Virtual Stages: A New and Participated Experience in a Secondary School



This paper reports a new and participated experience carried away in a Portuguese secondary school. The development of virtual stages starts with the correct diagnostic of information needs, inducing the replication of daily tasks that can be achieved, improved or even created, taking benefits from the human resources within the school. This development uses a participated and collaborative methodology focused in the educational actors, which are enrolled in the development of several functional modules. In this paper are exposed some considerations regarding the expectations from the concerned actors and the impact of those expectations in the development of the virtual stage




ED-MEDIA 2006--World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, June 2006

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