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Chromebook Challenge #hyperdoc

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Inspiration
Inspiration #1
Over the summer, I was introduced to a new term/concept known as a #hyperdoc. You might say well isn't a hyperdoc just a Google Document that has hyperdocs in it? Well, the answer is no. A hyperdoc is a document that has links to other artifacts, videos, articles, games, reviews, etc. Through these links students learn about a concept as well as share their own learning and thoughts with others. To learn more about #hyperdocs, and the work that Lisa Highfill, Kelly Hilton, and Sarah Landis have done, click HERE. I decided to make an attempt with creating a Chromebook challenge hyperdoc (even though it leans more on the side of students mostly learning information and not sharing as much information).

Inspiration #2
I was inspired to produce a Chromebook challenge after hearing about how Lee's Summit R-7 School District created a Chromebook challenge for their students. Their great resource can be found on their technology website HERE. What I like about…

Guardian Resource for Google Classroom Email Summaries

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Some teachers at our high school have decided to turn on the Guardian Email Summaries component to Google Classroom. This resource was created to help further explain what Guardian Email Summaries are all about for parents/guardians to reference (if need be). This video is linked on the teacher website letting guardians know that they turned on this feature.