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Check out Zunal web quests. It used to be free, but Iím not sure if it still is. You can search for an existing web quest, make a copy and then tweak it to fit your needs.

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tch ms 05-03-2020 07:11 AM

Check out Zunal web quests. It used to be free, but Iím not sure if it still is. You can search for an existing web quest, make a copy and then tweak it to fit your needs.

vttraveler 02-24-2013 07:57 AM

Not sure about your last question. I put then in the share folder on my school's server and the students access them through that.

chrischem 02-24-2013 04:36 AM

thanks! I'm going to look up Bernie Dodge and try to find Wiki on the web as well. I'm not sure how I can use Keynote/PowerPoint - can I upload these into a website?

vttraveler 02-23-2013 07:20 PM

I make mine using Keynote/PowerPoint. Look up Bernie Dodge at San Diego State. He is the inventor of WebQuest.

If you want something that students can respond to, maybe you want a Wiki instead. I've used Wetpaint.

chrischem 02-23-2013 06:32 PM

Anyone know where I can find a free or at least inexpensive website for developing my own webquest for science? I'm trying to write a webquest for quantum mechanics.

thanks!!




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