Tom Turner just posted about Trackstar, a very simple way for teachers (and students) to create online scavenger hunts.
This web application, I think, would work especially well with English Language Learners.
Tom’s post described it very well, so instead of “reinventing the wheel” I’m just going to suggest you read his post about it.
Even though these hunts aren’t full-fledged Webquests, I placed the link under Webquests on my Teacher’s Page because I couldn’t think of anyplace else to put it.
Thanks Larry for the post 🙂 Gawsh I love this blogging thing!
I’m gonna have to come back and find out more about Trackstart….it sounds great, but I did want to take this opportunity to let you know that I think you sites are great and I can’t wait to share them. Thanks!
Thanks for the kind words. I hope that readers of this blog will also take time to check-out your great blog, History Is Elementary (http://historyiselementary.blogspot.com/). I’ve been a subscriber, and it has excellent resources that can be used and/or adapted for English Language Learners of all ages.