The evaluation consists of 3 sections. To pass the subject you have to obtain an overall grade of 5 or more. It cannot be exceeded if in any of the sections a grade below four points is obtained.
1. Final written test: represents 60% of the grade. A final evaluation test will be carried out on the theoretical contents of the subject. It will consist of an exam with 40 quiz questions with three answer options. There is a penalty for questions answered wrongly with a correction factor of 0.5.
2. Mandatory internships and practical work: 35%. It consists of two parts; 2.1. Practical sessions (30%), and 2.2. Practical work (5%).
2.1. Practical Sessions. A continuous evaluation will be carried out at the end of each practice, except in the practice "Exploration of the Lower Extremity I" to be evaluated together in the practice session "Exploration of the Lower Extremity II":
a. Lower Extremity Scan I AND II. Represents 10% of the note.
b. Neuro-Muscular Scan of the Lower Extremity. Represents 10% of the note.
c. Exploration of the Joint Range of the Lower Extremity. Represents 10% of the note.
2.2. Classroom Activities: 5%. They are divided into;
a. Activity 1: Recognition of relevant anatomical structures of the foot (3%). The activity will be carried out once given the Topic 2.2: Inspection, Palpation and Valuation of the Joint Range of Movement in the joints of the Foot.
b. Activity 2: Measuring plantar footprints (2%). On a plantar footprint, different measurements will be made such as the Chippaux-Smirak index, the Staheli index, and Clarke's angle.
3. Fulfillment of tutoring and other shared tasks: 5%. Students will carry out and present in groups a work on a concept related to the agenda of the subject, then explain to their peers in class. They may use different audiovisual supports provided that there is an explanation and communication on the part of the student. The teacher will indicate each group, the concept to be explained and the date of exposure. The document submitted (3%), as well as the tutorials derived from this elaboration (2%) will be assessed.
Final evaluation test: the final evaluation test is composed of;
1. Evaluation of theoretical content: see the description in point 1. It represents 60% of the note.
2. Evaluation of practical content: for those who do not pass the assessment of the practical content described in point 2. It will consist of 5 PRAC questions (short open answer questions) about the practical content of the subject. Represents 40% of the grade.1.