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Material:

Learning with Webquests

Rating: 4 stars
Used in Course: Not used in course
Submitted by: Sophia Borden (Student), Dec 08, 2012
Comment:

Craig, I think your StAIR project is amazing!  The video is very easy to use and does a great job of breaking down the different sections of a WebQuest all the while reminding the audience that their audience when creating a WebQuest is their students.  I think the quizzes would be a great way to help keep students engaged and work very well in your project, but since the audience is other teachers, I wonder if it's really necessary to test to see whether they are learning but it's a great demonstration of how quizzes can be used in this type of project.  There's one main section in the video where the talking seems to go on for much longer than the other parts and I was wondering if there may be something else you could put in there besides a screen shot of the website to help keep the audience more engaged throught that large section.  For example, you may be able to include something like presentation slides that cover some of the main topics that you were discussing during that time.  Overall, great job!

Time spent reviewing site: Watched the whole video and took the quizzes.