Subject Specific Competences: Education
1. Understanding of the theory and methodology of the curriculum, for orientation of educational action (design, carrying out, and evaluation).
2. Understanding of knowledge of the disciplines of the area of specialist knowledge.
3. Designing and operationalising teaching and learning strategies in appropriate contexts.
4. Projecting and developing education which is interdisciplinary in nature.
5. Knowledge and application of the theories which form a basis for general and specific teaching.
6. Identifying and managing support for specific educational needs in different contexts.
7. Designing and implementing varied strategies and learning evaluation processes on a basis of specific criteria.
8. Designing, managing, implementing, and evaluation educational programmes and projects.
9. Choosing, producing, and using appropriate teaching materials for the context.
10. Creating and evaluating challenging and favourable environments for learning.
11. Developing logical, critical, and creative thought among students.
12. Achieving learning results at different levels.
13. Designing and implementing education which integrates people with special needs.
14. Choosing, using, and evaluating information and communications technologies as resources for teaching and learning.
15. Providing education in values, citizenship, and democracy.
16. Researching education, and applying the results in a systematic transformation of education practice.
17. Coming up with innovations in different areas of education systems.
18. Knowledge of education theory, and critical use of it in different contexts.
19. Reflecting on personal practice so as to improve provision of education.
20. Orientation and facilitation of processes of change in the community through education.
21. Critical analysis of educational policy.
22. Generating and implementing educational strategies that respond to socio-cultural diversity.
23. Assuming and responsibly managing personal and professional development in a permanent manner.
24. Recognising historical processes of education in the country and Latin America.
25. Recognising and using theories from other sciences which form a basis for education: linguistics, philosophy, sociology, psychology, anthropology, politics, and history.
26. Interacting socially and educationally with different community members so as to encourage processes of development.
27. Producing educational materials in accordance withy different contexts so as to encourage teaching and learning processes.