E-Portfolio Implementations and Experiences: Didactical Functionalities of E-Portfolio in Interdisciplinary Contexts
Keywords:e-learning, e-portfolio, interdisciplinary project
We propose to emphasize the opportunities of using e-learning instruments of teaching/learning in the high school education and to prove, from the perspective both of the teacher and of the trainer who offers courses of continuous education to adults, referring to this theme, the way in which there can be conceived and evaluated some digital curriculum products/e-portfolios, starting from a set of characteristics articulated on a series of criteria, such as relevance, accessibility, availability, atractivity, flexibility, the open/generative character, participation/socialization
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