Colaboración Universidad-EmpresaUn reto para innovar en la docencia

  1. C. del Hoyo Martínez 1
  2. María V. Villa 1
  3. V. Sánchez Escribano 1
  4. Emilio Rodríguez Fernández 1
  5. Juan Luis Manzano Iscar 1
  6. Javier Domínguez Álvarez 1
  7. Francisco Pedraz Penalva 1
  8. Carmen Izquierdo Misiego 1
  9. Jose Luis González Fernández 1
  10. Mª del Mar Canedo Alonso 1
  11. Emilio Calle Martín 1
  12. Francisco A. Bermejo 1
  13. David Díez Martín 1
  14. Narciso Martín Garrido 1
  15. María Rosa Rubio González 1
  16. Jorge Cuéllar Antequera 1
  17. Carlos Costa Pérez 1
  18. María del Carmen Márquez Moreno 1
  19. Jesús Rodríguez Sánchez 1
  20. J. Catalán Cancho 1
  21. Elena Díaz Martín 1
  22. Javier Montes Sánchez 1
  23. Paulo Augusto Reis da Silva 1
  24. Ruth Aranda Carmona
  25. Berenice Rodríguez
  26. Alejandro Llanos
  27. José Manuel González de Buitrago 1
  28. Begoña García
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  1. 1 Universidad de Salamanca

    Universidad de Salamanca

    Salamanca, España


Segundas jornadas de innovación docente en la Universidad de Salamanca
  1. María Dolores Pereira Gómez (coord.)
  2. Juan Antonio Rodríguez Sánchez (coord.)
  3. José Luis de las Heras Santos (coord.)

Publisher: Universidad de Salamanca

ISBN: 978-84-695-8722-5

Year of publication: 2013

Pages: 45-50

Congress: Jornadas de Innovación Docente en la Universidad de Salamanca (2. 2013. Salamanca)

Type: Conference paper


The development of this activity promotes the work in group and brings over to the labor reality which the chemical futures and chemical engineers have to face on the legal development of safety and sustainability in the laboratories of practices. Likewise, the normalization of a series of Good Environmental Practices might spread to the rest of the Faculties of Chemical Sciences and even to the laboratories of Chemical Analysis. The educational collaboration between University and Company like complementary instrument of the theoretical content is one of the activities that here one proposes. One of our aims is like teachers to connect the theory with the reality that wraps us. We believe that to know the real situations in the labor managerial world is a good tool for it. To make conscious the student of the reality who surrounds it forces him to an exercise of comprehension, analysis and synthesis that will have to culminate in the accomplishment of a work in group. With the accomplishment of this activity, we obtain diverse aims proposed by the European Space of High Education, between which we stand out: the domain of the basic vocabulary of the subject and of the aptitude to interpret situations, to adapt processes and to look for solutions. Likewise, the oral and written communication, the capacity of analysis and of synthesis and, also, the aptitude to reason critically can be improved by this experience.