Teaching-learning process

Master Official Degree

Development of Methodological Innovation Projects in Educational Institutions (Berrimet)

Duration

60 ETCs

1 or 2 years

Campus

Eskoriatza

Class size

25 places

Languages

Basque or Spanish

Modality

Online

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Teaching-learning process

Metodology

The organisation of the teaching-learning process is based on the principles of the educational model of Mondragon University, which we can summarise as follows:

  • To promote significant learning , by linking learning based on previous experience with professional reality.
  • To develop autonomous learning and student responsibility.
  • To enable learning within teams.
  • To connect theory and professional practice.
  • To mutually connect the teaching of different subjects.
  • The focus of learning is the student, and the student's learning project will define the training timetable.

Functional and significant learning through the following methodological strategies: analysis of cases, analysis and reflection about specific situations, research and discussion of information and other methodologies based on projects.

Each ECTS requires 25 hours of work by students.

Educational model

  • Responsibility and autonomy of the student: the student as the focus of learning. The projects selected by the students themselves will define their learning path.
  • Technical and transversal competences: to be developed by the student (participation, innovation, commitment by social transformation).
  • Functional and significant learning.

Mode

The mode is 100% online. However, it enhances face to face relationships, both with teachers and with colleagues. For this, we use Web 2.0 resources, and online synchronous classrooms. Being online offers the following advantages: becoming involved in computer networking and the teaching group at the time, place and pace of one's choice.