Teaching GuideTerm
Faculty of Science
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Grao en Nanociencia e Nanotecnoloxía
  Chemistry: Equilibrium and Change
Methodologies Description
Guest lecture / keynote speech The teacher will develop the fundamental contents of each topics through theoretical explanations and practical examples. For better learning, students will have the appropriate teaching materials in advance for their personal preparation on the subject's website (Moodle). Students' participation will be encouraged. It will be taught in a large group.
Seminar Sessions dedicated to the analysis and resolution of problems and questions with the active participation of students and teachers. It will be given in small groups. The bulletins to be solved will be found on the website of the subject (Moodle) before the students work prior to the seminar.
Laboratory practice In the laboratory sessions (in small group) the student will develop experimental examples of the theoretical contents exposed in the classroom. It will be fundamental to carry out the pre-laboratories before doing the corresponding practice (if not, the student will not be able to do it), as well as to update the laboratory notebook, according to the teacher's indications. An initial session will be given in the classroom (large group) to expose the students to the contents and dynamics of the practices.
Objective test Periodically, short tests will be carried out in the guest lectures or seminars to evaluate the degree of acquisition of knowledge and skills by the students and to promote continuous assessment throughout the course.
Mixed objective/subjective test The student will have to take a mixed objective/subjective test of the whole subject that allows to evaluate the degree of acquisition of knowledge and competences by the students. It will include questions and problems about the contents of the whole subject that will have to be solved in a reasoned way.
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