2. Step 1: Choosing an example
3. Step 2: Evaluating webquests
It is very important that you view some of the WebQuest examples before creating one yourself.
Step 1: Choosing an example
Fortunately, we have a database of thousands of webquest for you that are seperated by grade level or/and subject matter. If you want, you can even search entire database for a certain keyword.
You can visit our WebQuest Matrix to browse the WebQuest database at anytime.
Step 2: Evaluating webquests
Now that you're familiar with the elements of a WebQuest, it's time to begin judging the quality of a WebQuest. Just because a WebQuest contains the essential elements doesn't mean that it's perfect. You need to look beyond the structure and examine the effectiveness, efficiency, and appeal of the project. Ask yourself:
- Is it a quality project?
- Does it fit my needs?
- Is it a good use of time?
- Is it a good use of technology?
Use one of the WebQuest Rubrics listed to guide your evaluations or use the one your instructor selected or