Before you dive into the world of HyperDocs and Playlist, always start with your finding your instructional problem. What are your answers to these questions?
10 Principles of High Quality Blended Learning
If you are going to start with your first HyperDocs… it might as well be The HyperDocs of HyperDocs
Now..let’s take a look at some examples of Playlists/HyperDocs for student or adult learners!
|ESSL Choice Board||Main Idea and Detail||Addition|
|Volume||STEAM Project – Example of Improvements||Template|
Comparing two different formats with the same content in both – Think how does my student learn best?
Weather and Climate –
Website Resources I love to use:
HyperDoc Templates for Getting Started
How to Video Resources:
Make a HyperDoc Step-by-Step Tutorial
What is a HyperDoc? And How Do I Make One?
My Teachers Pay Teaching Resources for HyperDocs:
Blended Learning Mats & HyperDocs Template – Coming soon!
Reminders when making Playlists/HyperDocs
- Always check rights and permissions when using someone else form/document – when in doubt… “Make a Copy” or change your Share settings.
- If you make a document on your personal Google account and then your students can’t access the document – share a copy with yourself
- Sadly, Flash is going away by February. Try to stay away from it as much as possible. There are a lot of cool games out there!