their discussion was awesome to listen in on
Twitter Feeds as a Record of their Discussion & Learning
If you are unfamiliar with hyperdocs, you will need to click on <file> and <make a copy>. Then the document is yours and will be in your Google drive. You can assign it to your students through Google classroom, a link on your class web page, or by creating a shortened URL and writing it on the board. Before using someone else's hyperdoc go through the lesson carefully, exploring all of the links as a student would. Watch the videos, read the article, etc. Some content that may be okay in one classroom, may not be okay in yours. You will also want to check for links to submit work and update those, so that the work isn't submitted to the teacher that created the hyperdoc.
If you like the hyperdocs and want to learn more about how to create your own hyperdoc lesson click here.