An initial diagnostic evaluation will be carried out: with the objective of assessing the previous mastery of the students on the subject. The subject will be evaluated following several methods: 1. Written tests of all face-to-face contents. This test may consist of multiple choice multiple choice questions, short questions and practical assumptions. 2. Co-evaluations of the students of the work developed in the self-learning groups. 3. Evaluation of group processes. 4. Formative self-evaluations. 5. Oral presentations of the students. 6. Systematic observation in theoretical-practical classes 1. CONTINUOUS EVALUATION: A) THEORETICAL PART (Exam, assistance and online activities). (75%) The evaluation in the subject includes aspects related to theory, practice and attitude, and the final grade is defined as follows: 1.- Two theoretical exams, completed units two and five. 2.-As part of the continuous evaluation: realization of different activities and exercises throughout the theoretical and practical sessions (for example: online exercises). 3.- Readings and online questionnaires. B) PRACTICAL PART 1- Internship work: Related to a health problem. Work in which a health problem is analyzed and its impact on Occupational Therapy from the perspective of Public Health. Its realization is group and mandatory (25%). 2. EVALUATION DOES NOT CONTINUE. A) THEORETICAL PART (Examination). 1.- A theoretical exam at the end of the semester, which will consist of 40-45 multiple choice questions and one problem (75%). B) PRACTICAL PART 2- - Practical Work: Related to a health problem. Work in which a health problem is analyzed and its impact on Occupational Therapy from the perspective of Public Health. Its realization is group and mandatory (25%). FINAL NOTE OF THE SUBJECT There will be a mediation between the theory grade and the practical note. In order to do both parts (theory and practice) they must have a 5, although the theory or practice note is kept for September / December.
The Honor Roll will be awarded to the highest grade, in proportion to the number of students enrolled.