- Case studies: Learning through the analysis of actual or simulated cases in order to interpret and resolve them by employing various alternative solution procedures.
- Lecture: Pass on knowledge and activate cognitive processes in students, encouraging their participation.
- Problem-based learning: Develop active learning strategies through problem solving that promote thinking, experimentation, and decision making in the student.
- Solving exercises and problems: Exercise, test, and apply previous knowledge through routine repetition.
The final grade for the course will consist of the sum of the grades obtained in continuous assessment and the final exam.
A. Continuous assessment. To access the continuous evaluation, the student must meet the following requirements:
to. Show your decision to be evaluated by this system at the beginning of the course by signing the corresponding contract / program.
b. Regularly attend at least 80% of classes, and
c. Perform in a timely manner, at least 80% of practices responsible.
Ongoing evaluation consists of two types of non-practical alternatives:
1. Tasks group practices that take place in person at the end of each topic or subject block, and
2. Performance of practical tests that will arise over the agenda.
The maximum score for this system is 25% of the final mark, which will add to the exam as long as this is equal to or greater than 4 (scoring the final exam 0-10)
B. Assessment by Review. The final exam will consist in performing one or several practical cases that include explicit or implicit theory questions.
The maximum score a student can get in the exam is 10 points.
The course will be approved when the sum of the final exam and, where appropriate, continuous assessment is equal to or greater than 5 points.The maximum score will never be higher than 10 points
The length of the test is 2 hours maximum .