Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Four Google cheat sheets - a great example of Hyperdocs in action

Submitted by Fiona Beal
For some time now I have been interested in getting to grips with creating 'Hyperdocs'. HyperDoc is a term used to describe a Google Doc that contains an innovative lesson for students - a 21st Century worksheet and more. The name was penned by Lisa Highfill and Sarah Landis. It's all about hyperlinking your docs for amazing learning experiences! With one shortened link, students can access a lesson that contains instructions, links, tasks, and more.

So when I came across @cogswell_ben's superb Google Cheat Sheets I realised that these are excellent examples of Hyperdocs. Ben has kindly given these a Creative Commons license so that they can be reused. One can't embed them but if you click on the images below you'll be taken to the originals.

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This concept is so useful for creating documents for students to use in the classroom.  It is definitely worth pursuing the topic of Hyperdocs! Visit Ben's blog https://goo.gl/OqQh1M 

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