EdTech PD, EdTech Webinars, Google Docs, Google Forms, HyperDocs, PD, Technology, Webinars

HyperDocs & Weekly Plans Webinar

HyperDocs are an amazing way to support student learning during the distance learning adventure! In this webinar, Melissa King and Marilyn McAlister share some great tips and tricks for getting started, as well as some weekly plan templates for distance learning. In this webinar, the following topics are covered: HyperDocs website and templates Creating a… Read More HyperDocs & Weekly Plans Webinar

HyperDocs

HyperDocs Template

HyperDocs have become one of my favorite tools for creating lessons that promote the 4 C’s. If you are unfamiliar with HyperDocs, I highly encourage you to visit the HyperDoc website for their AMAZING resources. In a nutshell, HyperDocs are “a transformative, interactive Google Doc replacing the worksheet method of delivering instruction and is the… Read More HyperDocs Template

Adventures in Innovation, HyperDocs, Technology

Evaluating HyperDocs with BoostEDU

Last month, I had the great pleasure to work with the HyperDoc team and Lisa Guardino on how to use BoostEDU to evaluate HyperDocs.  I cannot express how nerdy excited I was to see the BoostEDU self-assessment in action! In this video, Lisa Guardino, an advanced HyperDoc designer, completes the In-Depth SAMR self-assessment on a HyperDoc that… Read More Evaluating HyperDocs with BoostEDU

Google Slides, GSuite, HyperDocs, Technology

Choose Your Own Adventure: A Javascript HyperDoc

As I’ve mentioned before, I cannot say enough good things about the Mouse Create program in which our Spartan Tech Squad students are participating this year.  One of their favorite parts of the program is participating in the monthly Microprojects where they are given a project to complete and submit this project to compete on… Read More Choose Your Own Adventure: A Javascript HyperDoc

Google Slides, GSuite, HyperDocs, Instructional, Technology

Creative Commons HyperDoc

Over last month, our Spartan Tech Squad students have been going through a “Web Literacy” course on Mouse Create.  The focus of this course is teaching students to “think critically, participate safely, and demonstrate good citizenship online.”  It’s a great series of lessons for students because digital citizenship is so important as our schools are… Read More Creative Commons HyperDoc