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Grao en Relacións Laborais e Recursos Humanos (Coruña)
  Social History of Work
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Identifying Data 2020/21
Subject (*) Social History of Work Code 660G01039
Study programme
Grao en Relacións Laborais e Recursos Humanos (Coruña)
Descriptors Cycle Period Year Type Credits
Graduate 1st four-month period
Third Optional 6
Teaching method Non-attendance
Fernández Colín, Mª Luísa
Fernández Colín, Mª Luísa
General description History of the changing world of work, with particular reference to contemporary Spain to better understand the dynamics and current labor policies.
Contingency plan 1. Modifications to the contents No changes will be made 2. Methodologies Teaching methodologies that are maintained Initial presentation Readings Obradoiro Oral presentation Practices through tics Teaching methodologies that are modified Mixed test 3. Mechanisms for personalized attention to students E-mail: Monday to Friday, for use to make inquiries, request virtual meetings to resolve doubts and follow up on supervised jobs. - Moodle: Daily. To hang presentations and assignments. - Teams: 1 weekly session for the advancement of the theoretical contents and thereafter, 1 session for the practices in the time slot assigned to the subject in the Erlac timetable. They will also have 1 hour of tutoring to answer questions by mail or teams. This dynamic allows a normalized follow-up and adjusted the learning needs of lighting to develop the work of the subject 4. Modifications in the evaluation Mixed tests (up to 40%) at the end of each topic in the assigned class time. They will consist of multiple choice questions to choose a correct one between 3 and talas questions. Students who do not have all the mixed tests carried out may take a general final test on the date indicated as the final exam (40%) Tutored jobs (30%) In relation to supervised jobs, the following will be assessed: - The methodological adaptation of the work proposals. - The depth of the content. - The domain of the applications used in the elaboration of the socio-educational proposals. - The treatment of a language of the disciplinary context. - The use of complementary and current documentary sources. - The presentation and clarity of the presentation. Practices and class work up to 30%. With a specific delivery date and some of them to expose in the virtual class time Evaluation observations: 1. SITUATIONS: A) Full-time students: Attendance / participation in class activities at least 80%: To pass, a 5 must be obtained between class work, course work and mixed tests B) Students with recognition of part-time dedication and academic waiver of exemption of assistance, second establishes the "NORM THAT REGULATES THE DEDICATION REGIME TO THE STUDY OF DEGREE STUDENTS AT UDC (Arts. 2.3; 3. b and 4.5) (5/29/212): Attendance / participation in class activities at least 80%: la) Preparation and presentation of small group work (30%). 1. Attend and participate regularly in class activities. 2. Deliver and present the supervised works on the date indicated. (30%) 3- mixed tests by topics or final mixed test in the January call (up to 40%) 4. The July opportunity will be subject to the same criteria as the January one, 5. Modifications to the bibliography or webgraphy no modifications
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