The other day I was searching for new innovative ways that teachers can engage students using digital tools and I stumbled upon The Hyperdoc Handbook. I was intrigued and had to buy it! You ask, what is a Hyperdoc? The Hyperdoc Girls, Lisa Highfill, Kelly Hilton, and Sarah Landis, (geniuses in my opinion) define a Hyperdoc as "a transformative, interactive Google Doc replacing the worksheet method of delivering instruction, is the ultimate change agent in the blended learning classroom". If you are looking to redefine learning and engage students in a meaningful way, you need to check this out! The book offers QR codes and links to several lesson plans and templates to help you get started with Hyperdocs. Hyperdocs are definitely one of my new faves! For more information go to http://hyperdocs.co/
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Secondary Technology Integration Coach for GFPS. Former high-school history and psychology teacher. Montana native, and avid user of ed-tech!