By: Sheri German on Tuesday, September 7, 2004
The World Wide Web has been an important part of our lives for a decade or more. Many things about the Internet have changed dramatically during this time, but one thing hasn't. Parents and teachers want children to participate in all the Web has to offer, but they don't want to expose them to danger in the process. Back in 1995, Bernie Dodge and Tom March of San Diego State University thought of a way to accomplish the seemingly contradictory goals of safety and access. They created the WebQuest.
The WebQuest Series:
Part 1: WebQuests for Teachers
Part 2: WebQuests for Teachers - Reconstructing
Part 3: WebQuests for Teachers - Creating an Original WebQuest