It’s a document—likely, but not necessarily, a Google Doc—that has hyperlinks. Simple, right? But that simple definition doesn’t explain why there is so much buzz about them. Perhaps there’s more to it.
In this 29-minute episode, Jeremy Hyler, middle school teacher, member of the Chippewa River Writing Project, and Hyperdoc fan, explains why he finds the Hyperdoc a useful tool for online, remote, and hyper-flexible teaching.
- Hyperdocs (core website)
- Cult of Pedagogy Interview: How Hyperdocs Can Transform Your Teaching
- In Covid Teaching Limbo? Check Out Hyperdocs, Jeremy’s Middleweb article