The Conclusion section of a WebQuest provides an opportunity to summarize the experience, to encourage reflection about the process, to extend and generalize what was learned, or some combination of these. It's not a critically important piece, but it rounds out the document and provides that reader with a sense of closure.
One good use for the conclusion section is to suggest questions that a teacher might use in a whole class discussion to debrief a lesson.
Notice how the conclusion rounds out the following WebQuests:
- Tuskegee Tragedy A WebQuest Exploring The Powerful and their Victims, a high school WebQuest written my Tom March
Last updated on April 22, 1997 by Bernie Dodge
Modified by Bill Byles and Susan Brooks on October, 22, 2000
with permission from Dr. Dodge.