At the end of the student period or a few months before finishing a degree, students can consult with their possible tutors about the topics they have offered to take the TFG.
It is the students’ responsibility to choose a topic and develop it with the guidance of a tutor. This person will be in charge of guiding the student to complete the project, using the corresponding regulations, in order to obtain the approval of the TFG after its presentation to a jury.
Examples of TFG in Early Childhood Education
- The opportunities of the environment to develop mathematical thinking in the second cycle of Early Childhood Education.
- The story as a resource for teaching mathematics in Early Childhood Education.
- Discoveries and inventions as resources for learning in science. Proposal of activities for children.
- Early Childhood Education in the face of diversity: design of strategies for the inclusion of immigrant students in the classroom.
- A critical look at children’s content in film and television: training sessions for families.
- Multilevel classrooms as a response to diversity. Analysis of experience in Early Childhood Education.
- Natural learning: contributions from Freinet. Design of implementation in a classroom.
- Science in Early Childhood Education classrooms: Strategies and resources. Didactic proposal.
- Cooperative learning in Early Childhood Education. Didactic proposal in a classroom.
- Emotions in the Early Childhood Education curriculum. Design of a didactic proposal in a nursery classroom.
- Resources for school-family collaboration. Design of a proposal in Early Childhood Education.
- Sustainable development. Practical proposal aimed at Early Childhood Education students.
- Animal abuse. Practical proposal aimed at Early Childhood Education students for their prevention.
- Psychoeducational proposal for socio-emotional development in Early Childhood Education.
- Strategies for the moral development of Infant Education students through tutoring.