Introduction (rationale + outline)
You've given students Hotlists to add more research potential and you've targeted specific learning goals, now it's time to take on making the tricky one.
- Why WebQuests?
- WebQuests have become the most popular approach for integrating the Web with classroom learning activities. Read about some educational theories that suggest this is a good idea.
- The WebQuest Design Process
- An elaboration of the process Tom March uses / teaches for creating WebQuests. Move through three main phases of inherent in developing a WebQuest. Each of the phases have been integrated into Web-and-Flow Interactive.
The 3R's of WebQuests
Activities (Process / Job Aid with clipped images)
Use the links below as needed.
WebQuest Tip Pages from Web-and-Flow
Tips on Sorting Roles
Ideas on Transforming Information into Understanding
Background on Transformation Scaffolds
Transformation Decision Tree
Tips on Getting Real World Feedback
WebQuest Tip Pages from ozline.com
Input · Transformation · Output
a training WebQuest
an interactive worksheet
Uncovering the Question / Task
ideas & examples
if HTML is your game
WebQuest Designer's Checklist
self-check key elements
is it or is it ain't a WebQuest?
Use Web-and-Flow Interactive to design a solid draft of a WebQuest. Post it to the discussion and use the rubric to give each other feedback.
Post questions, comments, elicit feedback