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Tuesday, December 4 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Hyped Up on Hyperdocs! (and Other Tools for Collaboration)

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In this session, participants will experience, first-hand, an instructor-created hyperdoc, a teaching strategy that provides students with a completely "packaged" learning experience that allow teachers to move from a "sage on the stage" to a facilitator role, meeting the diverse needs of their students while helping them obtain digital citizenship skills.  By taking advantage of the many collaborative features available through the G-Suite as well as other Web 2.0 resources, hyperdocs are also ideal for encouraging collaboration, creativity, critical thinking, and communication.

This session will show the basic format of a hyperdoc while spotlighting useful web tools (including, but not limited, to Flipgrid, Peardeck, Keep, Edpuzzle, add-ons, booksnaps, choice boards, meme generators) and sharing examples from many content areas. This session will encourage teachers to take the first step in “flipping” their classroom, give them ideas of how to collaborate with other professionals on hyperdoc lessons, and provide them with resources to support hyperdoc creation.

Participants will leave this session with:
-Understanding of hyperdocs as a teaching tool
-Experience with using a hyperdoc from the student perspective
-Knowledge of Chrome extensions, Google add-ons, and Web 2.0 resources that are effective in the hyperdoc environment
-Understanding of how hyperdocs can aid in differentiating instruction and easing classroom management
-Proficiency navigating existing hyperdoc libraries and template galleries

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Speakers
avatar for Brooksie Kramer

Brooksie Kramer

Librarian, Brookville High School
Passionate about student-centered learning, independent reading, makerspace, and all things library.
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Amy Wolk

English Teacher, Brookville High School


Tuesday December 4, 2018 10:00am - 11:00am
3C

Attendees (153)