- Paperback: 126 pages
- Publisher: EdTechTeam (June 4, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1945167009
- ISBN-13: 978-1945167003
- Product Dimensions: 8 x 0.3 x 10 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 115 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,470 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"The HyperDoc Handbook is an indispensable guide for any educator interested in effectively embracing and integrating HyperDocs into the learning process. Read this book. It's compelling, accessible and filled with tips and insights."
Executive Director, Edutopia
“We all want our students to be creative and collaborative problem solvers who have a passion for inquiry and lifelong learning! HyperDocs is a way to help students build these skills and in this book, the authors have laid out an easy to follow implementation strategy and how to guide to make the use of HyperDocs pain free and easy!”
Jaime Casap, Google Education Evangelist
"When I first saw the HyperDocs concept, I knew it was a game-changer. Teachers are looking for strategies to harness the potential of digital technologies, but through powerful pedagogy and practice. The HyperDoc Handbook gives educators a how-to guide to create authentic learning experiences - utilizing Google Apps - that allows them to shift their role from knowledge-disseminator to facilitator and guide. This allows teachers to personalize learning for students, while giving students the reigns to drive their own learning...while integrating technology in a meaningful way."
Kelly Mendoza, Director of Professional Development, Common Sense Education
“The HyperDoc Handbook provides a sensible and pedagogically-sound way to use Google Apps and online tools to create engaging lessons and units. The models and ideas presented can help you boost creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking in your classroom, while allowing students access to all the resources they need at the same time! It’s a win-win model!”
Kathy Schrock, Educational Technologist, http://kathyschrock.net
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I labeled a few things I thought would have a significant improvement on my instruction, and will start creating those HyperDocs for the next school year. I showed a few colleagues who also value google apps as a means to enhance instruction and they all asked if they could borrow the book. Immediately they commented on how much they loved the layout/format of the writing and tools. I had to say no because it is not a book that goes on a shelf when you finish reading it. Between the resources in this book, and Alice Keeler's book, I think the way myself and co-teacher implement google apps into our instruction will be more engaging for the students, and lead to higher student success in our class. Myself and Co-Teacher thank the authors for a well put together book.
(One personal note: I generally purchase my books in the Kindle format, however, for this one I would recommend buying the physical copy)
I was not paid or compensated to write this review. Another teacher told me about the book at a training and I bought it while I was sitting there. So glad I did.
You will be provided with a myriad of resources along the way, most notably the Teachers Give Teachers site, which allows you to search for freely given HyperDoc lessons, customizable for your own classroom or Professional Learning Community. This site is truly an amazing collection of high quality learning resources.
This book so inspired me that I signed up for the HyperDoc Bootcamp, taught by the authors. I highly recommend this course after reading this book because I was able to learn much more about HyperDocs and Google apps and extensions, like Read&Write, as part of a community of vibrant and generous educators.
I highly recommend this book if you are looking to embark on a journey of learning that will positively impact all your future students and keep you organized in this age of information overload.
In short, this is a valuable resource for any educator seeking a practical, doable approach to providing evolving and engaging learning opportunities, or for either the advanced practitioner or an instructional technology leader looking for a unifying resource to share with others. The scope and adaptability of the gems offered in this work is a strong step in the right direction toward any educator's evolving professional practice.