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Dedicated to healing through the art of musically-informed intelligence, CSIRI has a web page with educational webquests for multiple intelligence and provides free counseling and the opportunity to perform community service by volunteering in diverse ways, including music and art as a systems science approach to education and lifelong healing goals.
The learning power of WebQuests. Educational Leadership, 61 (4), 42-48.
After first introduced in 1995 by Bernie Dodge and Tom March, webquests have inundated the K-12 classroom.
The Teach section provides standards-based curriculum units, lesson plans, DBQuests, and WebQuests, along with other tools and resources for planning on a wide range of topics including Foundations of Government, Branches of Government, The Constitution, Civil Rights, and others.
They consider the individual and socio-cultural perspectives of e-learning, including learners' collaborative knowledge construction, implications for the design and implementation of e-learning, learning characteristics, and evaluation; e-learning and increasing participation in higher education; the use of educational blogs and webquests in student research; the use of biotechnology virtual labs in India's rural and urban areas; the need for a multidimensional analysis of the success of e-learning programs; e-learning training courses on multicultural education in Greece; and network-based continuous educational opportunities.
Teachers can use the information to prepare lessons, eBooks, virtual field trips and webquests. Each link includes a short description.
The purpose of this study was to investigate how WebQuests can be used in physics classes for teaching specific concepts.
Since the emergence of WebQuests in 1995, their use in the secondary social studies classroom has greatly increased.