ISSN 2409-7616

Y. Davydova, T. Platova, O. Kokoylina, N. Denisenkova,


Yuliya A. Davydova – candidate of historical Sciences, associate Professor of political science and sociology Russian economic University by G. V. Plekhanov (Russia, Moscow), RINSC-SPIN-code: 2967-8794, E-mail:

Tatyana V. Platova – candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor at the Department of Humanities and Foreign LanguagesRussian University of Cooperation (Russia, Moscow), RINSC-SPIN-code: 3058-4763, E-mail:

Olga P. Kokoylina – candidate of pedagogical Sciences, associate Professor of physical culture and sports Russian economic University by G. V. Plekhanov (Russia, Moscow), RINSC-SPIN-code: 1925-9778,E-mail:

Natalia N. Denisenkova – candidate of political science, associate Professor of political science and sociologyRussian University of Economics. G. V. Plekhanov (Russia, Moscow), RINSC -SPIN-code: 9728-8215, E-mail:

Abstract. The historical path of development and the development of this method by Professor Bernie Dodge are traced. The substantive basis of the article is a detailed analysis of the structure and types of web quests. The authors of this article conducted their own experimental web quest, which demonstrated visually the principle of its operation and its implementation by students. The conclusion is made about the effectiveness of web quests as modern methods of education (verification of theoretically and practically mastered knowledge of the studied disciplines, as well as the maximum disclosure of the creative potential of students). The detailed analysis carried out in the article clearly reveals the properties and characteristics of web quests as a universal method in distance education, which is suitable for all studied subjects.

Keywords: case study, web quests, stages of the web quest, information technology, distance learning.



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