|1.Essential Question is important &
|2.Links are relevant & appropriate||.||.||.|
|3.Roles & tasks are engaging||.||.||.|
|4.Few management issues||.||.||.|
|5. Timing is appropriate||.||.||.|
|6.Jugement/evaluation of data is included||.||.||.|
1.What is the main point of this WebQuest? What themes does it explore, and how does it link them to larger questions?
2.Are the links accurate and up-to-date? Can you find links to replace missing/outdated ones?
3.Is the task interesting, and will it engage students in the grade level at which it is aimed? Why or why not? If not, how could it be improved?
4.What problems might arise when students work on this WebQuest? How might these be solved, or do you think they might make the WebQuest unusable?
5.How much time will it take to complete these WebQuests? Do they take too long to complete, or are they too easy? How could these problems be dealt with?
6.How much of these WebQuests involves "scavenger hunts," or trying to find specific content or Web sites? When is this valuable, and when does it just waste time? Are there particular subjects in which scavenger hunts may be useful? Why or why not?
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