Citizenship and Professionalism (Social Skills) Nuclei Generators 8.

Domains Pro gramming Reference / DRA1 Themes - Personal Projects and Thinking personnel. Lif e skills prospectively Evidence Criteria to identify ways to manage personal lif e. Plan and optimize personal ambitions. Explore resources for a strategic manag ement personnel. DRA2 - Work Management. Mobilizing knowledge to identify variou s forms of management of professional life. Mobilize new knowledge and develop a lternatives to face professional problems. Plan, propose and work differently in extended contexts. DRA3 - collective projects. Design, develop and cooperate in collective projects. Identify collective projects. Planning projects. Cooperate directly. DRA4 - Capacity Forecasting. Position yourself prospectively in macro -social contexts of uncertainty and ambiguity. Identify macro-social contexts of uncertainty and ambiguity. Select options of behavior in non-formal and non-dev elopment strategies that involve teams or small relatives. solving complex professional problems. assume the change as desirable face a challenge to global change. Adopt lifestyl e changes driven by global risks (eg global change) Competency Unit 8: Design and develop personal and social projects. 14 Citizenship and Professionalism (Cognitive Skills) Nuclei Generators 1. Rights a nd Duties of Reference Areas / Issues DRA1 - Freedom and Skills Recognize constr aints and Criteria for Evidence Evidence of autonomy and situations Personal Responsibility. spaces of personal freedom. shared responsibility. Understand the dimensions inherent in the construction an d maintenance of the common good: Well vs. individual. Public good in the commun ity. Explain situations of freedom and personal responsibility DRA2 - Labor Rights and Duties. Inalienable and assume rights labor Identify rights labor in confrontation with responsibilities economic rights and / or market. Interpreting rights by the Labour Code. Recogni

ze the expression of social and labor rights. due to / the worker / a. DRA3 - Participatory and Representative Democracy Recognize the fundamental core of a typical state Identify fundamental rights. Interpreting rights by the Constitution of contemporary democratic. Portuguese Republic. Explore with the relevant rights for proposals for coordina tion between representation and participation. DRA4 Rights, Duties and To list rights and duties in Identify a sustainable global community. Reflect on the fundamental rights of Global Contexts global community. "Universal Declaration of Human Rights" and other key documents. Being able to t alk, argue and participate in a vast universe of social situations recognized. Unit of Competency 1: Identify personal rights and duties, collective, global an d understand their emergence and application either as expressions of tension so metimes convergence. 7 Citizenship and Professionalism (Cognitive Skills) Nuclei Generators 2. Complexi ty and Change Fields of Reference / Themes DRA1 - Lifelong Learning. Contextuali zing Competencies problems of everyday life situations and and Criteria for Evid ence Identify conflict and distinguished positions in confrontation. Organize, r efine and manage diverse information towards a particular reality. Domestic inte ract with different actors in context and integrate their different dimensions. integrating

information Miscellaneous soluccionando conflicts. DRA2 - Process innovation. Exercise initiative and crea tivity in new work processes. To identify new work processes. Report the failure of media technical / organizational work processes and adapt to unexpected situations. Ex plore and use ICTs to access data and its sorting. DRA3 - Associations and Movem ents Collective. Decode and identify constraints to distinguish views in differe nt levels of analysis. To analyze the weak mobilization associative or instituti onal rigidity and ways to overcome them. Understand the organization and promoti on of collective distinct. DRA4 - Globalization. Recognize factors and dynamics of globalization. Identify factors and dynamics of globalization. Describe cases of intervention in macrosocial scale. (Re) learning and supranational forms of participation and intervention. Competency Unit 2: Relating so confident with th e complexity of the information, identifying and reading different angles of dif ferent scales of reality. construction of associative dynamics and act critically address these obstacles. 8 Citizenship and Professionalism (Cognitive Skills) Nuclei Generators 3. Reflecti vity and Critical Thinking Reference Areas / Issues DRA1 - Prejudices, Stereotyp es and Social Representations Skills Assume personal biases in the representatio n demonstrate deconstruct. of / the other / the Criteria of Evidence and identif y the experiences in which there was a need to avoid adverse situations. Explore the capability of questioning. Recognize stereotypes and social representations and propose alternatives. DRA2 - Organizational and occupational conversion. Re cognize personal boundaries in their professional performance and identify and c ompare critically dynamics capacity organizational. Explain professional. Explore and question the impact of models practical situations of ethical questioning in the light of a culture of rigor. organizational work performance. DRA3 - Institutions and Model Mapping different models identify different institutional models. Compare institutions. Explore t he functional content against different institutional scales. DRA4 - Public Opin ion and Reflection. Identify stereotyped cultural and social understanding the m echanisms of their formation and revealing identify cultural stereotypes in the media. Focus distance and the light reflection of different cultural perspective s. Understanding the formation of public opinion in light of the diverse perspec tives present. critically different models Institutional. institutions of local and national scale and recognize its functional content. critical distance. Competency Unit 3: Questioning and deconstruct their own prejudices and social s

tereotypes. 9 Citizenship and Professionalism (Ethics Skills) Nuclei Generators 4. Identity an d Alterity Fields Reference / Themes DRA1 - Codes and Communications Skills Reco gnize principles of conduct based on codes of loyalty Criteria Evidence Demonstr ate empathy and caring and compassionate reaction against the other. Interpret e thical codes. Principles of conduct and report an opinion Community. institutional and community. substantiated. DRA2 - Professional and Organizational Collective. Expressing the sense of belonging and loyalty to the collective Identify membership and loyalt y in various contexts. Explain situations professional relationship with multicu ltural challenges. Express themselves and act against individuals, groups or org anizations within a multicultural inclusive logical second. DRA3 - Public Policy . Identify and evaluate public policies in the face of Identifying the diversity of public policies in society. Linking associative and political rights. Lie at the incorporation of the migrant population. DRA4 - Identities and Cultural Her itage. Relate the common heritage of humankind, interdependence and solidarity. Reflecting on the social implications of the common heritage of mankind. Discuss and evaluate the role of / citizens / in the world today: in the framework of l egal relations professional. reception diversity of identities. supranational integration and supranational powers of the state towards its citi zens. Express and demonstrate solidarity and respect for different cultural iden tities. Competency Unit 4: Valuing diversity and act in accordance with their own convic tions. 10 Citizenship and Professionalism (Ethics Skills) Nuclei Generators 5. Conviction and Confidence Ethics Fields Reference / Themes DRA1 - Ethical and Cultural Valu es. Distinguish the various skills hierarchies of values, choose, hold concernin g ethical and cultural. Criteria for Evidence Identifying different cultural val ues. Argument and counter-argue in contexts of cultural tension. Intervene in co ntexts of cultural tension. DRA2 - Ethics and Standards Adopt ethical standards and professional values as a reference not to identify ethical and professional standards. Recognizing the reference values in organizations. Act critically abo ut the practices / attitudes articulated social responsibility personally and pr ofessionally. Identify values needed for Professionals. negotiable professional contexts. DRA3 - Code of Conduct To identify conviction and firmnes s and ethical values necessary for institutional development.

Institutional. institutional development. Explore evaluative attitudes in context organizational. Contribute to building an ethical code of conduct. DRA4 - Moral Choices To name choices Identify basic moral conduct solidarity.€Position yours elf by trial informed about different moral choices. Strive to preserve the cult ural heritage of humanity. Community. for the global community: dignity versus. inhumanity, development vs. poverty, justice vs. asymmetry ... Competency Unit 5: Assessing the reality in light of a consistent set of values and act accordingly. 11 Citizenship and Professionalism (Ethics Skills) Nuclei Generators 6. Opening Mor al Domain Reference / Themes DRA1 - Tolerance and Diversity. Identify skills req uirements of tolerance and act accordingly. Criteria for Identifying Evidence de mocratic values recognize the need for tolerance of personal conduct. Demonstrat e willingness to accept / tolerate different ways of being. DRA2 - Negotiation Processes. Assume principles of nego tiation, active listening and respect for Identifying processes of negotiation a nd intervention. Adopt attitudes of openness and cooperation in professional con texts. Professionals intervene. DRA3 - Representation Pluralism and Plural. Assu me the value of pluralism as a political community. Identify plural forms an ins titutional point of view. Relate the political community and plural representati on. Mobilize an intervention project. DRA4 - Intercultural Mediation. Relate to cultural diversity according to a logical Identifying and overcoming difficultie s faced with concrete situations of social stereotyping and prejudice. Recognize and exploit critical judgments mixed. Contribute to building a good practice gu ide on mediation. with assertiveness in contexts interventions and different ideas. interaction and mediation. Competency Unit 6: Adopt tolerance, listening and mediation as principles of soc ial inclusion. 12 Citizenship and Professionalism (Social Skills) Nuclei Generators 7. Argumentati on and Assertiveness Fields Reference / Themes DRA1 - Capacity argumentative. Ca librating the argumentative skills own initiative with the host of divergent poi nts of view. Criteria for Evidence Identifying the need for critical reflection in the face of differing views. Recognize internal talent for opening and receptivity to other viewpoints. Explore argumentative situations of interaction . DRA2 - Capacity assertive. Identify the interaction and understand various pro cesses to identify professional and personal interaction controversial. Recogniz e the need for assertive participation in different spheres of life. Ability to prepare an action plan for staff professional and personal situations complex. D RA3 - deliberative mechanisms. Participating institutions differently. actively deliberative scale Identify different institutional scales. Understanding multip

le deliberative mechanisms. Explore the willingness to participate in areas problematic from day to day. different projects. Public DRA4. - Debates and Intervention intervene in public debates. Identify ways of resolving conflicts on a scale of public intervention. Explore distinguish public intervention in public debates. democratic forms of intervention Unit of Competency 7: Ability of public intervention in contexts of antagonism o f views. 13