- 1 How do you create a WebQuest?
- 2 What purpose does a WebQuest typically serve in a lesson?
- 3 What should be included in a WebQuest?
- 4 Why is a WebQuest beneficial for students?
- 5 What is the process in a WebQuest?
- 6 What is WebQuest model?
- 7 What is the purpose of using WebQuest?
- 8 What is the KWL strategy?
- 9 What are the characteristics of e learning?
- 10 What are higher order thinking skills?
- 11 What means digital literacy?
How do you create a WebQuest?
According to Dodge, the six building blocks of a WebQuest are:
- The Introduction orients students and captures their interest.
- The Task describes the activity’s end product.
- The Process explains strategies students should use to complete the task.
- The Resources are the Web sites students will use to complete the task.
What purpose does a WebQuest typically serve in a lesson?
The purpose of using WebQuest is to encourage students to use information rather than gathering it and participate in meaningful classroom discussions. WebQuest supports critical thinking through analyzing, creating, and evaluating. Also, it integrates technology into learning and foster cooperative learning.
What should be included in a WebQuest?
A WebQuest has 5 essential parts: introduction, task, process, resources, evaluation, and conclusion.
Why is a WebQuest beneficial for students?
According to March, WebQuests increase student motivation by providing an essential question, real-life resources with which to work, and opportunities to work in cooperative groups. WebQuests, by their very nature, encourage the development of thinking skills.
What is the process in a WebQuest?
The Process block in a WebQuest is where the teacher suggests steps learners should go through in completing the task. It may include strategies for dividing the task into subtasks, descriptions of roles to be played or perspectives to be taken by each learner.
What is WebQuest model?
WebQuest is a constructive model of organizing instruction that focuses on organizing the learning process based on the Inquiry-based Learning Framework. In a WebQuest, the content of learning exclusively derives from internet resources.
What is the purpose of using WebQuest?
A Webquest is a valuable tool to use with students. It allows students to work at their own pace either individually or in a team. A Webquest is a fun, research based tool to help students learn more detailed information about a specific topic being studied and creates a greater sense of importance for that topic.
What is the KWL strategy?
KWL, an acronym for Know, Want-to-know, and Learned, is an effective way to read with purpose. KWL is easy to apply and can lead to significant improvement in your ability to learn efficiently and to retain what you have learned.
What are the characteristics of e learning?
Learner-centered eLearning is easy to use and enables learners to take control and find what they need quickly. Learners should be able to navigate the course intuitively through course design that implements sound user experience principles.
What are higher order thinking skills?
Higher-order thinking skills (HOTS) is a concept popular in American education. It distinguishes critical thinking skills from low-order learning outcomes, such as those attained by rote memorization. HOTS include synthesizing, analyzing, reasoning, comprehending, application, and evaluation.
What means digital literacy?
Digital literacy means having the skills you need to live, learn, and work in a society where communication and access to information is increasingly through digital technologies like internet platforms, social media, and mobile devices.