Paige Moretz
Thu Jul 11, 2013 09:32


I understand now what you're talking about. I just hadn't heard those terms before. I think any of the social bookmarking sites would be good for either of those tasks.

I've seen teachers compile lists of websites students could use for research projects, so I'm assuming you could do the same for your webquests.

One alternative you could do on the webquest idea is have students Scoop websites that answer your questions using their own ScoopIt site.

I also think that a collection of writing resources using a social bookmarking site would be great!

  • Re: working on it - Robyn Pickering, Wed Jul 10 23:25
    Paige, When I introduce a book in my class or a new theme unit, I often have students to a webquest to search for information. It's sort of like research through an internet scavenger hunt. I create... more
    • Oh! - Paige Moretz, Thu Jul 11 09:32
      • Students scooping - Robyn Pickering, Thu Jul 11 19:39
        Paige, you brought up an idea I've been contemplating since I started looking at scoop it. I think it would be a great tool for students to compile research together. This way they wold be able to... more
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