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Interpersonal Relations and Group Management

Scholar Year: 2016/2017 - 2S

Code: LGP10002    Acronym: RIGG
Scientific Fields: Ciências Sociais
Section/Department: Social Sciences and Education

Courses

Acronym N. of students Study Plan Curricular year ECTS Contact hours Total Time
LGP 17 Study Plan 5,0 60 135,0

Teaching weeks: 15

Head

TeacherResponsability
Ana Francisca da Silva MouraHead

Weekly workload

Hours/week T TP P PL L TC E OT OT/PL TPL O S
Type of classes

Lectures

Type Teacher Classes Hours
Contact hours Totals 1 4,00
Ana Moura   4,00

Teaching language

Portuguese

Intended learning outcomes (Knowledges, skills and competencies to be developed by the students)

This curricular unit aims to develop fundamental skills that lie ahead as essential to the professional areas sports as the analysis of forms of being, behaving and communicating with regard to the relationship with you and the other the identification and management of basic phenomena in the dynamics of interpersonal relationships and group or promoting a collaborative work environment.
Skills:
- Examine ways of being and behaving, as regards the relationship with yourself and others
- Recognize the dynamics involved in the emergence and development of groups
- Identify and manage basic phenomena of the internal dynamics of a group
- Communicate and interact with others, promoting collaborative work environment
- Research and analize information and reflect critically mobilizing theoretical elements in conjunction with practical issues

Syllabus

This curricular unit aims to develop fundamental skills that lie ahead as essential to the professional areas sports as the analysis of forms of being, behaving and communicating with regard to the relationship with you and the other the identification and management of basic phenomena in the dynamics of interpersonal relationships and group or promoting a collaborative work environment.
Skills:
- Examine ways of being and behaving, as regards the relationship with yourself and others
- Recognize the dynamics involved in the emergence and development of groups
- Identify and manage basic phenomena of the internal dynamics of a group
- Communicate and interact with others, promoting collaborative work environment
- Research and analize information and reflect critically mobilizing theoretical elements in conjunction with practical issues


Demonstration of the syllabus coherence with the UC intended learning outcomes

This Course aims to develop fundamental skills that lie ahead as essential to the professional areas in question as being: an analysis of ways of being, behaving and communicating with regard to the relationship with you and the other, identification and management of basic phenomena in the dynamics of interpersonal relationships and group or promoting a collaborative work environment, this perspective these are the core syllabus.
The work of the future graduates in the sports fields will be framed in dynamics of interpersonal relationships and group so that the knowledge and mastery of theoretical principles, knowledge and techniques for managing people and groups appears to be essential.

Teaching methodologies

The work will take place primarily in the context of theoretical and practical sessions
Strategies for self-learning are promoted to encourage the search capabilities of scientific, analytical and critical thinking
In the sessions that the lecture method is predominantly used, are inserted one or more moments of discussion of key issues in large groups, film or practical elements to facilitate the integration of theoretical concepts exposed in everyday reality and / or professional

Assessment:
a) the preparation of a written essay on one of the themes addressed in the UC
b) the dynamics of a presentation-oriented elements of the theory developed in written work and its articulation with the practical component
c) the performance of individual reflection written about one of the topics taught in class, with consultation and character face
d) the participation of students in classes and activities proposed

Demonstration of the teaching methodologies coherence with the curricular unit's intended learning outcomes

Overall, the objectives, expected learning outcomes, following the completion of the course are:
a) ownership and use of different concepts and relevant related issues developed at UC;
b) the field of theoretical principles, knowledge and techniques allowing autonomy in its application;
c) contextualization of learning proposed by the UC course and performance of the professional role;
d) selection and organization of information from different types of media text production of dimensions and variables indicating issues critical analysis and reflection;
e) the public presentation of work.
To achieve these objectives, in addition to the strategies and methodologies are enhanced above the following strategies:
The accompanying tutorial to support, mentor and advise students in their learning, tutorial activity can be developed either during classes or in special sessions designed for that purpose, as well as through special sessions for monitoring presence and / or remotely, depending on the specific needs felt.
Active participation and interest by students, essential to the progress of learning and success in the ratings, which shall include: class participation, achievement-oriented research, carry out the work proposed by the teacher, participation in extra-curricular activities potentiate the knowledge acquired through classes and study.

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