Primary Education - Rey Juan Carlos University | Brighter Monday Learning

Course Introduction

What will I learn by studying this degree?

Students who finish their training in the Primary Education Degree, in accord with what is established in the Degree Report, are required:

To know the curricular areas of primary education, the interdisciplinary relationship among them, evaluation criteria, and teaching methods of both teaching and learning procedures.
To design, plan, and evaluate teaching and learning processes, both individually and in collaboration with other teachers and professionals of the school.
To be able to deal effectively with language learning situations in multicultural and multilingual contexts. To encourage reading and critical comments of the different scientific and cultural texts contained in the school curriculum.
To design and regulate learning in diverse contexts which comply with gender equality, equity and respect for human rights that shape the values and education of citizens.
To encourage harmony in and out of the classroom, to solve discipline problems and contribute to the pacific resolution of conflicts. To stimulate and value students’ effort, perseverance, and discipline.
To know the organization of the Primary Education Schools and the diversity of actions which their work involves.
To perform monitoring and orientation functions with students and their families, attending to the specific educational needs of the students. To assume that the exercise of the teaching function must be perfecting and adapting to the scientific, pedagogical, and social changes throughout life.
To collaborate with the different sectors of the educative community and the social environment.
To keep a critical and autonomous relationship with knowledge, values, and private and public social institutions.
To value individual and collective responsibility and the building of a sustainable future.
To reflect on the practices in the classroom in order to innovate and improve teaching work. To acquire habits and expertise for autonomous and cooperative learning and to promote it among the students.
To know and to apply information and communication technologies in the classroom. To discern selectively the audiovisual information that contributes to learning, civic training, and cultural richness.
To understand the function, possibilities, and limits of education in today´s society and the fundamental competence that affects primary education schools and their workers. To know models for quality improvement applicable to educational centers.

  • Bachelor
  • On Campus
  • Madrid
  • Duration: 4 years
  • Start Date: 1/9/2018
  • Price on application

How This Course Will Benefit Your Career

The general objectives that reflect the orientation of the title and that intend to address multidisciplinary training of future graduates in primary education are: To understand the function, possibilities and limits of school education and the fundamental competence which affect the different contexts and centers of primary education and their professionals. To master the different subjects and didactics, as well as their multidisciplinary relationship. To design and regulate areas of learning in the context of diversity with regard to respect for one another in order to build the values of citizenship education. To maintain a critical and autonomous relationship with capacity for initiative. To design, develop and evaluate educational projects and teaching and learning processes. To know and implement in the classroom information and communication technologies. To organize the interaction of each student with the aim of knowledge. To act as a mediator in every activity which is undertaken and to stimulate the potential development of students as part of a team. To analyze the context in which one’s activity is developed and to plan in accord with a changing society. To exercise monitoring functions, orientation of students, and the evaluation of their learning. To acquire knowledge and tools to help the foundation of the psycho-pedagogical thinking in the educational process.

What You Will Learn

COMMON BASIC TRAINING:
Subject 1: Humanities (History and culture of Spain)
Subject 2: Basic legal principles: professional ethics and equality. (Deontology: Ethics and social responsibility in education)
Subject 3: Language (Modern language)
Subject 4: Computer science (ICTs in education)
BASIC TRAINING OF BRANCHES:
Subject 2.1: Communication. (Audiovisual communication and education)
Subject 2.2: Pedagogy / Business/Law. (School organization)
Subject 2.3: Sociology / Psychology. (Sociology of education)
Subject 2.4: History / Pedagogy. (Social history of education)
Subject 2.5: Pedagogy / Economy / Methodology. (Educational research methodology)
Subject 2.7: Pedagogy. (Theory of education)
COMPULSORY TRAINING:
Subject 3.1: Didactics of mathematics / Mathematics. (Didactics of mathematics I, II and III)
Subject 3.2: Didactics of language / language (Spanish language and literature and their didactics I, II and III)
Subject 3.3: Didactics of language (English) / English. (English language and its didactics)
Subject 3.4: Didactics of social sciences / History and Geography (Didactics of social sciences I, II and III)
Subject 3.5: Didactics of experimental sciences / biology, physics, chemistry and environmental sciences. (Didactics of experimental sciences I and II)
Subject 3.6: Musical education. (Musical education I and II)
Subject 3.7: Physical education. (Physical education I and II)
Subject 3.8: Artistic and Visual education. (Artistic and Plastic education)

Where and when

Start DateLocation

1/9/2018

Rey Juan Carlos University campus of Madrid

Paseo de los Artilleros s/n. 28032,Vicálvaro

Madrid,Spain

FAQ

What are the admission criteria?

Access to official degrees requires holding a high school diploma or equivalent and passing the exam referred to in Article 42 of the Organic Law 6/2001 of Universities, modified in the Law 4/2007 (12 April), taking into account other mechanisms of access foreseen in existing regulations. The maximum number of 1st year students accepted in the academic is: Madrid Campus: 75 places

Sign up to our newsletter to receive the latest news and courses information on Brighter Monday Learning