Presentation on theme: "WebQuest: WebElements.com. Objectives: Students will use WebElements to find specific information about the elements. Students will develop 21st century."— Presentation transcript:
Objectives: Students will use WebElements to find specific information about the elements. Students will develop 21st century research skills. Students will develop 21st century computer skills. Students will make simple graphs.
Activities: Guided tour of WebElements.com WebElements WebQuest Electronic submission of assignment via WebCT
Assessment: Currently, saved to a non-secured network folder. Students will be graded upon the electronic submission of the WebQuest.
Guided tour of WebElements.com
10 Questions 1.How will you get the content in to your Tablet so you can use the power of digital ink and other Tablet tools? Simple, bring up the document in MSWord. Print to Journal for inking. 2.How will the students receive their portion of the assignment? Students will receive the file from WebCT. 3.What will the students be doing during the lesson presentation? (Student Engagement) Using Syncron- eyes, I will do the Guided Tour on their laptops. 4.How will the student portion be submitted to you for evaluation? Once again, WebCT will be utilized.
5.How will you use the TabletPC to evaluate the student work? The information will be graded electronically in WebCT. Their original documents will be uploaded with comments. 6.What will be the strategy to return completed assignment to your student? Yet again, WebCT is the preferred method for this assignment. 7.Will there time when the lids will be down on the student computers? No, there should be very little Lid Down time for the students. 8.Describe what challenges you see you may have in managing your classroom and what your thoughts would be for handling those. Syncron-eyes alleviates many of my management concerns. Not only can I message individual students, I can observe the classs electronic behavior on a whole. 9.How repeatable is this lesson strategy for lessons you will be teaching? I already have several other WebQuests, and plan to design more. As students skills with digital research improve, I expect more of the questions to be at higher Blooms.