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Why reinvent the wheel when you can borrow from the experts?

Check out this curated collection of Hāpara Workspaces were designed and shared publically by Hāpara-using educators from around the world.


To view the Workspace, simply click on the link. Once inside the Workspace, Hāpara users will be prompted to Copy Workspace. When you click copy, an identical copy of the Workspace will be created in your own Hāpara instance. There, you can customize and add groups to create collaborative or differentiate learning. Enjoy!

“How will you sell your Mars Rover to Nasa?”

Our science class has been hired by NASA to create a Mars Rover. Appropriate for grades 6-8. Created by Hāpara Certified Educator, Lindy Hockenbary.


“The Vegetable Garden: A PBL in Environmental Studies”

The principal has expressed interest in introducing a vegetable garden for the school community. She believes that introducing a garden that can be maintained by students will have multiple benefits. Rather than employing garden experts to design and set up the garden, she prefers to involve the students of St. Mark’s. She is aware however, that the students may have many different ideas on the details of the garden. She is concerned that the vegetable garden will have to be well thought out if funds are to be secured for its implementation. She has asked the teachers to challenge the students to collaborate on a project in order to design a solution.

Created by Hāpara Certified Educator, Anthony Speranza.

“My Selfie…Self Portraits: Who am I?”

Artists have used self-portraits to explore a basic question: Who am I? While a mirror or a photograph can tell a person what he or she looks like, that physical image does not reflect the whole self. Self-portraiture insists the artist embark on a journey of self-exploration in order to make decisions about how to represent him/herself authentically. For each self-portrait, the artist must ask: What expression, posture, clothing, background, colors, texture, and style best express the real me? In this unit, you will explore your identity and create a self portrait that reveals something to others about yourself through the use of text.

Created by Hāpara Certified Educator, Vickie Ahearn.

“Digital Citizenship, Grade 9”

An introductory Digital Citizenship unit for teachers to use during at the beginning of the school year.

Created by Hāpara Certified Educator, Nadjib Aktouf



“Digital Citizens Academic Code of Honor”

Training an academic code of honor is paramount to digital citizenship.  In this Workspace you will learn the basics of citing sources and why that is such an important skill. Grades 3-6


“Fahrenheit 451”

10th Grade English Unit on the Ray Bradbury novel.

Created by Hāpara Certified Educator, Kati Tilley


“Perspective Taking Activity”

The first in a series of lessons on digital citizenship for Juniors.


“Career Exploration”

In this unit, students will explore career paths and imagine a future in the career of their choosing. Common Core aligned.
Grades 5 and up.


“Newton’s Laws Vehicle Design Project”

After learning a bit about the field of engineering, we will apply our learnings about Newton’s laws to design a vehicle to meet various criteria from household supplies


“Using Math to Find the Best Wireless Plan”

Students will be using the data that they previously collected to evaluate and determine which cell phone plan is the best. Then students will be creating media advertisement/commercials that  convinces their audience as to why their chosen company has the best cell phone plan. Students are going to have to use persuasive techniques to create the most effective ad.

Common Core aligned. Grades 7-8

Update: October 2017

For an updated list of great Workspaces, click here.

Learn what to focus on when building a culture of digital citizenship, including conversation starters for learners and educators!

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