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Good Examples

Take a look at the WebQuests at Best WebQuests.com


Bad Examples

Anything Goes
Could it be done without instruction?
Sometimes an online activity will challenge students to do something creative or to solve a problem. This is positive! The downfall to the "Anything Goes" approach, is that to complete the task, students don't have to draw from any of the previous instruction. The fix to this near WebQuest is to ask students to apply a set of criteria to their creation. Rather than write any play or poem, or problem-solve any solution, invoke criteria that require students to integrate the new learning into their product.
A BestWebQuest: Influencing Your Photographic Eye



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Russell, R. (2016, July 04, 04:54 pm). WebQuest Examples.
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