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Educational Innovation

Who are our students?

What is youth like today?

What kind of education do we want for our students?

Comprehensive training

Our aim is to provide students with specialist knowledge to qualify them for a specific career. We also seek to support them in their personal growth to develop their own potential (intellectual, personal, social…) and to provide creative solutions to social problems.

We promote Competence-Based Learning, which is based on integrating and sharing knowledge, skills, attitudes and values in a wide range of real-life contexts.

Therefore, competence-based Learning responds to an all-embracing education model aimed at personal and social transformation.

Implicación competencias Innovación

Comprehensive training

Our aim is to provide students with specialist knowledge to qualify them for a specific career. We also seek to support them in their personal growth to develop their own potential (intellectual, personal, social…) and to provide creative solutions to social problems.

We promote Competence-Based Learning, which is based on integrating and sharing knowledge, skills, attitudes and values in a wide range of real-life contexts.

Therefore, competence-based Learning responds to an all-embracing education model aimed at personal and social transformation.

Personalised attention

The teaching staff play a key role in supporting students in their all-embracing development. They will provide students with the necessary conditions and opportunities so that they can start an ongoing interrelationship between their own experience, reflection and actions. This will lay the foundations for them to learn in an independent and meaningful way.

Students’ learning is therefore a personal process where lecturers act as tutors, facilitators and guides, based on a relationship of closeness and ongoing support. In this regard, and to provide students with personalised attention, the University of Deusto places special emphasis on individual and group tutorials as part of the teaching-learning process and on classroom work in small groups.

Technology to serve learning

We believe technology is an essential ally in this process, for it opens up a wide range of possibilities for innovation and new ways of learning, thus contributing to developing our students’ digital skills.

The Teaching Innovation Unit works in collaboration with the Computer Service in the development, selection and support of these technologies. In particular, our functions include:

  • Providing a teaching approach to the development and updating of the ALUD platform. 
  • Defining and assessing criteria for the selection and acquisition of technological tools to use with students.
  • Providing experiences and advice on the teaching of technology.

Contact

Educational Innovation Unit
Centenary Building, 1st floor,
Avda. de las Universidades, 24. 48007 Bilbao Tel.: 944 13 94 46innovacion.docente@deusto