HyperDocs are amazing educational tools that are interactive, engaging, self-directed, and fun! Created by Kelly Hilton, Lisa Highfill, and Sarah Landis, HyperDocs place responsibility for learning in the hands of students while freeing up teachers to facilitate and enhance instruction.
I recently shared the wonder of HyperDocs at my district's annual learning summit. The post that follows includes many of the slides from my presentation and plenty of information to help you begin using HyperDocs in your classroom!
A HyperDoc is a digital document, such as Google Doc, where all components of a learning cycle have been pulled together into one central hub. (via The Cult of Pedagogy).
How Do HyperDocs Support Learning?
The Hyperdocs Website https://hyperdocs.co/about_hyperdocs