- 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.
The theoretical module of the course is assessed through a multiple choice of three alternative response exam with a minimum of two questions per topic. The contents of the test is based both on the material explained in class and in the bibliography of recommended study. The minimum score to pass the subject is 5. correction formula: PD = A - (E / k-1), where A are the hits, errors E k the number of choices of the questions.
Students who opt for the continuous evaluation of the practices must attend all practices and Present Activities Scheduled assignments in them. Exercises , partial CONTROLS , memories or activities performed by the students will be evaluated.
Those who opt for the non-contact practices made ¿¿evaluation of UN scammers test examination type questions with three possible answers . The contents of the exam will be based both on the subject explained in class Practices As recommended in the literature study. Low note is 5. Paragraph approve correction formula : PD = A - (E / k - 1) , where a child 's successes, the E k the number of choices of the questions errors
The subject is evaluated in an integrated manner in each call , there is no possibility to approve partial contents thereof . In each session the student will be assessed by both the entire subject .
Both the final exam as assessment practices will be marked from 0 to 10, must obtain at least a rating of 5 in each. Subsequently, the weighted average is obtained: note theory + practice x 0.7 x 0.3 note.
Students interested in additional work to upload your notes, practical activities conducted 5 clinical cases the manual of the subject not included in the pilot program. The work will have an area of ¿¿approximately 25-30 pages (Source 12 1.5 line spacing). The teacher will be given before the examination of the subject. The maximum score of this work is 1 point, which would add to the final grade, provided the student has earned a grade of 5.