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Faculty of Sociology
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Mestrado Universitario en Políticas Sociais e Intervención Sociocomunitaria
  Socio-educational approaches to equality
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Identifying Data 2020/21
Subject (*) Socio-educational approaches to equality Code 615525021
Study programme
Mestrado Universitario en Políticas Sociais e Intervención Sociocomunitaria
Descriptors Cycle Period Year Type Credits
Official Master's Degree 1st four-month period
Second Optional 6
Teaching method Face-to-face
Department Didácticas Específicas e Métodos de Investigación e Diagnóstico en Educación
Pedagoxía e Didáctica
Arias Rodriguez, Maria Alicia
Arias Rodriguez, Maria Alicia
Arza Arza, Neves
Gabriel Fernandez, Narciso de
Iglesias Galdo, Ana Maria
Web http://http://www.sociologia.udc.es/gl/estudos/m%C3%A1sters/mestrado-en-pol%C3%ADticas-sociais-e-intervenci%C3%B3n-sociocomunitaria
General description It is intended to guide the students in the practice of informed and reflection in the discovery of news questions that allow them to objectify some of the social elements that contribute to the spread of culture considered common, and to take conscience of the degree of coercion and/or consent of the social relations on the basis of the gender variable. Will defend the need to hijack this theoretical framework-critical, historical partner, for the design and development of social projects really coeducativos, that is, to provide reasons on the urgent need to incorporate feminist knowledge to professional practice and also to everyday life, and thus help to reduce the different gender gaps and to walk toward more inclusive societies and fair
Contingency plan Contingency plan (adapted from addendum Covid19): 1. Modifications to the contents: no changes will be made 2. Methodologies Teaching methodologies that are maintained: -Analysis of documentary sources Directed Discussion -Master session -Pupil's portfolio -Initial activities - Personalized attention Teaching methodologies that are modified: no changes will be made 3. Mechanisms for personalized attention to students: -Email: Used to make queries, request virtual meetings to resolve doubts and monitor exercises in classes and the portfolio - Moodle: According to the need of the lighting. They have "thematic forums associated with the modules" of the subject, to formulate the necessary consultations. There are also "specific activity forums", through which the development of theoretical contents of the subject are put into practice. - Teams: a) weekly session in a large group to advance the contents and activities in the time slot assigned to the non-calendar subject approved by the academic commission of the master's degree and approved by the Xunta de Faculty (planned for face-to-face students) b) 1 to 2 weekly sessions (or more as demanded by the students) in a small group for follow-up and support in carrying out the activities. This dynamic allows to make a normalized and adjusted pursuit of the learning needs of the student to develop the subject (planned for the student body) 4. Changes in evaluation: no changes will be made Comments: a) The presence of the students will only be controlled in the classes of the subject through the realization of the activities. Late-night students are considered to be in attendance as long as they attend classes; they can only be absent three times (without justification). Students may present proof of absence from class, as long as they are doctors, working doctors, hospital staff, etc., but they must be approved (they may not, for example, request a doctor's appointment, etc.). The main resource used to control student attendance will be the Moodle, where the activities will take place. b) Students who are not attending classes and online students can follow the subject through Moodle, although they will not be able to participate in the activities (activities are prepared for this type of student) or late-night classes called by TEAMS. Students will be considered as non-presential students those who, given a new situation of confinement, at that moment would have chosen that option (on the first day of class) or would have already overcome the three absences in total (or in some of the parts of the subject); in this last option the students would automatically pass the this modality. The evaluation of this student body will be maintained as stated in the Teaching Guide, in the specific section on "observations". Online late-night students are those who opt for this situation when registering for the subject. c) The classes maintain the working group format specified in the Teaching Guide, whether they are in the face-to-face or virtual mode. The work groups will be created by TEAMS, which will be the means through which the activities will be monitored by the teaching staff (these late-night classes always in the schedule approved by the academic committee of the master's degree and approved by the Xunta de Faculty). Only for students who attend the classes. d) The evaluation of the subject will be virtual (due to health circumstances) and the same weighting of the grades will be maintained, regardless of the teaching modality. It will be as follows: activities will be within each class (in this case, at the end of the class by moodle). The activities will not be enabled until classes begin; this material will be presented within the portfolio and will be posted in Moodle on the date established by the teachers on the first day of class. It is important to remember that the student must present each of the forms of evaluation to overcome the subject, and that is, must do all the activities planned by the teachers of each module and the portfolio. The students will have to do only the portfolio and the activities planned by the teachers responsible for each module (this student must communicate in the first classes with the teachers in charge of each module) e) Tutorials on the subject will be individual and virtual. Students will have to request an appointment with the teaching staff via e-mail. VERY IMPORTANT, THE TUTORIALS WILL ALWAYS BE WITHIN THE TIMETABLE PRESENTED BY THE TEACHER GIVING THE MATERIAL. 5. Modifications of the bibliography or webgraphy: no changes will be made.
(*)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.
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