How to Build a Google Slides HyperDoc from Scratch

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How to Build a Google Slides HyperDoc from Scratch

In this live show highlights video Sam Kary of The New EdTech Classroom walks teachers through the process of building a Google Slides Hyperdoc using the 5 Es lesson sequence. You’ll also learn how to demonstrate the nuts and bolts of how to build HyperDocs using Google Slides, starting from a basic template.

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  • New EdTech Classroom
    Posted at 01:31h, 23 June

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  • Teachers On Fire
    Posted at 01:52h, 23 June

    Google Slides are STILL so underrated! Thanks for another great tutorial.

    I really liked seeing your list of Google Slides Add-ons at 4:01. 🙏🏼

  • Adriana Avila
    Posted at 03:06h, 23 June

    This is awesome ! I found this very useful .

  • John Mitchell
    Posted at 03:39h, 23 June

    very interesting! I teach DevOps professionals, a bit of a different audience, but your ideas strongly enforce the material I'm presenting. Thanks!