The HyperDoc Handbook
Lisa is an Instructional Technology Coach in the San Francisco Area who has taught for over 20 years and earned a masters in Educational Technology Leadership. As a Google Certified Innovator, YouTube Star Teacher, and co-author of The HyperDoc Handbook, she travels the country presenting at edtech conferences and speaking about lesson design.
Kelly is an Instructional Coach in the San Francisco Bay Area with 15 years of classroom experience. She earned a Masters in Educational Leadership and is proud to be a co-author of The HyperDoc Handbook. Kelly is dedicated to student-centered instructional design and classrooms that support optimal learning environments.
Sarah is an Instructional Coach in the San Francisco Bay Area with 15 years of experience in education. She has a Masters in Curriculum from Columbia University, and is co-author of The HyperDoc Handbook. Sarah is passionate about lesson design, digital storytelling, and creating blended learning environments!
HyperDocs are innovative digital lessons capable of shifting the student learning experience. With HyperDocs, teachers maximize facetime with students, better utilize devices, meet standards, and personalize instruction for any and all students. During this full day session, teachers learn how to leverage Google Apps and effectively use various web tools to become designers of instruction in their blended learning classroom. This workshop session is interactive and hands-on -- participants will create digital lessons to use right away!
During this 6 hour session teachers will:
- Experience how engaging HyperDocs are as a student
- Explore the pedagogy behind digital lesson design
- Copy and customize sample HyperDocs to use in your own classroom immediately
- Collaborate with educator colleagues to create your own HyperDoc(s)
- Reflect and revise digital lessons using a checklist to “hack” your own HyperDocs
- Join the Teachers Give Teachers collaborative marketplace community to share/use lesson plans #Give1Take1
Participants will walk away feeling inspired, with a whole new outlook and competence for teaching with technology. Not only will teachers create their own HyperDocs, but they will have access to the many tools and resources to continue their progress as instructional designers.