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Teachingguide_attention to Diversity and Educational Inclusion- Didactic Implications (2)

Teachingguide_attention to Diversity and Educational Inclusion- Didactic Implications (2)

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TEACHING GUIDE
 
ATTENTION TO DIVERSITY AND EDUCATIONALINCLUSION: DIDACTIC IMPLICATIONS
 
DEGREE IN PRIMARY EDUCATION
 
ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-13
 Date: 14-01-2013
Vicerrectorado de Profesorado,Titulaciones, Ordenación Académica, Coordinación y Campus
 
ATTENTION TO DIVERSITY AND EDUCATIONAL INCLUSION: DIDACTIC IMPLICATIONSVicerrectorado de Profesorado,Titulaciones, Ordenación Académica, Coordinacn y CampusPage 2
 
ATTENTION TO DIVERSITY AND EDUCATIONAL INCLUSION: DIDACTIC IMPLICATIONS
I.-Subject IdentificationType
FORMACIÓN BÁSICA
Teaching period
2 curso, 2Q semestre
Nº of credits
6
Language in wich the subject is taught
English
II.-Presentation
Attention to diversity in education is a fundamental aspect of equal opportunities between groups, and therefore can not betreated as an aspect which refers to cultural or ethnic issues, but also those related to the independent functioning of the humanbeing , coming into play in this content, therefore, attention to people with disabilities and their educational needs.It is therefore of special interest subjects such as successful completion of education theory, social psychology of education oreducational sociology, as they anticipate a necessary foundation for understanding the different aspects within this field willsubmit.In this way, they acquire knowledge in addition to covering specific skills of the level of primary education, the right to acquire thegeneric skills of all first degree, as- Promote respect for fundamental rights and equality between men and women.- Promote respect for and promotion of Human Rights and the principles of universal accessibility and design for all inaccordance with the provisions of the final disposition tenth of the Law 51/2003 of December 2, Equal opportunities,discrimination and universal access for persons with disabilities.- Promote the values of a culture of peace and democratic values.
III.-CompetencesGeneric competences
CG1. Ability to analyse and synthesise.CG2. Ability to organise and plan.CG3. Spoken and written native language communication.CG4. Knowledge of a foreign language.CG5. Knowledge of information systems relating to the field of study.CG6. Ability to manage information.CG7. Ability to solve problems.CG8. Ability to make decisions.CG9. Teamwork.CG11. Interpersonal skills.CG12. Recognition of diversity and multi-cultural situations.CG14. Commitment to values.CG15. Ability to study independently.CG16. Ability to adapt to new situations.CG18. Leadership.CG19. Knowledge of other cultures and customsCG20. Initiative and entrepreneurshipCG21. Motivation for qualityCG22. Sensitivity to environmental issues
Specific competences
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