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Ideas from the Crowd - HyperDocs Webinar December 11, 2018 at 3:00 P.M.

CrowdED Learning's goal of aggregating high-quality free and open education resources is one thing, but what do instructors do once they have a wide range of resources all in one place? During this webinar, we will explore ideas for sequencing content and resources from multiple sources to develop thoughtfully crafted and engaging lesson plans and units, focusing on one promising model—hyperdocs. Learn how one Texas-based instructor and technology coach, Ashly Winkle, uses hyperdocs in her classroom to increase student engagement, provide flexibility and differentiation for students, and promote increased interaction and critical thinking within her classroom.
Dec 11, 2018 3:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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David J. Rosen's picture
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Hello Ashly and Jeff,

I am intrigued, and have signed up.

Please say more about who especially can benefit from this webinar. Teachers? Program managers? Curriculum developers? Others? For example, should this be a high priority for teachers who are interested in ways to develop standards-based lessons, units or curricula? Is this for teachers who are especially interested in Open Education Resources? Could this webinar be the beginning of an adult basic skills OER national  curriculum development initiative?  Who else might benefit, and for what other reasons might this be of interest to LINCS members?

David J. Rosen, Moderator

LINCS COP Integrating Technology and Program Management groups




Leecy's picture
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Like you, David, I am intrigued and have also signed up. I have a feeling that the answer to most of your questions would be, "Yes," and I can't wait to find out! :)