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A free workshop presented online by "CONCEPT TO CLASSROOM, "a collaboration between Thirteen Ed Online and Disney Learning Partnership. This workshop is broken down into sections called Explanation, Demonstration, Exploration, and Implementation. Each section answers critical questions, provides short video clips from experts/users, and provides links to other critical information or terms when appropriate. Other workshops are also available, see the descriptions page for more: http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/concept2class/description.html
WRITING AND USING WEBQUESTS
LIST OF WEBQUEST RUBRICS - http://www.alicechristie.org/edtech/wq/rubrics.html
Dr. Alice Christie at Arizona State University offers six examples of Webquest rubrics.
EDUCATION WORLD - http://www.educationworld.com/a_tech/tech/tech011.shtml
Create a webquest. It is easier than you think. "A WebQuest," according to Bernie Dodge, the originator of the WebQuest concept, "is an inquiry-oriented activity in which most or all of the information used by learners is drawn from the Web. WebQuests are designed to use learners' time well, to focus on using information rather than on looking for it, and to support learners' thinking at the levels of analysis, synthesis, and evaluation." Check this out.
HISTORY WEBQUESTS - http://lasd.k12.pa.us/teachers/purnellj/Projects.html
NELLIES ENGLISH PROJECTS
There are an amazing assortment of resources on this site; but the webquest links a great. They are divided up by grade and presented in an easy to see table. See also http://www.nelliemuller.com/Junior_High_WebQuests.htm
Elementary webquests are located at http://www.nelliemuller.com/elementary_school.htm; grades 7-9 at http://www.nelliemuller.com/Junior_High_WebQuests.htm This is one of the largest collection of webquests links so far, but it is not annotated.
INTERNET GUIDE FOR EDUCATORS-WEBQUESTS -
Sites to help you create a webquest, and scroll down to actual webquestslike Chocolate Chip Cookies, to eat or not eat.
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