family, social and school contexts.
CE4 Know how to identify stages and their cognitive, psychomotor, communicative, social and affective characteristics.
CE10 Create and maintain communication ties with families to effectively influence the educational process.
CE11 Understand and learn to play the role of guardian and counsellor in relation to family education.
CE12 Promote and collaborate within and outside the school, in actions organized by families, town councils and other institutions that impact on citizenship education.
CE13 Critically analyse and incorporate the most relevant issues of today's society that affect education in the family and at school: social and educational impact of audio-visual languages and of screens; changes in gender and inter-generational relations; multiculturalism and interculturalism; discrimination and social inclusion, as well as sustainable development.
CE14 To know the historical evolution of the family, the different types of families, lifestyles and education in the family context.
CE23 Understand that systematic observation is a basic instrument for reflecting on practice and reality, as well as for contributing to innovation and improving primary education.
CE24 Master the observation and recording techniques.
CE25 Undertake field analysis via observational methodology using information technology, documentation and audio-visual media.
CE26 Learn how to analyse data obtained, critically understand reality and draft a report on the findings.
CE27 Position the primary school within the Spanish educational system, the European and international contexts.
CE28 Learn about international experiences and of innovative practices in primary education.
CE29 Value the importance of teamwork.
CE30 Participate in the preparation and follow-up of primary education projects within the school's framework of projects, and through collaboration with the region and with other professionals and social agents.
CE31 Know the legislation governing primary schools and their organisation.
CE36 To know the scientific method and to promote scientific thinking and experimentation.
CE37 To become familiar with the evolution of thinking, customs, beliefs and social and political movements throughout history.
CE43 To develop speaking and writing skills.
CE48 To approach situations of language learning in multilingual contexts.
CE62 Relate theory and practice with the reality in the classroom and the centre.
CE63 Participate in teaching activity and learn to perform by acting and reflecting through practice.
CE64 Participate in improvement proposals in the different fields of action that can be set up in a centre.
CE66 Learn ways to collaborate with the different sectors of the educational community and the social environment.
CE67 These competences, and those from the remaining subjects, will be reflected in the final year dissertation, to reflect the training acquired in all subjects described herein.
CT1 Capacity for analysis and synthesis
CT2 Capacity for organisation and planning
CT3 Oral and written communication
CT5 Knowledge of informatics
CT6 Information management capacity
CT7 Troubleshooting
CT8 Decision-making
CT9 Team Work
CT10 Work in an international context
CT11 Skills in interpersonal relations
CT12 Critical reasoning
CT13 Critical reasoning
CT14 Ethical commitment
CT15 Autonomous learning
CT16 Adaptation to new situations
CT17 Creativity
CT18 Leadership
CT19 Knowledge of other cultures and customs
CT20 Initiative and an entrepreneurial spirit
CT21 Motivation for quality
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