Helping Educators Work the Web

Helping Educators Work the Web Tom March was an early pioneer of the WebQuest as one strategy for effectively integrating the Web into classroom instruction. This site gathers Tom's work in creating and teaching WebQuests. Take a look at the "Articles & Writings" menu to stay up on the latest thinking
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Helping Educators Work the Web


Tom March was an early pioneer of the WebQuest as one strategy for effectively integrating the Web into classroom instruction. This site gathers Tom's work in creating and teaching WebQuests. Take a look at the "Articles & Writings" menu to stay up on the latest thinking about WebQuests and the "WebQuests & more" menu for great examples.

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