The processes of accreditation of the Arts of the Spectacle in the European Space of Higher Education THE LACK OF EVALUATION CRITERIA FOR THE ACCREDITATION OF THE TEACHER WITH REGARD TO THE ARTS OF THE SHOW. THE CASE OF SPAIN. DR. IOSHINOBU NAVARRO SANLER. DOCTOR IN ARTS AND HUMANITIES

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Ioshinobu Navarro Sanler

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One of the objectives set in the development of the Body of Professors of the Universities in the European Higher Education Area is the Accreditation in the different teaching categories that exist in the University field. In the Spanish environment, the National Agency for Quality Assessment (ANECA) is the governing body of the Accreditation process that ensures the quality of University Education at the national level.


This Accreditation responds to a need for Evaluation of the qualitative and quantitative aspects of the, considered as academic and research merits, of the Higher Education teaching staff, based on scales established through ANECA. Competences that have later been transferred to the Autonomous Communities, with which we will analyze the case of the Madri + D Foundation .


It is precisely in the field of Arts and Humanities where we will focus on this analysis of the accreditation criteria for access to university teaching bodies, since the law defines areas such as Drawing, Sculpture, Music and Painting, leaving the Arts outside of the show as part of l as Artistic Experiences

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