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Sandy Scragg's Planning Your WebQuest

Activities:

1) Evaluate WebQuests based on your grade level (Individually or in Pairs)
Choose a grade level that is appropriate for your teaching. Consult Bernie Dodge's WebQuest Rubric and decide if the WebQuest you have chosen is a "good" example of a WebQuest or not. You may work alone or with a partner. Come up with a few of your own criteria that are essential to the making of a good WebQuest.

NOTE: As an additional exercise, look at Bernie Dodge's list of "new" WebQuests and rate one project according to your own newly-acquired set of criteria.


2) Create our own list of criteria for WebQuests
I will solicit ideas from the group & we'll create our own list of what makes a good WebQuest.

3) Review some concepts/training materials for better planning
I'll review some helpful Internet resources for the group before we start working on our own WebQuests.

4) Evaluating Web Resources for Use in the Classroom
Where do you find educative resources for the classroom? How can you tell that a web site is appropriate for classroom use?


5) Use the free TeacherWeb WebQuest template

5) Create your own WebQuest (Individually or in Pairs)
Please make sure to add the link to your WebQuest onto the circulating sign-in sheet. Follow the step-by-step instructions for creating your own WebQuest on TeacherWeb. Sandy & Bee will be circulating around the room to offer assistance.

6) Wanna share?
Don't be shy! Share your WebQuest with us--in progress is OK. Give Sandy the link to your project.

7) Additional WebQuest Resources

 

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