Teaching Staff Training Master's degree in compulsory secondary education, upper secondary education, vocational training and language teaching.

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      Plan de estudios

      Asignaturas

      Asignaturas del Máster en Formación del Profesorado

      Plan de estudios

      Asignaturas

      Formación del Profesorado de Educación Secundaria Obligatoria, Bachillerato, Formación Profesional y Enseñanza de Idiomas

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      Formación del Profesorado de Educación Secundaria Obligatoria, Bachillerato, Formación Profesional y Enseñanza de Idiomas. Especialidad Orientación Educativa.

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      Academic calendar

      First semester: from September to January (regular exam sitting) or February (resit exams). Second semester: from January to June (regular exam sitting) or July (resit exams). Some flexibility is allowed at the outset.

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      Timetables

      Monday to Thursday: 15:15- 19-30. Internships will be held in the centre's timetable for five weeks (November or March), except in the case of the specialisation in Educational Guidance, where  internships last 7 weeks (between January and March).

      TEACHING METHODS AND ASSESSMENT

      The teaching methods on the master's degree, based the development of competences, is oriented towards the achievement of effective professional practice. Priority is given to the use of participatory teaching methods, where students are key players.

      Integrating theory and practice is another key aspect of our methodological approach. The use of phenomenological, experiential methodology aids effective incorporation of learning.

      Active methodologies, such as project-based learning, small group work, oral presentations, analysis of videos and case studies, readings, reflections, individual tutorials, are some of the common practices of the programme.

      Students will have the ongoing supervision and support of the academic staff, and each student will have the advice and guidance of a tutor in the development of teaching practice and the final master's thesis.

      ASSESSMENT

      Assessment will be held every semester, according to the distribution established in the syllabus.

      Assessment will be continuous, with ongoing supervision by the academic staff and tutors in each specialisation. In addition, it will be diversified according to the competences to be developed in the various subjects: theoretical/practical, internships in educational establishments and Master's Final Project.

      First semester

      • First sit exams: January
      • Resit exams: February

      Second semester

      • First sit exams: May
      • Master’s final project defence: June
      • Resit exams: July

       

      SPECIALISMS

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      SPECIALISMS

      • Humanities: Social Sciences, Geography and History, Philosophy
      • Science and Technology: Mathematics, Computing and Technology
      • Language and Literature
        • Spanish Language and Literature
        • Basque Language and Literature
      • Modern Languages
      • Training and Job Counselling
      • Physical Education
      • Educational Guidance (Bilbao Campus)

      Specialims will require a minimum number (10) of students to be taught, and will have a maximum number of 20. 

      Table of entry qualifications

      Master’s Final Project

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      Master’s Final Project

      Each student will prepare a Master’s Thesis (MFP) to be defended publicly before an examining board created for this purpose.

      During the process of completing their project, students must demonstrate the competences developed, both specific and generic, during the master's degree.

      The Master’s Project allows students to demonstrate that they have achieved the necessary competences to design a personal and contextualised teaching proposal, according to the specialisation studied in the Master's degree.

      see regulations for the Master’s Final Project

       

      Deusto

      Academic regulations

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      Deusto

      Academic regulations

      The following section explains the University of Deusto Postgraduate Regulations.

      Postgraduate Academic Regulations;

      Academic rules on procedures for the regulation of official master’s degree programmes

      Transfer of credits