WORLD 4 TREATMENT OF DIGITAL INFORMATION AND COMPETITION 5 SOCIAL AND COMPETITION The school that we need CITIZEN 6 CULTURAL AND ARTISTIC COMPETITION 7 COMPETITION FOR LEARNING TO LEARN 8 Autonomy and initiative In this leaflet is to inform the teacher on one of the topics covered in the lec tures and debates on educational sessions education we need, the need for new sc hool curricula Navarre, pending the LOE, covering the basic skills European . I. BASIC SKILLS IN EUROPE The European Commission of Education has established k ey skills or basic skills necessary for people learning throughout life and has encouraged member states to direct their educational policies in this direction. It defines the basic core competency or the ability to respond to complex deman ds and carry out various tasks properly. It involves a combination of practical skills, knowledge, motivation, ethical values, attitudes, emotions and other soc ial components that work together to effective action. Key competencies are thos e that support personal fulfillment, social inclusion, active citizenship and em ployment. III. BASIC SKILLS IN THE LOE Article 6 The curriculum of the LOE defines the curriculum as "the set of object ives, basic skills, content, teaching methods and evaluation criteria." The asse ssment in Article 144, the law says that "the Institute of Evaluation and the re levant bodies of the education authorities in the context of the overall assessm ent of the education system which they compete, cooperate in conducting comprehe nsive assessments of diagnosis, which provide representative data, both the stud ents and the centers of the autonomous communities and the whole State. These as sessments will focus on core competencies of the curriculum, conducted in primar y and secondary education and include, in any case, under Articles 21 and 29. Ac cording to Article 21, "at the end of the second cycle of primary education all schools will conduct a diagnostic assessment of basic skills achieved by their s tudents." Under Article 29, "at the end of the second course of compulsory secon dary education all schools will conduct a diagnostic assessment of basic skills achieved by their students. "Promoting the LOE, in Article 20.2 states that" stu dents will enter the next stage educational cycle or whenever it appears that ha

s reached the appropriate basic skills and the proper degree of maturity. "Furth ermore, Article 31 states that 'students at the end of compulsory secondary educ ation have reached the core competencies and objectives of the stage will get th e graduate degree Compulsory Secondary Education. " II. Basic skills in Navarre in Navarre, for several years, educational plans are focused towards improving the basic skills of students in primary education and that through their plans for improvement (resolution 293/2005 of 12 April and R esolution 672/2006 of 27 June, respectively). In these plans, the acquisition of basic skills is linked to the promotion of educational values and family involv ement. Concerning the assessment of basic skills in our community have been carr ying out tests to assess the level of their acquisition in students Navarre. For this, we have established performance standards that clearly define what studen ts should know and be able to do in each subject. BASIC SKILLS Acquired through the curriculum areas, each of the areas should contribute to th e development of generic skills and each of the core competencies will be achiev ed from the work of several areas or subjects. The measures noncurricular Action Organization and Operation Planning tutorial complementary and extracurricular activities, etc. Community Education Centers Family Society Has the following features provide the ability to know how, that is, to apply kn owledge to problems of personal and professional life. They are capable of adapt ing to a variety of contexts. They have an inclusive, bringing together the know ledge, procedures and attitudes. Allow for integrating and learning to relate to different types of content€effectively use and apply in different situations a nd contexts. Must be learned, renovated and maintained throughout life. Help adapt the teaching-learning process of the society, in constant change. Tra nsforming the traditional concept of education based on the acquisition of knowl edge in a modern concept of learning based on the ability to resolve situations throughout life. BASIC SKILLS AND AREAS OF THE CURRICULUM COMMUNICATION SKILLS COMPETITION IN BASIC LANGUAGE linguistic communicative comp etence refers to the use of language as an instrument both oral and written comm unication and learning and regulation of behavior and emotions. Communication in foreign languages also calls for skills such as mediation and intercultural und erstanding. This competition contributes to the creation of a positive self-imag e and promotes constructive relationships with others and the environment. Learn ing to communicate is to establish ties with others, is to approach new cultures that acquired consideration and affection to the extent known. The development of language skills is key to learning to resolve conflicts and learn to live tog ether. Areas involved in Primary Education Areas involved ESO Castilian Language and Literature or, where appropriate, Basque Language and Lit erature. Foreign Language All areas Castilian Language and Literature or, where appropriate, Basque Language and Lit erature. Foreign Language All areas MATH COMPETITION Ability to use numbers and basic operations, the symbols and fo rms of expression and mathematical reasoning to produce and interpret informatio

n, to learn more about quantitative and spatial aspects of reality and to solve problems related to daily life and the world work. Mathematics Knowledge of the Natural, Social and Cultural Mathematics Natural Science Social Sciences, Geogra phy and History Information Technology COMPETITION IN THE KNOWLEDGE AND INTERACTION WITH THE PHYSICAL WORLD Ability to interact with the physical world, both in its natural aspects such as those gene rated by human action, so as to facilitate the understanding of events and the p rediction of consequences and activity directed the improvement and preservation of conditions of life of its own, other men and women and all other living bein gs. Knowledge of the Natural, Social and Cultural Physical Education Natural Sci ences. Social Sciences, Geography and Physical Education History Technology TREATMENT OF DIGITAL INFORMATION AND COMPETITION skills to seek, obtain, process and communicate information and transform it into knowledge. It includes differ ent aspects ranging from access and selection of information to use and relaying it to multiple media, including the use of information technologies and communi cation as essential to learn and communicate. All areas All areas of Computer Te chnology SOCIAL AND CIVIC COMPETITION This competition allowed to live in society, unders tand the social reality of the world in which we live and exercise of democratic citizenship. It incorporates individual behavior patterns that enable people to live in an increasingly pluralistic society, interact with others, cooperate, c ompromise and dealing with conflicts. Acquiring this competence involves being a ble to put in the place of others, accept differences, be tolerant and respect t he values, beliefs, cultures and personal and collective history of others. Educ ation for Citizenship and Human Rights Education All areas of ethics education f or citizenship-civic All areas CULTURAL AND ARTISTIC COMPETITION This competition is to appreciate, understand and critically evaluate different cultural and artistic use as a source of enjoy ment and personal enrichment and to consider them as part of the cultural herita ge of peoples. Knowledge of the Arts Education Natural, Social and Cultural Cast ilian Language and Literature or, where appropriate, Basque Language and Literat ure Social Sciences, Geography and History Education Music visual and plastic Ca stilian Language and Literature or, where appropriate, Basque Language and Liter ature Cultural classical COMPETITION FOR LEARNING TO LEARN Learning to learn is to start in learning and be able to continue independently. It also means to cope with the uncertainties trying to find answers that satisfy the logic of rational knowledge.€It involve s support diversity of possible responses to the same problem and find motivatio n to search for them from various methodological approaches. All areas All areas Autonomy and initiative competence is concerned with the eligibility criteria it self and carry out the necessary initiatives to develop the choice and take resp onsibility for it, both in the personal and the social or occupational functioni ng. All areas All areas