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Saturday, January 28 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Hyperdocs: Digital Lesson Design for Elementary Classrooms

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So what's all the Hype about Hyperdocs? goo.gl/KPLWSZ

HyperDocs are innovative digital lessons designed to shift your classroom into a student centered learning environment! With Hyperdoc lessons, students can access instructions, links, tasks, and a variety of activities designed to get kids engaged! Hyperdocs embody the principals of blended learnring and create opportunities for choice, differentiation, exploration, and application of knowledge.

In this session, we’ll explore several examples of Hyperdocs created with both Google Docs and Google Slides for learners of all ages. Then, we’ll start building! 

We’ll review some tips and tricks for creating engaging Hyperdocs, as well as ideas on packaging visually appealing content. Every participant will leave with a Hyperdoc lesson to share with students immediately!

Learning Outcomes - Participants will be able to: 
- Define a Hyperdoc.
- Understand the role of Hyperdocs in blended learning.
- Identify and describe multiple formats Hyperdocs might take.
- Explore a gallery of shared Hyperdocs from the Teachers Give Teachers community.
- Locate resources for creating Hyperdocs of their own.
- Use a template from the Hyperdocs website to create a Hyperdoc.

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Susan Stewart

Instructional Technology Coach, Fowler Unified School District
K-2 Can, Too! is the motto of this lead learner. Fourteen years in primary classrooms helped develop a passion for finding ways to get technology into the hands of even the littlest of learners, for the purpose of fostering creativity and enhancing education right from the start. | Throughout her career, Susan has served as a site-level and district technology lead, and was recently named to the position of PK-12 Instructional Technology... Read More →

Saturday January 28, 2017 11:00am - 12:00pm
Room 1005

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