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What are some simple ways to get started?
How can I use WebQuests if I have limited or no access to the Internet in my classroom or school?
What are some challenges I might face?
How do I assess students' progress?
How do I introduce WebQuests to parents and the community?




How do I assess students' progress?

Assessment is an ongoing process in WebQuests -- you are acting as a coach, and constantly conducting mini-assessments as you help students with problems and questions and provide helpful feedback. For the final task, many teachers use a
rubric 1. This rubric can include an assessment that evaluates collaboration and other processes that occur throughout the project.

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Since some teachers find rubrics hard to use, Bernie Dodge has created other ways of assessing students' work on WebQuests. Examples are available on his site.






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