Revisiting WebQuests in a Web 2 World. Thomas March


Hoy traemos un artículo de Interactive Educational Multimedia, IEM, 2007, 15 titulado:
“Revisiting WebQuests in a Web 2 World. How developments in technology and pedagogy combine to scaffold personal learning.”

Thomas March

Abstract

The WebQuest was launched in 1995 to scaffold advanced cognition by integrating the “ill-structured” nature of the World Wide Web with a process that guides novices through decisions and experiences that characterize experts’ behaviors. Recently, the Web has morphed into Web 2.0 with its social networking sites, blogs, wikis and podcasts. Given this richness, revisiting WebQuests is in order. This paper reviews the critical attributes of true WebQuests and reviews recent research in thinking routines and intrinsic motivation to recommend new paths for WebQuests that could scaffold student use of Web 2.0 environments, enabling a shift toward authentic personal learning.

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Fuente: [universidad de Barcelona]

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