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Student and teacher. New roles in the university

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Author(s): Emilio Crisol Moya

Journal: Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers
ISSN 1989-9572

Volume: 2;
Start page: 84;
Date: 2011;
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Keywords: EHEA | role | teacher | student | teaching and learning skills

ABSTRACT
The main consequence of the convergence of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), or also known as "Bologna Process", derives in shaping a new university, which is necessary to meet the new needs of students, attending to their personal, professional and social (Romero, Gijon and Crisol, 2010). European convergence process has been a deep shift in the approach to teaching that is being developed in universities. There is a sort of speech of a new university-based on continuing education of the subject throughout its life. Now it is generating a new university student profile, which it is characterized by: having a close knowledge of technologies, use of new communication habits, and interest in new forms of education and self-learning, developing new skills, and so on. We are talking about a modern university system, quality, focusing on training of the student, where the university professor has to do more than teach, must promote creative learning by the student to think for himself. Now the priority is no longer teaching and university is the protagonist.
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