Student-Driven Hyperdocs

Katie Bradford and Brett Miller in Episode 348 of the 10-minute Teacher Podcast

Kate Bradford and Brett Miller share their secrets for student-driven Hyperdocs. Taken from their popular ISTE 2018 session, learn about the next evolution of Hyperdocs and how they’re being used in the classroom.

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See their presentation:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DLvDIxwmXJOZRG9RA4r4OcOxBFARXJ_vJgIVv2KOe5g/edit?usp=sharing

Katie Bradford

Katie @MrsKBradford is a former middle school Language Arts teacher and Project-Based Learning facilitator with a passion for transformative learning experiences! Currently, she is an Innovative Learning Specialist for Five-Star Technology Solutions and a Google Certified Trainer spreading love for #EdTech that empowers students to think critically and follow their passion!

 

Brett Miller

I Brett Milleram Brett, @bmiller_fsts an Innovative Learning Specialist for Five-Star Technology in Southern Indiana. First-year e-learning coach for South Ripley Community Schools. Before coaching, I was a 6th-grade teacher who was passionate about creating AWESOME learning experiences for kids.

In my personal life, I am married to an inspiring educator. She is my better half, and constantly challenges me to grow!

Website: www.techcoachnotebook.com

 

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