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WebQuests
The WebQuest Page
A great resource with training materials, downloadable templates, and many examples.
Concept to Classroom
Contains articles on WebQuest learning theory, instructional design, and many valuable training materials.

Sample 
Teacher-Developed 
WebQuests

Guerrilla Girls 
A Crucible WebQuest
Structure WebQuest
String Art Project
Design a Deluxe Container 
I've Got that Geometry Bug!
Feeling Bloated?
Discovering Deserts
Earn a Living and Live on What you Earn
Can You Be a Millionaire (without winning the Lottery or going on the Game Show)?
We Built This City: A Study of Platonic Solids
What is a WebQuest? A WebQuest is an inquiry-oriented activity in which some or all of the information that learners interact with comes from resources on the Internet. A WebQuest provides a clear structure and sequence for student learning that involves and excites the students as they critically examine a problem or issue.

Why use WebQuests? 

  • Students make connections with the "real-world."
  • Students develop communication skills.
  • Students learn how to work cooperatively.
  • Students gain valuable research skills.
  • Students develop critical thinking skills.
  • Students engage in relevant, interesting tasks.

 

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