Aug 5, 2020

Hyperdocs - the time is right for producing these items for your students


At this time of this recording, we are planning to get "back to school".  Now, the confusing part is we don't really know what that means right now.  Some classwork may take place in brick and mortar buildings, but some will clearly be online.  This tutorial shows you a unique concept for creating interactive, student-driven, self-paced lessons that can be reused, shared, and modified very easily.  They could help you with your lesson planning moving forward.

The concept is called hyperdocs.  Now, we all know what a hyperlink is, the concept of a hyperdocs is a document (Google Slides, Google Docs are commonly used) that contains hyperlinks to lost of different multimodal media for student access.  You just work your way through each page or slide of the hyperdoc and perform the linked activities and actions.

Though we may look at this as a concept only an instructor could use, think about having your students do this as an option to just writing a paper.  Have them "teach" a lesson by creating the content!

Instructional Strategy: Lecture, Digital Storytelling, Reflection

Blooms Levels= 1-2 without activity (knowledge, comprehension) 3-4 with activity (application, analysis) 

-Push content 
-Introduce topic/content, followed by a discussion to support the concepts covered in the lecture 
- Replace Lecture 
-Can build in other third-party apps you may already be using (i.e. Quizlet, Kahoot!, Padlet, FlipGrid, etc.)
-Incorporating an activity can help to enforce learning as the attention span of students may be limited 
-Provides the instructor the opportunity to apply the concepts from the book and course to real-world experiences

No comments:

Post a Comment