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Writing competences

  1. 1. WRITING COMPETENCES/ HOW TO WRITE A COMPETENCE.Competence” means theproven ability to useknowledge, skills andpersonal, social and / ormethodological abilities,in work or studysituations and inprofessional andpersonal development.
  2. 2. Competence is also written as competency (Plural:competences, competencies
  3. 3. Competences are obtained or developed during theprocess of learning by the student/learner.They represent a dynamic combination of knowledge,understanding, skills and abilities.Competences will be formed in various course units andassessed at different stages.Time and attention should also be devoted to thedevelopment of generic competences or transferable skills
  4. 4. WHY ARE COMPETENCIES SO IMPORTANT TODAY? Globalisation and modernisation are creating an increasingly diverse and interconnected world. To make sense of and function well in this world, individuals need.
  5. 5. STRUCTURE OF A COMPETENCY Competencies can be written by building their structure upon Bloom’s taxonomy; from the lowest to highest level in the cognitive, psychomotor and affective domains. Each individual competency should be specific. It should start with an action verb followed by an object. Competencies should be performance based and measurable.
  6. 6. TIPS FOR WRITING COMPETENCIES Define competencies simply and clearly. Make sure competencies embody a single, readily identifiable characteristic. Avoid making the competency too specific. Make the competency definition behaviorally- based. Remove unnecessary qualifiers
  7. 7. Opportunity for Include youryou to promote personal yourself. involvement Each competency is equally important
  8. 8. What is a competence?
  9. 9. Generic competencies are transferablemultifunctional knowledge, skills and attitudes thatpeople could learn and develop in different ways andlearning environments.
  10. 10. TUNING DISTINGUISHES THREETYPES OF GENERIC COMPETENCES Instrumental competences: cognitive abilities, methodological abilities, technological abilities and linguistic abilities. Interpersonal competences: individual abilities like social skills (social interaction and co- operation); Systemic competences: abilities and skills concerning whole systems (combination of understanding, sensibility and knowledge; prior acquisition of instrumental and interpersonal competences required).
  11. 11. TUNING PROJECT lStructures in Europe was initiated in 2000. In this project, the term competence is defined as follows:“Competences represent a dynamic combination of knowledge, understanding, skills . and abilities. Fostering competences is the object of educational programmes. Competences are formed in various course units and assessed at different stages”
  12. 12. EXAMPLES OF GENERIC COMPETENCES.

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