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  • 1. WebQuest to Create Webquests For Educators Designed by Marilyn Croskey [email_address] Based on a template from The WebQuest Page Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Resources WebQuest on WebQuests Rubric Upload Embed
  • 2. Introduction
    • Search for the word "WebQuest" in any search engine, and you soon discover thousands of online lessons created by teachers around the world.
    • What is a WebQuest?
    • "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 focus on using information rather than on looking for it, and to support learners' thinking at the levels of analysis, synthesis, and evaluation."
    • WebQuests:
    • engage students in critical thinking activities
    • usually involves group work, with division of labor among students who take on specific roles or perspectives;
    • are built around resources that are preselected by the teacher.
      • Students spend their time USING information, not LOOKING for it.
    Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Resources WebQuest on WebQuests Rubric Upload Embed
  • 3. The Task Your task should you decide to accept it (of course you will because it will be graded) is to create a WebQuest. It should be engaging and include critical thinking skills. The focus needs to be on website evaluation. The WebQuest subject can be entirely on website evaluations or you can use a topic from your content area and scaffold the quest with quality websites. Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Resources WebQuest on WebQuests Rubric Upload Embed
  • 4. The Process
    • Look at Samples WebQuests in Springboard - Content Resources
    • Determine the subject of your quest.
    • Organize your thoughts and the steps you want to follow.
    • Create a WebQuest template or download the sample in Springboard : Content Resources
    • Follow the five rules for making a WebQuest
      • Find great sites
      • Orchestrate your learners and resources
      • Challenge your learners to think
      • Use the medium of the Internet and tools of technology
      • Scaffold high expectations (higher level is better than light easy thinking)
    • Use Rubistar to create a rubric
    • Upload your WebQuest to Slideshare
    • Embed in your ePortfolio
    Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Resources WebQuest on WebQuests Rubric Upload Embed
  • 5. Evaluation Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Resources WebQuest on WebQuests Rubric Upload Embed
  • 6. Conclusion Congratulations! You have explored various WebQuests and created one of your own. You have one more tool in your Education Toolkit Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Resources WebQuest on WebQuests Rubric Upload Embed
  • 7. Create Rubric
    • Go to http://rubistar.4teachers.org
    • Register to create Log In.
    • Create new rubric.
    • Can choose from Customizable Rubric or Create one from scratch.
      • Choose a Customizable Rubric.
    • Create Rubric
    • Download Rubric to Excel
    • Copy and Paste into Webquest Evaluation.
    Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Resources WebQuest on WebQuests Rubric Upload Embed
  • 8. Upload WebQuest
    • Go to http://www.slideshare.net/
    • Sign up for free account
    • Click UPLOAD (Not UPLOAD +)
    • Enter Title, Description, Tags, and Category
    • Go to My Uploads
      • Open your Presentation
      • Copy the URL
    • Paste in a Word Document
      • Add your name and the Title of your WebQuest to the Document
    • Upload to Springboard – Assignment Dropbox
    • Copy the Embed Code
    Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Resources WebQuest on WebQuests Rubric Upload Embed
  • 9. Embed in Wiki Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Resources WebQuest on WebQuests Rubric Upload Embed
    • Go to your Wiki
    • Log in to your Account
    • Add a new page
    • Edit Page
    • Open Widget
    • Click on Slideshow
    • Choose Other Slideshow
    • Paste the Slideshare Embed Code in the the text box.
    • Save
    • Preview the page
    • Save
  • 10. Resources Rubistar : http://rubistar.4teachers.org Slideshare : http://www.slideshare.net Slideshare WebQuest : http://www.slideshare.net/mkcroskey/webquest-on-webquests-for-educators-11696376 Springboard : http://springboard.uakron.edu Webquest.org : http://webquest.org/index.php Wikispaces.com : http://wikispaces.com M Croskey’s Wiki : http://mcroskey.wikispaces.com What is inquiry-based learning : http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/concept2class/inquiry/ Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Resources WebQuest on WebQuests Rubric Upload Embed