Theoretical content (60% of the final grade): It will be evaluated through a final exam. This is an objective test of at least 30 questions trying to include at least three questions per topic, although this number of questions may vary depending on the number of hours dedicated to certain theoretical contents and their relevance in consolidating the bases theoretical of the subject. The questions will be type test with four or five alternative answers. Score from 0 to 10. The correction formula is: Note = ((hits- (errors / k-1) / n)) * 10. Where k is the number of alternatives and n the number of questions.
Practical content (40% of the final grade): It will be done based on the development of a group portfolio (30%) and the evaluation of teamwork (10%). The portfolio implies the realization of the practices and exercises related to the theoretical contents explained that will be delivered at the end of the practices. Two of the practices will be compulsory attendance for all group members; the performance of the intervention in public and the recording of a clinical interview about a podiatric case. Finally, teamwork (10% of the final grade): Students will form teams of 5 people to perform the different activities during practices. All members must fill in the teamwork notebook where they will register attendance at the classroom practices, scheduled tutorials and meetings held outside the classroom to advance the portfolio and mandatory practices of the subject. At the end of the internship, the teacher will ask each subgroup of practices to distribute the work grade among the members of the group. For this, the students will attach at the end of the work an annex in which they will specify said distribution and that it will have to be signed by all the members of the working group. The evaluation of teamwork will correspond to 10% of the final grade.
Final evaluation ordinary call; 60% Theoretical content + 40% Practical content + 1 extra point for participation in theoretical classes. To pass the subject and obtain the extra grade, it is necessary to obtain a minimum score of 5 in both parts, theory and practice.
Those students who do not attend compulsory practical classes or do not carry out group work will have to recover the practical part, in an extraordinary call, with the completion of a practical exam consisting of 5 short development questions and the performance of a public intervention and / or clinical interview. In these cases the theoretical exam will account for up to 70% of the subject and the practical exam will account for up to 30% of the subject. A minimum of 5 points is required to obtain an approval in the subject, in a range of 0 to 10 in both the theoretical and the practical part.
As a consequence of the exceptional situation caused by the COVID-19, and in view of the need to adapt the Spanish university system to non-attendance, the development of the teaching activity corresponding to the second four-month period of the 2019/2020 academic year will be subject to the following changes in the teaching guide, which are specified as an addendum to the one previously approved for the course.
Face-to-face period (appointment by e-mail)
NON-presential period: As far as possible, tutorials are carried out by e-mail, answering the doubts raised by the students. If the student requires it, there is the possibility of tutoring through the Google Meet tool, at a time agreed upon by the teacher-student.
a) Master Class. Live online session through Google Meet. The session is recorded with the consent of the student. Sessions will be recorded and later made available to students through the virtual campus universite.
b) Possibility of carrying out short tasks/exercises within the online session (dynamic activities, kahoot, socrative, etc.)
Live online session through Google Meet with theoretical explanation and practice activities.
Sending of the Task during class time.
Practices 8 and 9 will be recorded as an evaluation of the public intervention and the clinical interview (obligatory attendance for all the people who make up the work teams).
Final evaluation in continuous assessment mode:
40% Theoretical content
60% Practical Content (50% internship portfolio+10% teamwork evaluation)
Final evaluation without continuous evaluation mode:
40% Theoretical content
60% Practical Content. Students who have not attended the practical sessions or do not meet the criteria of the continuous mode will take an online practical exam through the Moodle Virtual Campus that will consist of 5 short development questions. There will also be a public intervention and/or clinical interview through Google Meet.
In both cases:
+ 1 extra point for participation in theory classes (face-to-face and exercises/tasks in the online modality). To pass the course and get the extra grade, it is necessary to get a minimum score of 5 in both parts, theory and practice.
Non-attendance exam in June
The exam in June will be taken online through the Moodle Virtual Campus. It will start at the same time as the current checkerboard. A time limit will be indicated for completion. All students will take the exam simultaneously, with the same deadline. The questions will be presented randomly, as well as the answers to the multiple choice questions. Only one attempt will be made to answer each question.
If the teaching staff assesses it, the students will be asked to justify their answers to the exam.