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The Innova Awards are a award that the Planning and Improvement Service of teaching awards annually to the best innovation projects professor carried out at the University of Navarra. 

From the academic year 09/10 to 22/23, the University of Navarra has carried out more than 900 innovation projects professor. Of the 73 projects that were developed in the 22/23 academic year, 9 initiatives nominated for the Innova Awards were selected. A jury subsequently designated the 3 winning projects according to three categories: disruptive innovation, innovation transfer and collaborative innovation.

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Título_NOMINADOS DISRUPTIVO

NOMINEES FOR BEST DISRUPTIVE PROJECT

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teaching cooperative: dialogue in the classroom

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The civic school: teaching victims of terrorism and experiential learning

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Building medical identity

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Título_NOMINADOS COLABORATIVO

NOMINEES FOR BEST COLLABORATIVE PROJECT

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Nurse managers in the 21st century: a teaching focused on the development integral of their competencies.

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International work groups to facilitate a reflective perspective on the role of business for a more sustainable world.

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The civic school: teaching victims of terrorism and experiential learning

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Título_NOMINADOS TRANSFERENCIA

BEST TRANSFER NOMINEES PROJECT

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assessment dynamics in ILCE's ELE classes

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Measuring and visualizing airborne contaminants in buildings

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Writing and sustainability

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History of Nominations and Winners

Best Disruptive project

Nominees:

  1. Bringing the concept of poverty closer to classroom through online games. 

  2. Comparison of real patients with standardized patients on the teaching of Degree in Medicine. 

  3. development of the service-learning methodology through a virtual environment. 

The award for the best disruptive project was awarded to the initiative "Bringing the concept of poverty closer to classroom through online games", directed by the School professor of Economics Isabel Rodríguez Tejedo.

Best project Collaborative

Nominees:

  1. Integration of the conceptual framework of the School of Nursing in the subjects of Degree of the department of Nursing Care for Adult Patients

  2. Active vs passive learning: improving the learning of processes linked to the environmental management through simulations of real cases.

  3. research on historical references: a internship shared by Architecture students from the University of Navarra (Pamplona, Spain) and UNCuyo (Mendoza, Argentina). Navarra (Pamplona) and UNCuyo (Mendoza, Argentina).

The award for the best collaborative project went to "research on historical references: a internship shared by Architecture students from the University of Navarra (Pamplona) and the UNCuyo (Mendoza, Argentina)", directed by María Angélica Rodríguez.

Best project Transfer

Nominees:

  1. Creation of a new dynamic in the internship of laboratory that allows students to better visualize processes.

  2. Writing Center: academic literacy in digital (with) texts

  3. training Integral in Covid19

Finally, "training Integral en Covid19", directed by doctors Leire Arbea, José Luis del Pozo and Jorge Quiroga Vila, won the award for the best transfer project .

 

Best Disruptive project

Nominees:

  1. design curriculum implementation and of virtual reality in the nursing assessment

  2. development of the subject Graphic books and illustration: image and word in the humanistic disciplines

  3. Supporting students in EMI: Creating Resources

The award for the best disruptive project was awarded to the initiative "Virtual Reality in Nursing".designimplementation and assessment of virtual reality in the nursing curriculum ", led by the professor of the School of Nursing, Virginia La Rosa.

 Best project Collaborative

Nominees:

  1. Curriculum mapping to promote integrated learning in a Service-Learning project carried out in two subjects of the Degrees de Education

  2. What really happened at Chernobyl? Implications and consequences

  3. The integration of journalistic formats in the elaboration of news reports.

The award for the best disruptive project was awarded to the initiative "The integration of journalistic formats in the production of news reports".The integration of journalistic formats in the elaboration of news reports.", directed by Pilar Martínez-Costa, professor at School de Comunicación.

 

Best project Transfer

Nominees:

  1. Ultrasound learning in second year students of the integrated medical curriculum.

  2. Care and Society, a new subject for a caring campus

  3. Youth identities and language in social networks

The award for the best disruptive project was awarded to the initiative "Care and Society, a new subject for a caring campus " project , an inter-faculty and interdisciplinary , coordinated by the project Atlantes of the high school of Culture and Society, together with the high school Core Curriculumwhich has been coordinated by Ana Carvajal, professor at School de Enfermería.

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