Remote Learning A-Z: E is for Exploration

Many of our remote units include an Interactive Online Exploration (you might know it as a Hyperdoc.) While these explorations can be used at any time in a lesson, in our curriculum they are used to launch the unit. Explorations guide students through a review of foundational skills, link a a video or book, and provide online collaboration via graphs or classroom discussions, and much more!

Here are a few samples of what our Online Explorations look like:

Engaging and Informative

In remote learning, a challenge is providing opportunities for student skill development and make it engaging at the same time. Our Online Explorations are open ended and visually appealing for students. For teachers, they deliver formative assessment tasks that support you with differentiating learning.

Online explorations are created in Google Slides, but that’s just the beginning, because the links take students all over the place to learn! Here are a few samples of where students might go from an Online Exploration:

Support for Integrating Explorations

When you’re ready to use one of our Online Exploration, here are some tips and tricks to get started with linking and sharing. We hope this makes your life a little easier and engages your students. Enjoy!

Watch our video tutorial on how to use Online Explorations!
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