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Friday, March 3 • 10:00am - 12:30pm
Getting Googley with Hyperdocs

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As more and more schools move towards 1:1 and student centered classrooms, it is crucial for educators to embrace change and start to modify instructional practices to empower students to be future ready. With a device in their hands, students can take ownership of their learning and work individually and collaboratively as teachers facilitate an engaging classroom environment. Creating and utilizing a hyperdoc in class provides endless opportunities for critical thinking, curiosity, and creativity. A hyperdoc is a document created, using GAFE, that includes tasks and links to external resources in order to foster learning in the classroom. This session will provide an opportunity for participants to learn more about hyperdocs and how to utilize them effectively in the classroom for learning, thinking, and collaborating. In addition, participants will be given time to brainstorm and create a hyperdoc to use in the future.

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Steve Wick

Instructional Technology Coordinator & Science Teacher, Neuqua Valley High School
I am a Science Teacher and Technology Coordinator at Neuqua Valley High School In Naperville, IL. I have a Masters in Instructional Technology from National Louis University and a Masters in Educational Leadership from Benedictine University. I have taught Science and Social Studies at the middle school and high school level for more than 20 years. My focus as a learner is strongly influenced by the 4Cs, EdTech, GSuite for Education, and... Read More →
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Melissa Wilson

Instructional Technology Coordinator and English Teacher, Neuqua Valley High School
I am an English teacher and Instructional Technology Coordinator at Neuqua Valley High School. I am a Google Certified Educator and love all things GAFE. My goal as a classroom teacher and IT coordinator is to create and model a learner centered environment, fostered by collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking, and curiosity. With this, students can take ownership of their learning as they work to be future ready.


Friday March 3, 2017 10:00am - 12:30pm
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