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Course Date(s):

Monday-Friday, July 31 - August 4, 2023
Final project for credit due Friday, August 11

Unless otherwise noted, course times listed are in EST

Registration Deadline:

July 27, 2023


Online Facilitated




15 PDPs

Grad Credit:

1 optional graduate credit from Worcester State University for $125, due upon initial registration


$290 TEC Members / $340 Non-TEC Members
Withdrawals: No credits/refunds will be given unless TEC is notified 10 business days before the first class. All payments processed upon receipt.


Online | Facilitated


All PreK-12 Educators

Webquests Updated: Interactive K-12 Learning with HyperDocs

This course will examine the value, technical considerations, and logistics around incorporating the WebQuest instructional model into a K-12 classroom. Participants will explore how to utilize Google Docs as the vehicle to deliver an updated version of this interactive learning model to their students. Participants will create their own developmentally-appropriate and standards-based webquest, which is now known more commonly as the HyperDoc, for the discipline and level they teach. 

Participants will:

  • Discuss and analyze literature supporting the integration of the WebQuest instructional model in the K-12 classroom. 
  • Evaluate and share resources to support the incorporation of various types of media into a WebQuest including text, image, audio, and video.

Practice and explore potential applications of the various tools available in Google Slides to Identify opportunities to use WebQuests to support special populations of students.  

About the Instructor

Jessica Zwillinger has been a middle school art teacher in Hopkinton for nine years. Before following her passion to begin her career as an art teacher, Jessica spent several years working as an information technology consultant. Jessica’s unique background informs her teaching philosophy that an authentic art education can transcend the walls of a classroom to become a lifelong tool. Jessica recently presented at the National Art Education Association annual conference about the digital workflow in her art classroom. 

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