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Student profile: All those applicants who meet the requirements imposed by current legislation will have access to the Master's Program in ICT for Digital Education and Learning, with the preferential admission profile being that of a University Degree or equivalent of the academic and disciplinary field of the Educational Sciences, such as Primary and Secondary Education, Pedagogy and Psychopedagogy. Also, given the transversal nature of the program, the student can access the Master's degree from other degrees as long as the candidate demonstrates training or experience in the field of education, such as graduates or equivalents who have completed the Master's in Teacher Training.
Graduate profile: The main objective of the Master's degree is training in the development of digital skills and ICT for digital teaching and learning. In this way, it is intended to train both teachers who are already teaching or qualified professionals in the educational field who need to improve their digital skills and want to integrate or grow in the centers of the Administration or private centers.
Official Degree:Master's degree in Information and Communication Technologies for Digital Education and Learning
Center responsible:School of Languages and Education
Branch of knowledge: Social and Legal Sciences
Total Credits:60 credits.
Minimum of 12 ECTS credits and maximum of 60 ECTS credits per enrollment and academic period.
Academic year in which it was implemented: 2017/2018
Openings available: 200 in the first year of implementation, 300 in the rest of academic years
Duration: 1 year
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The proposal of the Master's Degree in Information and Communication Technologies for Digital Education and Learning of Nebrija University is based on the growing need for teacher training at the different educational levels in the digital skills and abilities set forth. In turn, teachers are an essential node in the education and development of these competences
in citizens through the educational system, in the Spanish and European framework. This degree adds to the offer of postgraduate studies at Nebrija University a path of academic and professional training that meets a social need and demand: training in the development of digital skills and ICT for digital teaching and learning.
It is based on the transversal support unit for distance learning of Nebrija University, the Nebrija Global Campus, which has become the laboratory for virtual teaching, as well as ICT applied to education. The extensive experience of the Department in the implementation of platforms and tools for teaching and learning helps to identify the indicators to be considered for the design of practical work for digital learning.
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The personalized attention to the student in his/her teaching-learning process and in the preparation of the Final Research Project provides a distinctive element of the support that the orientation department provides to the students.
Since it is 100% online and does not have mandatory professional internships, it is very attractive for education professionals who, in addition to wanting to expand their training, are looking for a master's degree in the sector that will allow them to improve their score in the State public examinations.
The design of the contents responds to the new needs of the teacher, and responds to a social need and demand: training in the development of digital skills and ICT for digital teaching and learning.
BOE No. 168, of July 12, 2018
All our degrees and curricula have been prepared in accordance with the new guidelines set by current legislation, having already been verified by the National Agency for Quality Assessment.
The student must complete 60 credits
In the development of the curriculum, students will acquire a set of basic, general and specific skills.
In accordance with Royal Decree 43/2015 and Royal Decree 861/2010, which modifies Royal Decree 1393/2007, of October 29, which establishes the organization of official university education, as well as Royal Decree 1027/2011, which establishes the Spanish Framework of Qualifications for Higher Education (MECES), Master's degrees education must guarantee the acquisition of the following basic competences:
The master's degree is studied remotely (online) through various educational activities, among which are the lectures by videoconference for the presentation of contents and for individual and group work through different activities.
More information: Digital pedagogy: Methodology
Eminently practical teaching methodology. All professors have proven professional experience in their teaching area.
The Master's degree will start in October and end in June. Week zero will take place from October 15 to 19, with the objective of presenting the program and publicizing the platform's operation.
The sessions will begin on October 22 and end on June 20, 2019. The hours of the online sessions will be from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Monday through Friday. The exams will be held on Saturday, from 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and will take place in person.
At the end of the academic year, the student must prepare, submit and defend before a Tribunal his Master's degree Final Research Project. The defense can be done in person at the University or through videoconference.
In general, the admission documentation will be submitted to the Admissions Department. Students must provide the originals or certified copies of the documentation submitted within the deadline established by the University to formalize their enrollment. Inaccuracy, falsity or omission of data, manifestation or document provided by the student in the admission period will determine the impossibility of continuing with exercising the right from the moment in which the University has evidence of such facts, proceeding to the cancellation of the submitted admission application and the place awarded, without prejudice to the criminal, civil or administrative responsibilities that may arise.
To access the official university master's degrees, it is necessary to submit the following documentation:
In the case that the studies with which the student accessed pre-enrollment in the Master's degree are taken in a Foreign Higher Education institution, both the diploma and the academic record (grades) must be official and be issued by the competent authorities, in accordance with the legal system of the country of origin.
In addition, they will have to meet the requirements indicated in detail in the "Master_PO12 access and admission procedure" of the Education Development Plan implemented by the University.
In addition to the evaluation of the academic merits provided by the candidate, students must conduct a personal interview that is part of the admission process. This interview, conducted by the academic direction or coordination of the Master's degree or a faculty member, is aimed at verifying the suitability of the candidate and his/her profile in accordance with that of the degree. The aim is to determine if the candidate has sufficient motivation, training and knowledge, skills, aptitudes, communication skills, extracurricular activities and future interests necessary to be admitted as a student in postgraduate studies at Nebrija University.
In the Master's Degree in ICT for Digital Education and Learning, the academic merits have a weight of 50% in the admission process, the other 50% depends on the personal interview. One of the most important criteria in the interview is to have basic digital skills and competences to be able to take maximum advantage of the program, as well as an interest in innovation in educational contexts.
The main objective of the Master's degree is the training in the development of digital skills and ICT for digital teaching and learning. In this way, it is intended to train both teachers who are already teaching and qualified professionals in the educational field who need to improve their digital skills and want to integrate or grow in the centers of the Administration or private centers.
"Languages are a common thread between our inner self and the world", were the words used by Juan Antonio Maestro, vice rector of Research, to inaugurate the 3rd Nebrija Forum on Bilingual Teaching. The meeting was attended by various professionals who shared their experience and discussed the current situation of the sector and the new challenges that must be faced.