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Master's Degree in Intervention in School Coexixtence >>

Objectives and Competences

Objectives

This master is fundamentally intended to offer students an academic training that may enable them to acquire and/or consolidate general and specific competences for their professional activity in matters of School Cohabitation. Each module/itinerary has this same objective, respectively focussing on the sphere of psychological intervention and on the intervention at the education centre. Thus, with its two itineraries, it intends to respond to the specific needs for intervention in school cohabitation in different contexts, at individual and specific levels outside the classroom, developing abilities, modifying negative behaviour and intervening in the related personality problems; and, on the other hand, at the level of the school, the education centre, offering not only the professionals comprising the Guidance Team but also the teachers themselves the tools to improve cohabitaion in the classroom. It also allows in both cases the incorporation of these professionals to the field of research, thus responding to the new education and training demands of the future and current teachers, which will enable them to undertake their Doctoral Thesis.

Competences

Competences are the set of interrelated knowledge, attitudes, values, abilities and skills, which can be identified and evaluated, and which enable the student to undertake the professional activity according to requirements and standards used in the appropriate occupational area.

All masters of the University of Almeria explicitly cover two types of competences:

  • Generic Competences included in Royal Decree 1393/2007 of 29 October, establishing regulations for Official University Studies.
  • Specific Competences of the degree. These competences are specified in the degree report, and are related to its own disciplines. Part of these competences may have been agreed at the regional level of Andalusia, or, in some degrees, they may have been decided nationally.

General Competences

  • To acquire and understand knowledge: Students should prove to have acquired and understood knowledge beyond that acquired in the first cycle, which gives them and opportunity to be original in the development or application of ideas, often in the context of research.
  • Application of knowledge: Students should know how to apply the knowledge acquired and their capacity for solving problems in new or nearly new environments within wider (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to their area of studies.
  • Capacity of judgement: Students should be able to integrate knowledge and face the complexity of forming judgement from information which, although incomplete or limited, includes thought about the social and ethical responsibilities related to the application of their knowledge and judgement.
  • Capacity to communicate and social ability: Students should be able to communicate their conclusions -and the knowledge and final reasons which sustain them- to specialized and non-specialized public in a clear and unambiguous way.
  • Ability for learning: Students should possess the necessary learning abilities to allow them to continue cstudying in a mostly autonomous and self-directed way.

Specific competences

Specific competences of the degree are included in the degree report. Follow this link to access them:

Competencias Específicas (48 kb)

Updated by: Training, Syllabi and Teaching Organization Service

Date: 7 March 2013

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