HyperDocs Across Nevada
The HyperDoc movement began with Lisa Highfill, Kelly Hilton, and Sarah Landis. With their collaborative and innovative nature, HyperDocs has taken off like wildfire.
This year teachers across the state of Nevada have been joining in the HyperDoc movement by participating in the HyperDocs course and creating and sharing their own HyperDocs.
While participating in the course, teachers learn how to transform their teaching while empowering their students as learners by engaging in the use of the 4 C's, SAMR, and DOK. HyperDocs provide a digital delivery tool that replaces the worksheet method of delivery of instruction. HyperDocs are much more than just some links on a document. They improve collaboration and instruction between the teacher and the students and allow students to be creative and critical thinkers. In the course, teachers were able to engage in conversations and share strategies with other teachers for creating a blended classroom, including designing lessons that are engaging, interactive, multi-layered learning experiences for students, and packaging web tools and improving workflow.
You can click on the link to this Padlet to see the HyperDocs that are being shared across Nevada. Please continue to post and share HyperDocs that you create by adding them to this Padlet.
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