This educational video (15 minutes) shows how to make a teaching unit. It is presented by the Faculty of Teacher Training at the University of Oviedo (Spain) and is intended for teachers explaining how to set up a didactic unit correctly, whether it is at primary, secondary, vocational or any other level.
This space includes the description of documents commonly used in the educational centre. For example, didactic units. Their elaboration tries to follow generic guidelines of several educational fields.
The Parents’ Association (AMPA) represents the parents or legal guardians of the pupils before the school.
Families and legal guardians are the adults, relatives or not, who represent each pupil and are responsible for his or her nutrition, schooling and behaviour.
The educational community is the group of family members or people legally close to the pupil with some level of responsibility in their education.
The Guidance Office is a space where you can meet with your family and students in a quiet and calm atmosphere.
The Head of Studies manages the academic and teaching staff activity from his office called Head of Studies.
In his or her office, the secretary manages the administration documents, student and teacher management, as well as the financial accounts of the educational institution.
The management office is a room where the director manages his or her responsibilities as the top manager of the company.
Support classrooms are specific spaces to accommodate and carry out learning activities in a more concentrated way for students with educational needs.