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Friday, August 25 • 10:00am - 11:00am
“GoogleDoc Super Star, That Is What You Are:” Get #HyperDocED

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File cabinet curriculum collects dust. Hyperdocs grow and streamline instruction. Educators balance the responsibility of classroom management and providing students with skills that transfer to tasks and work beyond the classroom. Classroom management extends beyond students and now includes technology. This session will demonstrate how to create and use interactive agendas (through GoogleDocs) that connect learning through linked resources and online discussion. Participants will interact in a tutorial tour of how to use GoogleDoc table of contents, headers, and symbols/icons to create a stylized agenda and document templates.
Whether teachers are implementing a 1:1 program or a #BYOD-friendly classroom, learning to incorporate hyperdocs as an organization tool benefits teachers and students. Teachers can keep curriculum and instructional tools fresh and up-to-date while modeling organization and how to use technology for professional and academic purposes. It’s also an effective way to keep students, parents, and administrators informed about the learning happening in the classroom.

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Josh Flores

Josh Flores has no super powers and not nearly enough training, but has learned a lot in 3+ years as the Director of Secondary ELA for the Office of Curriculum and Instruction at the Oklahoma State Department of Education. Collaborating with educators across the state has left Jo... Read More →
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Lara Searcy

English Education Specialist, NSU
PhD Candidate (#TeamDrLara); EnglishEd Specialist (#NSUEngEd,#OKLAED,#ELAOK); #INTJ; mom, teacher, reader, writer, planner hiker, overthinker


Friday August 25, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Gaylord 1120 Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

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