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WEBQUEST. PROJECT WORK BASED ON  THE INTERNET. The role of creativity in the information  socjety .

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Webquest

WEBQUEST

PROJECT WORKBASEDON THE INTERNET


The role of creativity in the information socjety
The role of creativity in the information socjety .

At the foundations of information society there are computers and telecommunication.Someroutine  activities will be performed by a computer, but a man will  programme it. Your place in the society  will  depended on how creative you will be .


The needs of modern education
The needs of modern education

  • Critical assessment, selection, ordering and transforming information into knowledgeand the ability to present

  • Building the intellectual models of reality that make the information useful,

  • Supplyingthe students with knowledge and an adequate system of values​​,

  • Preparing students to transform  information into knowledge and inconsequenceintowisdom,


Method webquest
MethodWebQuest

  • The method of teaching based on constructivist theory, which is building its ownknowledge through experience,

  • It usesinan innovative way theInternet resources. Contains elements of  team learning,

  • The method is directedat the search, throughwhich most  information is acquired  frominteractive online resources,

  • It canoptionally be supplemented withteleconferences and handouts.


Why webquest
WhyWebquest?

  • WQ directs the work at research,

  • WQ supports the topic with additional information, raising awareness of students,

  • WQ allows students to work in their own pace,

  • WQ develops creative thinking,

  • WQ stimulates the activity and co-operation,

  • WQ is the visual form of learning,

  • WQ as the problem method is more efficient than traditional methods 


Where to use WebQuest?

  • Teamwork in the classroom,

  • Distance learning

  • Designing online courses,

  • Self-study,

  • The system of informal education

  • Teaching for life (lifelong learning).


The principles of building webquest
Theprinciples of buildingWebQuest

  • Identify the topic in software-related resources available online.

  • Search and browse the Internet.

  • Organize, categorize and group the gainedknowledge, materials and  information in the form:

  • on-lineresource

  • off-line resources

  • human resources.

    4. Develop an outline of WebQuest.


Features of webquest
FEATURES OF WEBQUEST

Scope of thematic :

  • Corresponding to one field of science / subject,

  • Interdisciplinary.

  • Time task:

    • Short-term (1-3 lessons)

    • Long term (2 weeks to 2 months).


The process of creating a webquest
The process of creating a WebQuest

1.Identify theme  related to the  Internet resources 

2. Sorting, categorizing and grouping accumulated knowledge, materials andresources in the form of:

  • websites and databases (online resources)

  •  textbook materials and projects (off-line resources)

  • human resources (on-line experts and local experts.)

    3. Develop an outline.


Structure webquest

WebQuest

Introduction

Task

Process

Sources

Evaluation

Conclusion

Teacher's Guide

StructureWebQuest


Introduction

WebQuest

Introduction

Task

Process

Sources

Evaluation

Conclusion

Teacher's Guide

Introduction

  • It presents a major problem,

  • It provides the necessary contextual information on background and conditions of the problem in such a way, to engage learners in different ways of thinking.


WebQuest

Introduction

Task

Process

Sources

Evaluation

Conclusion

Teacher's Guide

Task

  • Describes the expectations of teaching, it should be interesting and feasible.

  • It may take such following forms:

    • multimedia presentations (eg PowerPoint)

    • class presentation (eg, staging, speech)

    • written report


Process procedure

WebQuest

Introduction

Task

Process

Sources

Evaluation

Conclusion

Teacher's Guide

Process - procedure

The process sets out in clear steps that will enable learners to accomplish tasks in accordance with the laid out path.

Process - procedure

  • Divides the main task intoo part  tasks ,

  • Describes roles to play 

  • WebQuests may include additional guides in the form :

    • Auxiliary guides with questions and directions,

    • Mentalmaps

    • Roadmaps,


Sources resources

WebQuest

Introduction

Task

Process

Sources

Evaluation

Conclusion

Teacher's Guide

Sources, resources

WebQuests should contain a list of sources of information which allows learners  to do the task. They can take the form:

  • Websites and online databases (online resources)

  • Caches, documents and librarycollections  (resources offline)

  • Human resources (experts online and local experts.)


Evaluation

WebQuest

Introduction

Task

Process

Sources

Evaluation

Conclusion

Teacher's Guide

Evaluation

  • Itcanmeasuretheinvolvement and achievements of learners,

  • Estimates the products of students and pupilsimplementing main tasks

  • Finalassessment.


Presentations of projects webquest
Presentations of projectsWebQuest

Oral

Multimedia

Written

Plastic

Cooperation

Design

Assembly


Oral presentation
Oralpresentation

Organization of speech

Grammar and pronunciation,

Non-verbal communication


Criteria evaluation of multimedia presentation
Criteria evaluation of multimedia presentation

Technical aspects,

Aesthetic impression

Style,

Transparency of presentation


Evaluation criteria of written work
Evaluationcriteria of writtenwork

Professional level

Composition,

Text format.


Art work evaluation criteria
Art workevaluationcriteria

Technique

Innovation, originality,

Colors

Aesthetic impression.


Cooperation evaluation criteria
Cooperation– evaluationcriteria

Mutual aid

Responsible action

Way of solving conflicts.


Design evaluation criteria
Design – evaluationcriteria

Creativity

Application (practical)

Justification of the choice of the solution.


School meeting evaluation criteria
Schoolmeeting– evaluationcriteria

The quality of arguments,

Audience reactions ,

Organization of the discussion.


Conclusion
Conclusion

  • Closesexploration

  • Reminds students what they have learned

  • Encourages toextend such experiments to other areas of knowledge,

  • It contains reflections on the process,

  • Indicates suggestions for classroom discussion.


Thank you very much i invite you to discuss

Thank you very much, I inviteyou to discuss

Andrzej Pilis


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