Embedding Mote Audio into multi-day digital workspaces
Creating digital workspaces where students can navigate the content confidently and independently is a challenging task. By using the HyperDocs approach, educators can create one unified workspace that students can engage with and explore over multiple days. This approach is exceptionally beneficial as it minimizes the number of digital locations students must manage when explore a concept. With Mote, audio HyperDocs allow educators to create dynamic digital workspaces where teacher audio can be added quickly to include thorough discussion, guidance, feedback or insight into the ideas being explore in the HyperDoc.
To learn more about the process of creating Audio HyperDocs, watch the entire vide0 walk-through below that explore the setup process, strategies and methods of integrating Mote audio into the HyperDoc creation process.
Explore and copy the Mote Audio HyperDoc template provided in the video walk-through above with the presentation deck and template below.
Creating Accessible Reading Experiences with Audio
Reading is a fundamental component of all classrooms. Whether an educator is working with younger students that are emerging readers, or is a high school teacher that is guiding students through a dense primary source document, Mote provides educators with the opportunity to support all learners by creating guided reading experiences with Mote audio. Across all Google environments and with web based reading materials, educators can create and customize reading experiences to provide scaffolding, clarification, support and individualized connections with students. Learn more about how guided reading experiences can be crafted in Google Docs, Google Slides, Google Forms, and the web by watching the entire video tutorial below.
You can also explore the slide deck that includes links to shorter video tutorials and examples of each guided reading technique mentioned in the video above.