Create Accessible HyperDocs with Mote and Joypixels

 Hyperdocs are a great tool for increasing engagement and personalizing learning in the classroom. Unfortunately, the way that we design our Hyperdocs can be problematic. For instance, how do students who need accommodations, such as reading text aloud, have this capability in a Hyperdoc? 

One great tool to make your Hyperdoc more accessible is through Mote, a video recording tool. This tool allows the teacher to read text aloud or have students respond via audio. 

Check out the following video on how you can use Mote and Joypixels to make accessible HyperDocs. 


Matt Bergman (2021)


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