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I am interested in learning how experienced teachers have integrated web quests into their curriculum, specifically for high school. Would you structure a whole unit around student research? Or would you lecture and allow the students to do only some of the research? And how does one go about assessing students? With a rubric of some kind or would you use a test/quiz? Basically, I'm wonder what this strategy looks like in use in a real classroom.
Shannon I too would like to know how others are integrating Webquest. I was required to do a Webquest in school, but I still did not really understand how one would be beneficial or helpful. Actually it seemed a little confusing to me. I look forward to seeing how others are using these.

Shannon

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Jun 8, 2011
teachmo I have used webquests as an enrichment exercise, or for a student who has to be absent for a few days and will miss the classroom portion of instruction for a particular unit.

Assessment of learning can be oral reports, paper based tests, etc.
Jun 8, 2011
School Psyc That sounds like a great idea.

On 6/08/11, teachmo wrote: > I have used webquests as an enrichment exercise, or for a student > who has to be absent for a few days and will miss the classroom > portion of instruction for a particular unit. > > Assessment of learning can be oral reports, paper based tests, > etc.
Jun 8, 2011


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