I did a presentation on how to achieve learner autonomy through HyperDocs yesterday at the BBELT 2018 Conference and I promised participants to share the resources since most of the templates and folders I had to share were on posters and QR codes, since some participants don’t have a QR reader app on their phone, or because due to the rush in the conference, they have to go to another session and can’t linger on to scan the codes, I decided to create this very brief post to share those resources. I will add in the content of the presentation, which I also want to share in another post, but for now, here just go the resources!
Don’t forget to follow me on Twitter @crbuitrago and also the authors of the book, Sarah Landis, Kelly Hilton and Lisa Highfill for more ideas and resources on how to flip your classes and use #HyperDocs.
DISCLAIMER: I do not get anything from the authors for sharing this information. I do this, just because using HyperDocs transformed my classes and helped me help my students. I had always dreamed of having more autonomous learners and now that I finally reached that dream, I just want to share it!
I invite you to use any of the resources in your own classes or institutions, but give credit where credit is due! 😉
I also hope HyperDocs also transforms your teaching setting!