Satisfaction analysis of 'food safety and quality management' master degree's students with the 'comunicat' methodology for the enhancement of the 'effective oral comunication' student outcome

Abstract
The main goal of the present study is to analyze the satisfaction level of the students from the master degree "Food Safety and Quality Management" with the "ComunicaT" methodology, which was applied to improve the mastery level of the "Effective Oral Communication" student outcome. This methodology is being developed under an innovative and educational improvement research project funded by the Universitat Politècnica de València, and the general idea behind it is that the student, after performing an auto-diagnosis test, becomes capable to autonomously improve its oral communication skills. Thereby, the student, starting from his initial mastery level on this student outcome, follows a selfformative, adapted learning itinerary with proper learning activities for him/her to enhance his masterliness on this topic. The methodology has been carefully designed by several university lecturers coming from different universities, with a wide range of different profiles. It is mandatory to retrieve feedback from the students that participated in this methodology, in order to make it better, simpler and more efficient in further applications. With the results obtained in this work we assess the satisfaction level of the students with the "ComunicaT" methodology, and we identify improvement opportunities that can be exploited in the future.
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Oltra Badenes, Raúl Pérez-Esteve, Édgar Silvestre Cerdà, Joan Albert Bas Cerdá, María del Carmen Lerma García, María Jesús Matarredona-Desantes, Nuria 2019 Satisfaction analysis of 'food safety and quality management' master degree's students with the 'comunicat' methodology for the enhancement of the 'effective oral comunication' student outcome EDULEARN proceedings