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Pages: 5453-5458
Publication year: 2014
ISBN: 978-84-617-2484-0
ISSN: 2340-1095

Conference name: 7th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation
Dates: 17-19 November, 2014
Location: Seville, Spain

GLOBAL COORDINATION AMONG THE SUBJECTS OF A DEGREE: APPLICATION TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING BACHELOR

In all degrees, the subjects included throughout the corresponding years are ordered by level of complexity. In this way, there are a large number of subjects in the different courses with a direct relationship in their contents, and it is often recommended that students have completed previous subjects that are considered essential to develop the new concepts of a following subject. Basic subjects are normally taught by different departments than those that teach more specific subjects, and many times there is not a good integration/coordination among subjects. In order to coordinate the contents and to manage a close relationship among the different subjects of a grade, it is really important for professors to know exactly which contents have been learned or will be learned in the others subjects, at what level of depth and which practical activities have been carried out by the students.

In many cases, when a professor designs his subject, the following questions may arise about previous and/or following subjects: what have students learned exactly in a previous subject? How deep have they gone in the contents? What nomenclature was used? Have they come to solve practical problems and cases? How many practices and what kind of them? What tools or methods did the students use to solve them? What will the student need exactly form my subject to study the following subjects? What examples can I use from the following subjects?, etc. And similarly occurs in the case of the laboratories contents. None of these questions are answered if a professor has only access to the basic information included in the records published for the subjects.

This project does a review in detail all the contents that have been incorporated in all subjects, laboratory practices, to make possible to identify potential overlaps or repetitions among subjects agendas, identifying any discrepancies between the nomenclature used by different professors, or the existence of a lack of contents not included in any of the subjects. This horizontal and vertical coordination among all subjects is only possible collecting all the teaching materials in all subjects (including the development of each topic, classroom presentations, unresolved problems and issues, practical scripts, etc.) and establishing a map of relationships among all subjects. In this way, it will certainly improve the knowledge of the degree by the professors involved, which may lead to a better design of the content and activities of the subjects.
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author = {Portela Migu{\'{e}}lez, J.R. and {\'{A}}lvarez Gallego, C.J. and Barrera Izquierdo, M. and Barrera Solano, M. C. and Beato Sirvent, J. and Beira Jim{\'{e}}nez, J.L. and Ben Fern{\'{a}}ndez, T. and Blandino Garrido, A.M. and Cantoral Fern{\'{a}}ndez, M.J. and Caro Pina, I. and Casas Cardoso, L. and Dur{\'{a}}n-Guerrero, E. and Espejo Miranda, I. and Garc{\'{i}}a Roja, R. and Garrido Crespo, C. and G{\'{a}}tica Casas, J.M. and G{\'{o}}mez Montes de Oca, J.M. and Guerrero Lebrero, M.P. and Jorge Estevez, Z. and Litr{\'{a}}n Ramos, R. and Mantell Serrano, C. and Ma{\~n}ez Mu{\~n}oz, M.A. and Mart{\'{i}}n Minchero, R. and Mart{\'{i}}nez de la Ossa, E. and Mu{\~n}oz Cueto, M.J. and Pereyra L{\'{o}}pez, C. and Romero Garc{\'{i}}a, L.I. and Romero Z{\'{u}}{\~n}iga, L.E. and Rosa Dur{\'{a}}n, M. and Rubio Pe{\~n}a, L. and S{\'{a}}nchez Coronilla, A. and S{\'{a}}nchez Oneto, J. and Suffo Pina, M.},
title = {GLOBAL COORDINATION AMONG THE SUBJECTS OF A DEGREE: APPLICATION TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING BACHELOR},
series = {7th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation},
booktitle = {ICERI2014 Proceedings},
isbn = {978-84-617-2484-0},
issn = {2340-1095},
publisher = {IATED},
location = {Seville, Spain},
month = {17-19 November, 2014},
year = {2014},
pages = {5453-5458}}
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AU - J.R. Portela Miguélez AU - C.J. Álvarez Gallego AU - M. Barrera Izquierdo AU - M. C. Barrera Solano AU - J. Beato Sirvent AU - J.L. Beira Jiménez AU - T. Ben Fernández AU - A.M. Blandino Garrido AU - M.J. Cantoral Fernández AU - I. Caro Pina AU - L. Casas Cardoso AU - E. Durán-Guerrero AU - I. Espejo Miranda AU - R. García Roja AU - C. Garrido Crespo AU - J.M. Gática Casas AU - J.M. Gómez Montes de Oca AU - M.P. Guerrero Lebrero AU - Z. Jorge Estevez AU - R. Litrán Ramos AU - C. Mantell Serrano AU - M.A. Mañez Muñoz AU - R. Martín Minchero AU - E. Martínez de la Ossa AU - M.J. Muñoz Cueto AU - C. Pereyra López AU - L.I. Romero García AU - L.E. Romero Zúñiga AU - M. Rosa Durán AU - L. Rubio Peña AU - A. Sánchez Coronilla AU - J. Sánchez Oneto AU - M. Suffo Pina
TI - GLOBAL COORDINATION AMONG THE SUBJECTS OF A DEGREE: APPLICATION TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING BACHELOR
SN - 978-84-617-2484-0/2340-1095
PY - 2014
Y1 - 17-19 November, 2014
CI - Seville, Spain
JO - 7th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation
JA - ICERI2014 Proceedings
SP - 5453
EP - 5458
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J.R. Portela Miguélez, C.J. Álvarez Gallego, M. Barrera Izquierdo, M. C. Barrera Solano, J. Beato Sirvent, J.L. Beira Jiménez, T. Ben Fernández, A.M. Blandino Garrido, M.J. Cantoral Fernández, I. Caro Pina, L. Casas Cardoso, E. Durán-Guerrero, I. Espejo Miranda, R. García Roja, C. Garrido Crespo, J.M. Gática Casas, J.M. Gómez Montes de Oca, M.P. Guerrero Lebrero, Z. Jorge Estevez, R. Litrán Ramos, C. Mantell Serrano, M.A. Mañez Muñoz, R. Martín Minchero, E. Martínez de la Ossa, M.J. Muñoz Cueto, C. Pereyra López, L.I. Romero García, L.E. Romero Zúñiga, M. Rosa Durán, L. Rubio Peña, A. Sánchez Coronilla, J. Sánchez Oneto, M. Suffo Pina (2014) GLOBAL COORDINATION AMONG THE SUBJECTS OF A DEGREE: APPLICATION TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING BACHELOR, ICERI2014 Proceedings, pp. 5453-5458.
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