Public University of Navarre



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Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education at the Universidad Pública de Navarra
Course code: 311304 Subject title: OBSERVATION AND ANALYSIS OF EDUCATIONAL PROCESSES AND CONTEXTS
Credits: 6 Type of subject: Basic Year: 2 Period: 1º S
Department: Ciencias Humanas y de la Educación
Lecturers
BRAVO IRISO, LAURA   [Mentoring] ALONSO MARTIRENA, YOLANDA (Resp)   [Mentoring]
DEL PERAL MALAGON, TANIA   [Mentoring]

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Module/Subject matter

Basic Training / Education

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General proficiencies

Basic Proficiencies 

BP1 - Students have demonstrated that they possess knowledge of and understand an area of study, based on general secondary education and usually at a level which, albeit with the support of advanced text books, also includes some aspects which imply knowledge of the latest developments in their field of study.

BP2 - Students know how to apply their knowledge to their work or vocation in a professional manner and possess skills which are usually demonstrated by developing and defending arguments and resolving problems in their area of study.

BP3 - Students are able to compile and interpret relevant information (normally within their area of study) in order to voice opinions which include reflection on relevant themes of a social, scientific or ethical nature.

BP4 - Students are able to transmit information, ideas, problems and solutions to both specialist and non-specialist audiences.

General Proficiencies

GP1 - To be familiar with the objectives, curricular content and evaluation criteria of Early Childhood Education.

GP2 - To promote and facilitate learning in early childhood from a global perspective, integrating the different cognitive, emotional, psychomotor and volitional dimensions.

GP3 - To design and regulate learning spaces in contexts characterised by diversity which attend to the unique educational needs of children, gender equality, fairness and respect for human rights.

GP4 - To encourage interaction in and outside the classroom and address the peaceful resolution of conflicts. To be able to observe learning contexts and situations of coexistence in a systematic manner, and reflect on them.

GP5 - To reflect in groups on the acceptance of rules and respect for others. To promote the autonomy and uniqueness of each child as factors involved in the education of emotions, feelings and values ¿in early childhood.

GP7 - To be familiar with the educational implications of Information and Communication Technology, particularly television, in early childhood.

GP9 - To be familiar with the organisation of early childhood education centres and the range of actions involved in their operation. Accept that teaching, as a practice, must be constantly refined and adapted to scientific, pedagogical and social changes over the course of one's life.

GP10 - To provide parents with guidance regarding education in the family in the 0-6 period and to master the social skills involved in dealing with the families of each child and all the families as a group.

GP11 - To reflect on classroom practices in order to innovate and improve teaching. To acquire habits and skills for autonomous and cooperative learning, and promote it among children.

GP12 - To understand the function, possibilities and limits of education in today's society, and the core competences which affect early childhood education centres and the professionals who belong to them. To be familiar with quality improvement models as applicable to education centres.

2.3. Transverse Proficiencies 

TP2 - To demonstrate a level of competence in Spanish and, where appropriate, Basque equivalent to the C1 level of the Council of Europe's Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

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Specific proficiencies

Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood education

SP1 - To be familiar with the objectives, curricular content, organisation, methodology and evaluation criteria of Early Childhood Education.

SP2 - To promote learning in early childhood from a global perspective, integrating cognitive, emotional, psychomotor and volitional dimensions.

SP3 - To design learning spaces in contexts characterised by diversity and in multicultural and multilingual environments which attend to the unique needs of children, gender equality, fairness and the development of human rights.

SP4 - To reflect on learning contexts and contexts of coexistence in education centres. To be able to observe systematically, acknowledge work well done, accept the rules and respect others.

SP5 - To reflect on classroom practices in order to promote innovation. To acquire habits and skills for autonomous and cooperative learning, and to be familiar with quality management models.

SP6 - To be familiar with the development of language in early childhood and identify possible dysfunctions. To acquire techniques which stimulate the development of language, to express themselves orally and in writing, and to master different techniques of expression.

SP7 - To be familiar with the educational implications of Information and Communication Technology.

SP8 - To be familiar with the fundamentals of early care, how basic psychological processes work and the keys to learning and personality development, and to apply the fundamentals of child dietetics and hygiene.

SP9 - To be familiar with the organisation of early childhood education centres and how they work in collaboration with the various sectors of the educational community and social environment.

SP10 - To encourage cooperation, harmonious coexistence and the motivation and desire to learn, to participate actively in the cschools' projects and to attend to relations with children's families.

SP11 -To maintain a critical, independent relationship with respect to knowledge, values and the institutions involved in education.

SP12 - To organise actively the processes of teaching and learning the contents of Early Childhood Education from a perspective of skills development.

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Learning outcomes

Learning outcomes are the realization of the skills that students acquire in the matter. Three levels are established:

- Optimal level: 100% acquisition of skills and expertise in at least 75% of them.

- Standard or medium level: acquisition of the majority of the alleged relevant powers and expertise in those aspects contributing to the specific competencies of the title.

- Deficient Level: Insufficient acquisition of the aspects contributing to the specific competencies of the title.

A student gets a grade of APTO if the level of learning is optimal or medium.

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Methodology

Teaching methods

Code Description
TM1 Lecture with full attendance
TM2 Interaction in large group
TM3 Interaction in medium-sized group
TM4 Interaction in small group
TM5 Individualised interaction: tasks and guidelines for autonomous study

Formative activities (Learning activities)

Code Description Hours Attendance
FA1 Theory classes (foundation, examples, applications and development). 45 100
FA2 Practical classes or, in the event, practical experience (in the professional field) 15 100
FA3 Preparation of papers and oral defence 30 10
FA4 Automous-study 50 0
FA5 Tutorships 5 100
FA6 Oral or written exams 5 100

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Relationship between formative activities and proficiencies

ACTIVITIES PROFICIENCIES
Basic General Transverse Specific
LA1 BP3 GP1, GP2, GP6, GP8, GP10 TP2 SP1, SP2,  SP6, SP8, SP9
LA2 BP3 GP1, GP2, GP6, GP8, GP10 TP2 SP2, SP6, SP8, SP9, SP10, SP14
LA3 BP3 GP2, GP6, GP8 TP2 SP1, SP2, SP6, SP8, SP9, SP12
LA4 BP3 GP1, GP6, GP8, GP10 TP2 SP1, SP6, SP8, SP9, SP10, SP14
LA5 BP3 GP2, GP6, GP10 TP2 SP1, SP2, SP6, SP8, SP9, SP10, SP12
LA6 BP3 GP1, GP2, GP6, GP8, GP10 TP2 SP1, SP2, SP6, SP8, SP9, SP10, SP12, SP14

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Languages

English/Castellano/ Euskara

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Evaluation

 

Learning
outcome
Assessment
activity
Weight (%) It allows
test resit
Minimum
required grade
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11 Attendance and participation in class or, where appropriate, in the school. Interest in learning. Personal and professional growth 10% No  
1,2,3,4,8,9,11 Theoretical works of review and synthesis 20% No  
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10 Practical work of observation, proposal and where appropriate, evaluation 30% Yes 10% (unusual exam)  
1,2,3,8,9,11 Oral and written tests 40% Yes 40% 5/10

 

(*) On continuous evaluation, the minimum grade to be achieved in SE4 will be 5 out of 10 to be able to average with those obtained in SE3 and SE4. If one of the evaluation activities fails to satisfy the minimum conditions for ponderance, the instruction note will be 4 out of 10 (fail)

 

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Contents

Bachelor's degree in Early clhildhood Education.

The school stage 0-6 years. Processes and contexts of teaching and learning for the development of competences in Early childhood Education. The curriculum in Early Childhood Education and its development. The evaluation process of learning in Early childhood Education. The programming of Integrated Didactic Units (IDU/UDI). The educational orientation process and tutoring. The context of the school in the urban and rural environment. Systematic observation in early childhood education. Analysis of observational information.

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Agenda

PART I: THE SCHOOL STAGE FROM 0 TO 6 YEARS OLD

1. Identity traits of educational cycles from 0 to 3 and 3 to 6 years old.

2. Basic needs.

3. Early care.

4. The interaction between peers. Interaction between children and adults.

5. The game as action, expression, relationship and learning.

6. The construction of sexual identity and gender identity

7. Emotional education

PART II: PROCESSES AND SOCIAL CONTEXTS IN THE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT

1. Socialization process.

2. The role of the family.

3. Socialization in the school context.

4. The role of the natural, social and cultural environment.

5. Multiculturalism and diversity

PART III: THE CURRICULUM IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND ITS DEVELOPMENT

1. Sense of the curricular structure in Early Childhood Education.

2. Elements of the curriculum: objectives, contents, methodology and evaluation.

3. The diversity of methodologies at Early Childhood Education stage for curriculum development in the educational context.

4. The Programming of Didactic Units for teaching.

PART IV: SYSTEMATIC OBSERVATION AT EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

1. The evaluation at Early Childhood Education stage.

2. Types of observation.

3. instruments for observation

4. Instruments for the organization and systematization of information

PART V: THE ANALYSIS OF OBSERVATIONAL INFORMATION

1. Types of analysis.

2. Surveys and questionnaires.

3. Reporting

4. Action-Research as an improvement in teaching practice

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Bibliography

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Location

Arrosadia Campus of the Public University of Navarra. For specific classroom, see the website of the Faculty of Humanities, Social and Educational Sciences.

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