The EU 2020 Strategy, adopted by the European Council, states that one of the main objectives regarding education is to achieve early school leaving rates below 10%. One of the most important keys to face this reduction in school failure lies in the quality and, more specifically, in the quality of the teaching staff, which becomes the most effective measure to improve student performance.
In this context, the Master's Degree in Educational Quality and Innovation appears as a training specialization aimed at improving educational quality and innovation, an inseparable set, for the reduction of dropping out of the educational system and the increase in the rates of graduate students in Spain.
The purpose of this master's degree is advanced training, both theoretical and applied, in the design and implementation of plans and programs for both Educational Quality and Innovation in educational centers, all oriented towards an impact of improvement in the teaching-learning process.
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As a culmination of the year in which the 5th Centenary of the death of Antonio de Nebrija is commemorated, an exhibition was organized at the National Library of Spain to show the intellectual profile of the first Spanish humanist, without ignoring the man, researcher and professor through his enormous work.
Student profile: : University graduate or equivalent (bachelor's or associate's degrees) in Teaching, Pedagogy, Psychology (with a specialization or specialty in education) or Psychopedagogy. Likewise, given the transversal nature of the program, students who have completed the Master's Degree in Teacher Training for Compulsory Secondary Education and Baccalaureate, Vocational Training and Language Teaching, or who have a Teaching Aptitude Certificate (CAP), as well as other Graduates who are Teaching professionals or work as Professors in Educational Institutions, Business Schools or Universities (including PhD professors in the university sector).
Graduate profile: A professional specifically trained in designing, implementing and evaluating Educational Quality Programs, as well as designing and applying educational innovation methodologies and tools within a learning center with all the necessary quality assurance to ensure a direct impact on student learning.
Graduates from this master's degree in educational quality and innovation will be equally capable of training and advising different members of the educational community and administrations on educational quality and innovation.
Official Degree:Master's Degree in Educational Quality and Innovation
Learning Center:School of Language and Education
Branch of knowledge: Languages and Education
Places offered: 300
Total Credits 60 credits.
Minimum 12 ECTS credits and maximum 60 ECTS credits per enrollment and academic year
Minimum ECTS credits: 12 • Maximum ECTS credits: 30
Academic year it was introduced: 2023/2024
Duration: 1 year.
Teaching Type: Classroom attendance – Online
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Study carried out by the Institute of Emotional Intelligence and Applied Neuroscience on the use of emotional education in Spanish classrooms and its importance.
Since 2015, the OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) has been researching and verifying the need for emotional education in children and young people, as well as promoting policies and guides for its implementation in schools. According to a 2020 UNESCO report, including social-emotional skills in teacher training programs helps address stress and boost social and emotional skills in the classroom. [Read more]
Second chapter of the video podcast specialized in Education that discusses emotions in the classroom and how they affect the training process.