The course will be face-to-face, with theoretical and practical classes.
Methodologically, tools will be used to enable students to develop their analytical and critical thinking skills. The theoretical contents will be approached from a holistic conception that is not alien or independent from the general socio-economic and political reality, with a critical and gender focus. Active participation in the classroom will be encouraged and the use of different formats will be used to carry out the practices through the launching of complex challenges that generate questions.
Students will develop individual practicals, associated with the theoretical contents, and a group practice throughout the course.
Individual tutorials and at least one group tutorial are planned.