HyperDocs have been all the rage for the last couple years. My favorite G Suite tool for hyperDoc creation has always been Google Drawings. I create text boxes with opportunities for students to activate prior knowledge, engage, create, reflect, self-assess, and extend their learning within the margins or "gutter" outside of the canvas. However, there … Continue reading Add Student Checklists to “HyperDrawings” Using Newly Integrated Google Keep
This month, I have been eager to introduce Google My Maps to students and teachers. As I started planning my lessons, I decided Google Slides would easily allow me to include directions, video tutorials, games, and formative assessments within the "HyperSlide" activity. Then, upon completion of the activity, we could begin creating our own My Maps. The … Continue reading Google My Maps: HyperSlide Activity for Students
Over the last few months, Twitter has been erupting with posts from educators that are excited about HyperDocs. However, as I started coaching my teachers in best practices for creating and using HyperDocs, I discovered that Google Drawings seems to be my preferred G Suite app to use for math instruction. There are so many possibilities when … Continue reading HyperDrawings: Creating AMAZING Flipped and Blended Learning Activities for Math Class.
What is a HyperDoc? HyperDocs have been all the rage over the last year. Educators have discovered that there are more ways to use Google Docs than just using the fabulous collaborative tools such as the Comments and Suggestions tools. HyperDocs help teachers transform their learning into blended learning environments. They are engaging, collaborative and inquiry-based. … Continue reading HyperDocs 101: Transforming Your Google Docs