HyperDoc is a term used to describe a Google Doc that contains an innovative lesson for students- a 21st Century worksheet, but much better. The name is one that Sarah Landis, Kelly Hilton, and I made up- it's about hyperlinking your docs for amazing learning experiences!
With one shortened link, students can access a lesson that contains instructions, links, tasks, and many clever ways to get kids thinking. Focusing on creating opportunities for choice, exploration, and ways for kids to apply their knowledge is key to creating a truly innovative HyperDoc.
Multimedia Text Sets
A multimedia text set is a collection of lessons, various texts, and resources based around a topic or theme. It can be an amazing tool to build background knowledge, shift pedagogy to exploration of content rather than lecture, or even a tool to flip lessons. HyperDoc lessons can be a part of a Multimedia Text set- one of the options to choose from in a table.
Resources to make your own:
Multimedia Text Set Samples:
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More HyperDoc Samples to Explore:
Created by Heather Marshall
Created by Matt Mcfarlane
Created by Rocky Logue
More Slide Books:
Are you on Twitter? Visit @TsGiveTs to find Hyperdoc lessons and Multimedia Text Sets that teachers are sharing. Post one yourself using the hastag or the twitter handle.
Sample Multimedia Text Sets & HyperDocs:
New Hour of Code for 2015
Weekly Lab Lessons:
Create Lit Circles for ALL books on one HyperDoc!
Copy and delete sample content on this sample:
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'Show What You Know' HyperDocs
Math Hyperdoc using Screencasting bingo
Collaborative Projects for the whole district: