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Engage and Motivate Students with Hyperdocs Created in Google Docs

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Would you like an easy, creative way to engage and motivate your students? Join Deb Norton as she shows how you can create 21st century lessons that incorporate interactive Hyperdocs using Google Docs. Hyperdoc lessons contain links, tasks, media, and exploration that help inspire and motivate students. Deb will show how to create top-notch Hyperdocs that incorporate visually stimulating content, opportunities for applying knowledge, choice of learning activities, and innovative response opportunities.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Saturday, March 17, 2018 @ 1:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Google Intermediate
Tags: engagement, Google, Google Docs, hyperdocs, interactive, links

Reviews (45)

Full Member
Good information!
Basic Member
Great information! Thanks
Basic Member
Very informative. Thank you.
Nice work
Basic Member
Loved it! Great tips to use with Hyperdocs! Only thing I would add, is when students submit work that is individual and not a collaborative piece, it must be manually attached before turning in within Google Classroom. Well done! Thank you.
Basic Member
This was one of the best ones that I have watched so far. Well worth the time.
Basic Member
I loved this webinar, I learned a lot of tips that I can use effectively in my classroom.
Full Member
Incredibly useful webinar! Deb Norton is not only a delightful presenter, she really knows this topic from top to bottom. In addition, she has shared her presentation slide deck with many examples and links through the bunnypad and through a URL shown on one of her presentation slides. This is one of the best webinars I have viewed on SK12 recently!!
Basic Member
I'm excited to start hyperdoc-ing!
Basic Member
I thought there were lots of good ideas and great information. Very interesting!
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