The course "Chemistry" of the Degree in Chemistry is part of the 60 credits of the Training Module Basic Science. Its purpose is to provide the students skills and knowledge homogeneous on the basic principles of chemistry on which will be developed, through specific subjects, skills own title.
"Chemistry 1" is the first of four subjetcs where, for reasons of educational planning, was divided matter "Chemistry" in the curriculum of the UDC. It introduced, at a basic level and merely qualitative structure of matter, atoms, elements and compounds, based on both the model of interactions between atomic nuclei and electrons as the interactions between atoms; raising the relationship between structure and properties, and the greater or lesser ability of models for justify.
1. Modifications to the contents
In the case of this matter there are not modifications of the contents.
*Teaching methodologies that are maintained
- Workbook (Included in assessment)
- Guest lecture / keynote speech
-Problem solving (Included in assessment)
- Mixed objective/subjective test (Included in assessment)
- Workshop (Included in assessment)
- Objective test (Included in assessment)
All the Ordinary class hours will be realize virtually in the platforms of teleworking employed by the UDC. In case that part of the student cannot continue with face-to-face teaching, asynchronous means will be used (email, recordings of the classes, specific multimedia material ...)
*Teaching methodologies that are modified
3. Mechanisms for personalized attention to students
- Email: it will employ to do questions, request virtual meetings, to resolve doubts, etc..
- Moodle: Daily. According to the need of the students.
- Teams: Periodically the teachers may call students to tutoring, in the most convenient times for each student, with the intention of receiving the necessary guidance. Regardless of the tutorials proposed by the teacher, the student may attend tutoring at his own request, as often as desired, and at the time that is most suitable, through individual virtual meetings or for groups of students.
4. Modifications in the evaluation
Evaluation will be realize employing platforms like Moodle, tools of the package Office 365 and available applications in Internet.
They will be the same that appear in the Teaching Guides Management, except that the references to the computation of the assistance, that will be compute with respect of the classes until the moment in which the face-to-face course finished.
5. Modifications to the bibliography or webgraphy
There are not modifications.
(*)The teaching guide is the document in which the URV publishes the information about all its courses. It is a public document and cannot be modified. Only in exceptional cases can it be revised by the competent agent or duly revised so that it is in line with current legislation.