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Teachers Give Teachers
I absolutely love Teachers Give Teachers. While Teachers Pay Teachers is full of great resources, it can be frustrating to have to pay for lessons that teachers have made. Teachers Give Teachers is a place where teachers share HyperDoc lessons with one another. The lessons are searchable by key terms or tags that members have added when they uploaded the lesson. I have contributed to the site with a few of my own lessons, and I have downloaded and adapted many lessons that I found shared there. It is a fantastic place to start if you are unsure about HyperDocs or just need a new idea to draw some inspiration from. As my action research project was focused on the impacts of self-paced HyperDocs in the secondary classroom, I found this to be a great resource to share with other teachers who were beginners with HyperDocs.
This online community is part of the website by the authors of “The HyperDoc Handbook” by Kelly Hinton, Lori Highfill, and Sarah Landis. Additionally, I am a part of a HyperDoc Facebook group for teachers. There people are able to ask questions and share resources.