5 Reasons to Love Hyperdocs and Digital Lesson Design


More than just an online worksheet, Hyperdocs allow teachers to intentionally design powerful lessons reflecting UDL principles in a sequence of personalized tasks. Hyperdoc digital lesson design allow teachers the opportunity to develop, design, curate and create content and assessment that is authentic to your classroom and audience. From Hyperdoc Handbook co-author Lisa Highfill: Be My Valentine Text Set.

Schools Need to Include More Visual-Based Learning

User Generated Education

Created by students for teachers, the following video shows students frustrated with the lack of visual learning in the classroom: This post is a call to action to increase visual-based learning in the classroom through: Using visuals, images, video, and other visual media to teach and demonstrate concepts. Because of all of the multimedia available to teachers, there has been an increased use of visual presentation of content in the classroom.

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A HyperDoc Is Not A WebQuest!


Whether it be ‘on tech’ or ‘off-tech’ these blended learning lessons can be designed to meet the needs of each classroom. Whether you are trying to reach a language learner or student with Special Ed needs, want to integrate ISTE standards, increase the level of critical thinking, or design a lesson based on the UDL framework, HyperDocs help educators accomplish this! They are one way, among many proven methods, to shift learning in the classroom. The HyperDoc Handbook.

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