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Module 7 • Looking at Web. Quests
Web. Quest • What is a Web. Quest, its theoretical basis, components and resources. • Using a team approach, each group will produce a Web. Quest designed to train school personal to develop technology based lessons to enhance the attainment of school and curricular objectives. See the description in the syllabus under
Theory • Use the following URL’s, read the essays and explore theoretical bases of webquests. http: //www. alicechristie. org/edtech/wq/ http: //www. alicechristie. org Click on “What is a Web. Quest? ” Both of these sites are excellent introductions to the basic principles of Web. Quests. b quest?
Step One • Use the following URL’s, read the essays and explore theoretical bases of webquests. • • http: //www. alicechristie. org/edtech/wq/ • http: //www. alicechristie. org • Click on “What is a Web. Quest? ” Both of these sites are excellent introductions to the basic principles of Web. Quests.
What is a webquest • http: //bestwebquests. com/ • This is a matrix of many good Web. Quest examples. http: //bestwebquests. com/ This is a matrix of many good Web. Quest examples
Step 2 • Here is an opportunity to review some webquest sites. In your teams, explore these sites and evaluate how you might use these in a classroom. What would be advantages or disadvantages to using webquests? Choose the teaching levels you are most interested in.
areas • elementary http: //www. station 05. qc. ca/css/ecoles/stmarg/als/memph request/index. htm middle school http: //oncampus. richmond. edu/academics/as/education/ projects/webquests/lewisclark/ (This site has many, many Web. Quests available) high school http: //www. geocities. com/Paris/Left. Bank/9806/belleville. html adult education http: //www. altn. org/webquests/downloads
Step 3 • How to develop a Web. Quest. Here are three sites with essentially the same information in different formats. Choose one or two and come up with the steps for building a Web. Quest. http: //projects. edtech. sandi. net/staffdev/bu ildingblocks/p-index. htm http: //edweb. sdsu. edu/webquest/necc 98. ht m
Step 4 • Look at these URLs and begin thinking of a topic and the resources for developing your quest. These sites have essentially the same information in different formats. Use what is most useful to you and your group. http: //edweb. sdsu. edu/webquest/Process/Web. Q uest. Design. Process. html http: //edweb. sdsu. edu/webquest/taskonomy. html http: //projects. edtech. sandi. net/staffdev/tpss 99/t asksimap
Questions • What is a webquest? • On what theory is it based? • How could a teacher use this technique in a classroom? • What are the advantages and disadvantages of this technique? • How might an administrator or curriculum specialist use the webquest? •
? ? ? • How might a school use the Web. Quest concept even with limited technology? • What do you think about student motivation when using a Web. Quest? • How can a Web. Quest be used in ESE classes? • How might a Web. Quest be used to assist teachers to attain Florida Certification?
Your task • Develop a Web. Quest with your group that teaches your school personnel how to develop technology-based lesson plans. • The following are suggestions ONLY – you are not limited to these topics but think in terms of training school personnel – do not limit your topics to a single classroom.
task • Your sample Web. Quest might be how teachers or other school staff could use a Web. Quest to: • Help struggling readers. • Build community in the ESE classroom • Teach strategies for handling diversity in the classroom • Strategies for Parent Conferences
Task • Plan an evaluation to determine compliance with Florida statutes (class management, discipline, subject matter knowledge, for example). • Look at syllabus