Session Five: Keynote, Blogging, and Webquest Template
- Present Weebly pages on AirServer
- Rough draft Keynote Presentations
- Upload to Slideshare.net (or some similar service) and post link (like Prof. Geib did here) to Edmodo
- Positive feedback and constructive criticism on Edmodo about the presentations of your peers!
- Webquest template
- Get infrastructure for a webquest up....
- Title - Try to come up with a “catchy” title
- Introduction - The goal of this section is to make the activity desirable and fun for students. Your introduction should engage and excite your students
- Task - This is a formal description of what students will have accomplished by the end of the WebQuest. The task should be doable and interesting
- Process - This is a description of the steps learners should go through in accomplishing the task. Embed links at each step whenever possible
- Evaluation - Each WebQuest needs a rubric for evaluating students’ work. The standards should be clear, consistent, and fair. (Don't worry about creating this one right now. QuestGarden has a matrix to help you develop the evaluation piece.)
- Conclusion - This area allows your students to reflect and you to summarize what has been learned and/or what is yet to come
- Credits - You should always give credit where credit is due. Give credit to sites, books, people, etc.
- Have your Philosophy of Teaching up on Weebly site
- Have final draft of Keynote (or other) presentation ready to present next session.
- Write up the "framework" of your Webquest
- Signature assignment comes due at end of semester...
- ...take many small steps in an assignment like this!