As part of the Quick and Dirty WebQuest PL series on Youtube Playlist, I thought a few (a very few 😉 ) people might be interested in a bit of background about my role and perspective on developing WebQuests. So here’s a backgrounder video followed by links to the WebQuests and articles referred to in the video.
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Links to WebQuests and Articles
- Some Thoughts about WebQuests – Prof. Bernie Dodge’s article that “launched the craze.”
- Searching for China (non-WebQuest version)
- Searching for China 2.0 – includes the “Playing Field” scaffold for the Group Synthesis
- Tuskegee Tragedy – example of learning from resources and scaffolding an analysis of arguments.
- Little Rock 9, Integration 0? – features use of a ThesisBuilder for scaffold an essay response.
- Look Who’s Footing the Bill! – WebQuest on the US Budget, including the great (retired) Budget Explorer as part of the Group Synthesis.
- 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.