Consecuencia de la situación de excepcionalidad provocada por el COVID-19, y ante la necesidad de adaptación del sistema universitario español a la no presencialidad, el desarrollo de la actividad docente correspondiente al segundo cuatrimestre del curso 2019/2020 estará sujeto a los siguientes cambios en la guía docente que se concretan como adenda a la previamente aprobada para la asignatura.
Theoretical Lessons: Teaching is taught online in the slots established for the subject in the adapted official schedule for the second semester. The Google Meet app will be used from the virtual campus (Universite). The sessions will be recorded and made available in an online Word document that the students have at their disposal and it is updated at the end of each session. That collaborative document also includes links to complementary material and this document can be accessed through the following link:
Practical lessons: Same information as that provided for the theory classes. A joint practical session is held on Monday from 12 to 1.30 p.m.
Tutorials: They are carried out, at the request of the students, through the Google Meet tool, at a time agreed by the teacher-student/s. Others are done through email, answering the questions raised by the students.
The marks for this subject will be carried out using the same percentages to that stipulated in the Official Academic Guide.
The following adjustments will be made to the assessment criteria:
1. FINAL EXAM
- The official day and time of the subject are maintained.
- The students will be organized in virtual classrooms to carry out the exam.
- The test will contain questions of different types and formats, to be carried out on the Moodle platform.
- As indicated in the subject guide, the final test can be done with access to supporting documents and the subject material.
- The questions of this test will be arranged sequentially, that is, the students must answer the questions in their order of appearance. In this way, the student will not be able to access all the questions simultaneously.
- Before the exam date, there will be a test in which the performance and behavior guidelines will be indicated during the final test. This test will be communicated during online teaching and through an advertisement on the subject's virtual campus (Universite)
- The correction criteria will be the same as those provided in the Official Guide of the subject.
- The delivery date has been adjusted in the Task Manager of the virtual campus, having been set for April 24 at 11:59 p.m.
- After the delivery date, a list will be communicated with the number of groups and an identification code / group. In the same announcement, a link to Doodle will be attached, where each group must choose a time slot for the exhibition and defence of this Task.
- Each slot will be 30 minutes, with a maximum of 10 minutes for the presentation of the task, followed by a discussion/defence for approximately 10 additional minutes.
- All the members of the group must be present at the presentation, to be held with Google Meet in a session enabled by the teaching staff. It is necessary that the connection has audio and video by each student.
- Given the change in format for the presentation and defense of this part of the subject, the percentages and evaluation items are adjusted and will be as follows:
o IMPLEMENTATION: feasibility (1), originality (1), regulations and organization (1.5), material (1.5), adaptations (1.5), presentation (2), answers to questions (2)
o WORK DOCUMENT: does not change.
3. STUDY CASE
- This task will be available to the students once the topic 3.2 has been taught. Classification in para-sports for people with physical disabilities.
4. The Additional Requirements (see below) of the Official Guide approved at the beginning of the 2019-20 academic year are maintained.
SUBJECT SUBJECT OF EXAMINATION:
- All the topics, practices and seminars taught by the teachers of the subject (both face-to-face and non-face-to-face):
1. INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY AND OTHER NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS
2. INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND PARA-SPORTS.
3. PHYSICAL DISABILITY AND REDUCED MOBILITY
4. SENSORY DISABILITY
- The students will take a final non-contact exam (60% of the grade for the course), through the Google Meet platform, allowing the use of complementary material.
- The test will consist of 6 essay questions, will have a maximum duration of 150 min, and the maximum recommended time for solving them will be indicated.
- There will be an extra question at the end of the evaluation test, with the following specifications:
o That question will have a relative value of 1.5 points out of base 10.
o It can be done during the remaining exam time.
o This question is only corrected if the total exam score, up to this question, is 6 or more points out of base 10.
- One question will be presented per page, the distribution of some questions will be random and navigation through the exam will be sequential.
- Those students who must complete option B (i.e. they have not submitted tasks 1 and 2) will have up to 90 additional minutes to ask two alternative questions, one for each task not presented.
- The maximum score of the 6 questions is 12.75 points, indicating the relative score of each question on the total score.
- The correction criteria will be those provided in the academic guide of the subject and its addendum.
DEVELOPMENT OF THE EXAM:
- The exam will take place on June 2, starting at 09:00 a.m. and ending at 11:30 a.m. (150 min). The exam will close at the stipulated time and cannot be continued. Students living in the Canary Islands should remember that for them the exam will start 1 hour before (08:00 h).
- To take the exam, you will have to connect to the Google Meet application 20 min before it starts (08:40 on the peninsula and 07:40 on the Canary Islands).
- Each student will be assigned a video conference room in the Google Meet application. On Monday 1st, around 7:00 p.m., each student will receive the invitation to the corresponding classroom in their email @ goumh.umh.es.
- Questions cannot be asked during the exam. If there are any questions that you consider to be poorly written, the teacher / s should be indicated in a particular way after the exam.
- The exam will be developed through the Moodle Questionnaires tool. The exam will be arranged in the General Information section.
- In order to take the exam, the student must have a camera, which must be oriented towards himself and towards the screen where he is taking the exam (Image). The camera will remain active throughout the development of the exam so that the student's identity is accredited. Please avoid backlighting so that the computer screen you are working on can be seen properly.
- If a student does not have a camera, or experiences a connection problem during the examination, the affected person will be particularly dealt with to guarantee their right to evaluation.
- The student who has connection problems will have to immediately notify the teacher using the mobile network, preferably through the chat in the MEET room where they were taking the exam or via email.
- In the case of a specific connection problem, the exam will be extended to the particular student. In the case of connection problems for a long time (± 15 min), the teacher may repeat the exam the next day through an oral exam.