WebQuest 2.0 teaching scenarios: From theory to practice<br />Maria Perifanou<br />Pontydusgu, Wales, UK<br />firstname.lastname@example.org<br />
Technology is a tool, not a goal for instruction. (Kajder 2003, 2004) <br />Technology is not pedagogy, neither a mean of pedagogy, but just a way of delivering learning<br />It is crucial that the teacher’s educational communityunderstand how these tools can be & are being used. (Ferdig, R. E., 2007) <br />..finding the right pedagogical /teaching method is …<br />
Have you found the right pedagogical/teaching methodology foryou?<br />
Can you outline the ideal methodology for you….will you be happy with this?<br />
What do you know about <br />?<br />……do you have any experience with this? <br />
Webquest is an“inquiry-oriented activity in which some or all the information that learners interact with comes from resources on the internet” (Dodge, 1995)<br />Introduction TaskProcessResourcesEvaluation<br />Conclusion<br />critical thinking, cooperative learning, authentic assessments, technology integration, scaffolding model, cognitive & constructivist theory (Dodge et al., 1995)<br />
Explore the wiki in pairs<br />Can you explain what is the revised webquest 2.0 version?<br />Can you find some common characteristics with your “ideal” teaching methodology?<br />Do you think that webquest 2.0 could open new horizons to your teaching?<br />
It’s time for work!Create your teaching webquest 2.0 scenarios!<br />THANK YOU- EYXARISTW!<br />
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