Challenges that work on the Setting Objectives Competency:
The teacher sets the objectives for each of the teaching units taking into consideration the purposes of the intended learning.
The basic reference for all teaching proposals is the expected learning; in other words, the knowledge, skills, attitudes the student is expected to have attained at the end of the training.
Competency-based Planning Challenge
This challenge will provide you with the necessary learning to progress in the design, scheduling and skills assessment of the curriculum learning, which respects and responds to the necessary transversality, producing realistic and suitable planning for the time available and students’ abilities, so that they can develop their ability to apply what they have learnt in their own way.
This challenge comprises three skills:
1. Correspondence with the learning objectives
The objective of this skill is to design learning experiences connected to the learning objectives, taking into account students’ rhythms and needs as well as the time and demands of the curriculum, to work on and obtain the proposed competencies.
2. ADAPTATION TO THE LEARNING TIME
The aim of this skill is for the teacher to be able to determine the objectives of the teaching units depending on the available time, taking the student’s learning capability as the reference.
3. PLANNING AND SCHEDULING CROSS-CURRICULAR CONTENT
Through the knowledge covered in this skill, the teacher will be able to develop the ability to plan, teach and assess the cross-curricular content in accordance with the educational context.