Students who decide to study in this course should show interest in understanding the educational initiatives and the factors (biological, psychological, social, cultural, etc.) involved in the teaching-learning processes of children during the primary education. Furthermore, students should be motivated to promote cooperative learning and learning in groups; have the ability to understand the key role of teachers as learning mediators and the power of education in changing and improving society.
Students are be motivated to actively take part in activities related to their academic and personal development and are encouraged to get committed to educational innovation. Finally, it is of positive value for students to have oral and written communication skills, abilities for analysis and synthesis, interest in reading, computer skills, talent for languages and a respectful attitude, responsibility, tolerance and empathy.
“It is a great pleasure for me to tell about all all the experiences that I have lived in the last months. All I can say is that I am living one of the best moments of my life. For me, it is a wonderful experience.
I have known people who share with me the same dream of becoming good teachers and together we are discovering the importance and beauty of education.
I have had the privilege of having excellent professors and, above all, excellent people who pass on their knowledge, experience and love for teaching. They are an example to us all.
I can only express my gratitude to God for letting me study what I really like and for giving me privilege of doing it with special people.
I hope to continue living new and better experiences during this time of my life, full of dreams and projects to come true.”
Isabel Giménez Martínez
1st year student in Primary Education