The Virtual Museum in Educational Practice

Maria Kampouropoulou, Persa Fokiali, Ioanna Efstathiou, Efstathios Stefos

Abstract


The educational role and social contribution of the Museums are achieved by increasing their communication with each social group and their extroversion cultural roles. ?hey can also offer exchanges of experiences by encouraging students’ audience. Because of the general world upheavals, the social contribution of the Museums has changed. The goal of this study is to appoint the students’ views of a virtual educational Popular Culture Museum. In this context, a research in the third grade of junior High school in Ialyssos, Rhodes, was carried out during the school year 2012-2013. After participating in a school project concerning a construction of an educational virtual Museum, one hundred (100) students took part in the research and answered a questionnaire before and after the teaching intervention. In order to extract the research results, we used statistics software SPSS v.17 and SPAD v. 4.5, offered by the Department Education in the University of the Aegean.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/res.v5n4p120

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