Over the next few weeks, I will be participating in a HyperDocs Bootcamp online course delivered by the EdTechTeam and learning all about a transformative digital tool that will take student learning to a whole new level. The HyperDoc Handbook: Digital Lesson Design Using Google Apps, which is currently on sale for half price, was written by Lisa Highfill, Kelly Hilton and Sarah Landis and aims to shift our teaching practice as well as the student learning experience by replacing the worksheet method of delivering instruction. The course is a study of the book taught by the authors themselves via Google Groups and Google Hangouts and will give participants an opportunity to transform their lessons into an interactive and engaging HyperDoc experience that will allow for greater creativity and collaboration.
Our first assignment was to find a creative way to define HyperDoc and we were given free reign to select an edtech tool of our choosing. I opted to draw a sketch note in the style of the uber talented Sylvia Duckworth using the Tayasuii Sketches II app on my iPad. Le voilà!