HyperDocs for Inclusivity
A while back we had a PD afternoon themed around inclusivity. For me, this was the perfect opportunity to introduce HyperDocs to my colleagues. HyperDocs are interactive worksheets - they are a little different to printable worksheets, because they have links to a digital resources, and students also answer digitally, (which can mean they contribute to collaborative work). I think they are a great way to flip the classroom or for blended learning - students can work at their own pace and the teacher can assist those who need extra help.
My top tips for HyperDocs:
Here are two of my HyperDocs:
Finally saw some resources to get you started with creating your HyperDocs:
13/7/2018 07:24:08 pm
Thank you! I'm learning about and researching info on Hyperdocs right now and your site popped up. Your suggestion about using The Day is great! The very first article I saw on their home page was about Romeo and Juliet, which I teach! Sold! I'm adding this to my list of sites. I love how it is set up with a question to discuss after the short reading, along with extension activities to explore. Thank you...this has been very helpful, and I appreciate it! :-)
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