PIMECOE: A PROJECT FOR SELF-DIAGNOSIS OF THE STUDENT OUTCOME "EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION" AND ITS IMPROVEMENT THROUGH A SELF-FORMATIVE ITINERARY
Since the breakthrough of student outcomes in the university environment, "Effective Communication" is one of the most studied in Bachelor's degrees and Master's subjects. An inefficient communication can lead to misinterpretations and wrong conclusions. Therefore, it is a very important competence both in the university and in the business field. The student / graduate must know how to communicate effectively, both orally and writing, appropriately using the necessary resources and adapting to the characteristics of the situation and the audience. Despite its importance, the disparity in the domain of the competence by the students makes it difficult to work in the classroom through collective activities.
This paper presents the PIMECOE, an Innovation and Educational Improvement Project. This project aims to work on the student outcome "Effective Communication". It focuses specifically on oral communication, and to work it, proposes to assess the level of initial proficiency of oral communication through self-diagnostic tools. This allows the student to detect their weaknesses and strengths in the domain of the competence. Likewise, the project aims to develop a self-formative itinerary for students, which includes learning activities that improve the domain level of the competence.
In this way, first, the student will have an assessment of their level of competence through a self-diagnostic survey; and second, will have access to a series of activities that will allow him to develop the competence based on the results obtained in the self-diagnosis.