Coaching Question: Do you have any fun and engaging resources for St. Patrick’s Day?
It seems like #hyperdocs are all the rage these days! Here is a fun and engaging resource to use with students in Grades 3-12. Disclaimer: You do need a subscription to BrainPOP to use this hyperdoc unless you change the video. Students will be watching the video and reading about St. Patrick’s Day in the FYI section below.
What is a Hyperdoc?
Hyperdoc is a term used to describe an interactive Google Doc. By sharing a hyperdoc, students can experience resources such as links to websites, videos and tutorials. Usually, teachers include a task for students to create a presentation or organize a response to demonstrate their understanding. Hyperdocs are often self-paced and can be differentiated for all learners. Students could also collaborate and work on the hyperdoc together!
My hyperdoc includes activities to:
- Activate prior knowledge
Access the St. Patrick’s Day Hyperdoc
Click here to “Make a Copy” and put your own spin on this St. Patrick’s Day hyperdoc.
You can find some more templates at http://hyperdocs.co/templates.
Distributing to Your Students
There are many different ways to distribute this hyperdoc to your students.
My recommendations are:
- Google Classroom: Make a copy for each student.
- Seesaw: Push the copy out to all students. Make sure you set permissions as View-Only so they make a copy to publish on Seesaw when finished
- Click SHARE in Google Docs: and type in student emails
- Create a QR Code: Set as View-Only so students can Make a Copy to email you.
Do you have any hyperdocs you’d like to share? If so, post a link in the comments below.