WebQuest Class for the Lenape Regional High School District
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Introduction | The Task | Resources | The Process | Learning Advice | Evaluation | Conclusion | Credits
You have learned what WebQuests are and may have even completed some WebQuests. You have an idea for a WebQuest and are ready to write one that can be shared with other educators and students. If you have questions about how to prepare and share a WebQuest, you are at the appropriate place.
A WebQuest is an interactive learning activity that has three key elements that make it different from just searching for knowledge.
Lenape Regional High School WebQuests
3. The solution to the problem is reached through negotiation and agreement of all parties.
Your task, writing a WebQuest:
These links are available for the WebQuest class to use to accomplish the task. These links are resources that may help with your WebQuest.
Title of WebQuest__________________________________________________________________
Author/School of the WebQuest_______________________________________________________
Web Address of the WebQuest________________________________________________________
WebQuest was used in the classroom/library on (date/dates) __________________________________
Grade Level and Class that used the WebQuest____________________________________________
Signature of your supervisor that the WebQuest was used with a class.___________________________
Learning Advice: Some WebQuest writers may wish to start out with pencil and paper, others may wish to go to the WebQuest Template and do WebQuest without consulting or following most of the steps or consulting any of the materials. Other WebQuest writers may want to follow all the steps and consult all the materials.
It is anticipated you will find an approach to writing WebQuests that will use your own strengths and probably change over time. Good learning advice is probably JUST DO WEBQUESTS. Probably the best learning advice is teach your students to do WebQuests.
Remember: Don't reinvent the wheel. There are some great WebQuests out there already that may just need fine tuning for your class. They will also give you great ideas to start.
Use pictures and sites to accomplish your goal. Remember sometimes a picture is copyrighted. You must ask permission to use the picture unless you are using clip art ( like I did on this page). To ask permission, just email the author of the web page and tell them why you want to use the picture. 99% of the time you will get the permission you need. Using an acknowledgement section seems to be what the major web pages are doing. Be sure that you do that for any pictures that you might use.
To receive the credit from Lenape Regional High School District
1. Attend all three classes.
2. At the second class, have the beginnings of the WebQuest to show the class.
3. At the third class, your WebQuest will be completed and ready to be put on the server.
4. Plan the class and use the WebQuest at your school during the next semester.
5. Have your supervisor sign that you used your WebQuest in a class unit or project.
6. Return form to Mrs. DeVan at Cherokee and credit will be issued by the School District.
Congratulations! You may now have published a WebQuest which will allow students to engage in meaningful learning using internet resources. Please help educators and students by continuing your publication of WebQuests, and helping colleagues develop WebQuests. If you have any problems, questions, or just want to talk about your efforts please email to my address below.
List here the sources of any images, music or text that you're using.
Provide links back to the original source. Say thanks to anyone who provided resources or help.
List any books and other media that you used as information sources as well.
This page written by email@example.com
Last updated: March 11, 2004
This page was adapted from Bernie Dodge 's WebQuest_Template1.html by Tom March