The Key Aspects of WebQuests… Described & Illustrated
One way to understand what something is is to look at its “parts.” It helps even more if there’s a discussion of what the “parts” are supposed to do and why. WebQuests are just the same – and it also helps to see examples. That’s what the following video does.
Web site and articles referred to in the video are listed below.
Links to WebQuests and Articles
- The Learning Power of WebQuests – published in ASCD’s Educational Leadership
- What WebQuests are (Really) – full explanation of the above article that provides a refined definition of WebQuests.
- Freedom Fighter or Terrorist? – High school history, current events, English, WebQuest
- Web-and-Flow – WebQuest (and other) online activity maker (contact me if you are interested and before you sign up).
- The Big Wide World – Primary level WebQuest that ties together geography, science, anthropology, etc.)
- Crool Zone – High school WebQuest on school violence and shootings
- The Past is Present – Google Slides & Docs-based WebQuest (on TeachersPayTeachers)
- Tips for WebQuest Designers – things I’ve learned and observed along the way