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Wes shares wisdom and insight that can keep every teacher on the front end of the profession. Thanks for your dedication to sharing!

Modeling teaching methods in his seminars is helpful to me as 'audience'.

By MichaelFarris10 - May 22 2009
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His focus is to show how a mobile-minded, solidly-grounded instructor in the 21st century can mold students without requiring of them that they be carbon-copies of one another. He allows for diverse-learning styles, and encourages them--and in so doing engages the audience 'where they are'.

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A must listen to podcast for every Educator

By Scotteach - Aug 01 2015
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Wes shares wisdom and insight that can keep every teacher on the front end of the profession. Thanks for your dedication to sharing!

Modeling teaching methods in his seminars is helpful to me as 'audience'.

By MichaelFarris10 - May 22 2009
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His focus is to show how a mobile-minded, solidly-grounded instructor in the 21st century can mold students without requiring of them that they be carbon-copies of one another. He allows for diverse-learning styles, and encourages them--and in so doing engages the audience 'where they are'.
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Rank #1: Podcast474: Brainstorming "Fact or Fiction? Apollo Moon Landings" Workshop and Lesson

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Our conversations about media literacy, conspiracies, culture wars, and the Apollo Moon landings continue! The current generation of youth has been exposed to more conspiracy theories about the Apollo Moon landings and many other topics than any previous generation. What are we going to do about this as educators and parents? This is a serious media literacy challenge, and the project connected to this audio recording provides some answers to this question. This podcast is a recording of a livestreamed conversation between Brian Turnbaugh (@wegotwits) and Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) on July 6, 2020, discussing a proposed workshop at the virtual version of the Summer Institute on Digital Literacy (digiuri.com) coming to a screen near you July 19-24, 2020. This is the part two of these shared conversations. Please refer to the shownotes of our podcast on speedofcreativity.org for links to part 1 of this conversation, our Google Doc with our developing resources, and more. The proposed title of this workshop and lesson is now something like, “Fact or Fiction? Apollo Moon Landings,” although this final title is still up for grabs. Wes has been invited to share a keynote based on these ideas at the upcoming virtual “Mountain Moot” July 16, 2020. (Register FREE to attend on mountainmoot.com) This project continues to be a “work in progress” and is being refined / expanded. We welcome your feedback. All project resources are available on medialiteracy.wesfryer.com/concw. Please use the hashtag #ConCW to share related resources! Thanks to our livestream viewers who shared great ideas and asked good questions in our StreamYard.com powered chat room during this broadcast.

Shownotes:

  1. Video version on YouTube (1 hour, 24 minutes)
  2. Part 1 of this conversation: Podcast473: Brainstorming About “Conspiracies and Culture Wars” with Brian Turnbaugh and Wesley Fryer
  3. Brian Turnbaugh (@wegotwits)
  4. Wes Fryer (@wfryer)
  5. Our Google Doc of project, workshop and lesson ideas
  6. Summer Institute on Digital Literacy (July 19-24, 2020)
  7. Mountain Moot July 15-17, 2020 (@mtmoot)
  8. SIFT Web Literacy Strategy (@holden)
  9. Noam Chomsky: The five filters of the mass media
  10. Project Website: “Conspiracies and Culture Wars”
  11. Project Twitter hashtag: #ConCW
  12. Lesson website: “Fact or Fiction? Apollo Moon Landings” (NOTE: This is a lesson under development and is not finalized!!!)

"Brainstorming “Fact or Fiction? Apollo Moon Landings”" (CC BY 2.0) by Wesley Fryer

If you enjoyed this post and found it useful, consider subscribing to Wes' free, weekly newsletter. Generally Wes shares a new edition on Monday mornings, and it includes a TIP, a TOOL, a TEXT (article to read) and a TUTORIAL video. You can also check out past editions of Wes' newsletter online free!

Did you know Wes has published several eBooks and "eBook singles?" 1 of them is available free! Check them out! Also visit Wes' subscription-based tutorial VIDEO library supporting technology integrating teachers worldwide!

MORE WAYS TO LEARN WITH WES: Do you use a smartphone or tablet? Subscribe to Wes' free magazine "iReading" on Flipboard! Follow Dr. Wesley Fryer on Twitter (@wfryer), Facebook and Google+. Also "like" Wes' Facebook page for "Speed of Creativity Learning". Don't miss Wesley's latest technology integration project, "Show With Media: What Do You Want to CREATE Today?"

Jul 09 2020

1hr 24mins

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Rank #2: Podcast473: Brainstorming About "Conspiracies and Culture Wars" with Brian Turnbaugh and Wesley Fryer

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This podcast is a recording of a conversation between Brian Turnbaugh (@wegotwits) and Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) discussing a proposed workshop at the virtual version of the Summer Institute on Digital Literacy, coming to a screen near you July 19-24, 2020. The proposed title is, “Conspiracies and Culture Wars,” and the Google Doc of resources we have been building together is linked in the shownotes for this podcast and from medialiteracy.wesfryer.com. This conversation took place on June 5, 2020, and was livestreamed to both YouTube Live and Facebook Live. Wes has also submitted this session as a proposal for the upcoming virtual “Mountain Moot” July 15-18, 2020. Check out the podcast shownotes for links to referenced resources. This project is very much a “work in progress” and will be refined and expanded in the days and weeks to come! We welcome your feedback.

Shownotes

  1. Google Doc in use brainstorming this project
  2. Video version on YouTube
  3. Brian Turnbaugh (@wegotwits)
  4. Wes Fryer @wfryer
  5. Summer Institute in Digital Literacy (virtual: July 19-24, 2020)
  6. Mountain Moot (virtual and free: July 15-17, 2020)
  7. Wes’ collected Media Literacy resources: medialiteracy.wesfryer.com
  8. Documentary: Merchants of Cool by Douglas Rushkoff (@rushkoff)
  9. Book: Program or Be Programmed: Ten Commands for a Digital Age by Douglas Rushkoff (@rushkoff)
  10. Podcast Episode: #112 The Prophet by Reply All (@replyall)
  11. Podcast Series: Rabbit Hole by @kevinroose
  12. Welcome to the ‘Rabbit Hole’ (New York Times, Kevin Roose, 16 April 2020)
  13. Twitter moment from #digiURL 2019 – Learning from Troy Hicks (@hickstro)
  14. Amazing Texts Workshop – Examining Multimedia Non-Fiction as a Mentor Text” with Troy Hicks (@hickstro)
  15. Twitter Thread: How Do You Spot a Conspiracy Theory by John Cook (@johnfocook)
  16. The Conspiracy Theory Handbook by Stephan Lewandowsky and John Cook
  17. YouTube Playlist: Wes Fryer’s Reflections on the 2019 Institute on Digital Literacy
  18. YouTube Playlist: “Media Literacy” by Wes Fryer
  19. Video: Moon Landings Faked? Filmmaker Says Not! (VideoFromSpace, 29 Jan 2013)
  20. Video: Plandemic and the seven traits of conspiratorial thinking by @johnfocook
  21. “Why We Are Polarized” by Ezra Klein (@ezraklein)
  22. Podcast Channel: Short Wave by NPR
  23. Podcast Episode: How to Correct Misinformation, According to Science (Short Wave by NPR, 22 May 2020)
  24. Book: “LikeWar: The Weaponization of Social Media” by PW Singer @peterwsinger and Emerson T. Brooking (@etbrooking)
  25. Book: “The Attention Merchants: The Epic Scramble to Get Inside Our Heads” by Tim Woo (@superwuster)
  26. “The Attention Economy and. the Net” by Michael Goldhaber (1997, First Monday)
  27. SIFT: The Four Moves by Mike Caufield (@holden)
  28. The Digital Polarization Initiative
  29. News Literacy Project (@NewsLitProject) and on YouTube) by Peter Adams (@peterd_adams) and John Silva (@MrSilva)
  30. Mark Twain quote (but actually probably not Twain): “A Lie Can Travel Halfway Around the World While the Truth Is Putting On Its Shoes”
  31. E.O. Wilson Quote: “The real problem of humanity is the following: we have Paleolithic emotions; medieval institutions; and god-like technology.”
  32. Wes’ story idea: Cognitive Dissonance with Jane Yolen’s “Encounter”
  33. Podcast: Wind of Change by @praddenkeefe
  34. Wes’ story idea: Encounters with Berlin and the Brandenburg Gate
  35. John Rawls: Veil of Ignorance (Justice)
  36. Podcast: Your Undivided Attention (@humanetech_@tristanharris@aza)

Plandemic is a textbook example of the 7 traits of conspiratorial thinking. So @stworg, @UlliEcker, @Sander_vdLinden & I made a video identifying conspiratorial thinking in Plandemic to build resilience so we’re not misled by other conspiracy theories https://t.co/S7IYGXJKeM 1/12 pic.twitter.com/DgpNi90yTu

— John Cook (@johnfocook) May 12, 2020

.@wegotwits Fascinating investigation here from #MediaLit #MediaLiteracy standpoint by @quoteresearch: "A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on" https://t.co/PkRCbWhp78

(part of our #ConspiraciesCultureWars project)

— Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. ??? (@wfryer) June 21, 2020

Conspiracies and Culture Wars” (CC BY 2.0) by Wesley Fryer

If you enjoyed this post and found it useful, consider subscribing to Wes' free, weekly newsletter. Generally Wes shares a new edition on Monday mornings, and it includes a TIP, a TOOL, a TEXT (article to read) and a TUTORIAL video. You can also check out past editions of Wes' newsletter online free!

Did you know Wes has published several eBooks and "eBook singles?" 1 of them is available free! Check them out! Also visit Wes' subscription-based tutorial VIDEO library supporting technology integrating teachers worldwide!

MORE WAYS TO LEARN WITH WES: Do you use a smartphone or tablet? Subscribe to Wes' free magazine "iReading" on Flipboard! Follow Dr. Wesley Fryer on Twitter (@wfryer), Facebook and Google+. Also "like" Wes' Facebook page for "Speed of Creativity Learning". Don't miss Wesley's latest technology integration project, "Show With Media: What Do You Want to CREATE Today?"

Jun 21 2020

1hr 11mins

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Rank #3: Podcast472: Remote Learning in Oklahoma #OklaEd

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This podcast is a recording of a webinar panel discussion by Oklahoma educators Telannia Norfar, Delilah Rodriguez, Rhonda Schroeder and Wesley Fryer on Saturday, April 25, 2020. Our topic of conversation was “Remote Learning in Oklahoma,” as we are now about a month into “learning at home” because of the neo-coronavirus / COVID-19 global pandemic. The questions we discussed included, What is your current role and situation with ‘remote learning’ in Oklahoma? What is your technology situation like in terms of student devices, teacher devices, and utilized platforms? What are discovering that should be changed about school as a result of this situation? What are some success stories about remote learning at your school / for you? How do you think we can help teachers and schools prepare for ongoing remote learning in the event we don’t return face-to-face to school in August, or we do but have to go back to remote learning in the fall? Check out the shownotes for links to Twitter IDs for each of our panelists, as well as other referenced resources and links from the conversation.

Shownotes

  1. Video version on YouTube
  2. Questions (Google Slides) used in this webinar
  3. Delilah Rodriguez @AwesomeTeach12
  4. Telannia Norfar @thnorfar
  5. Rhonda Schroeder @rhondaschroeder
  6. Wes Fryer @wfryer
  7. Official Twitter account for the #OklaEd Sunday evening Twitter chat: @oklaed
  8. EdCampOKC (@edcampOKC)
  9. ConnectEd iPad Program at Arthur Elementary (OKCPS info page)
  10. Project-Based Learning in the Math Classroom (Grades 6-10) by Talannia Norfar and Chris Fancher (Amazon)
  11. STEMseeds.org
  12. Remote Learning Instructional Support website of Casady School
  13. Subscribe to Moving at the Speed of Creativity Podcasts

"Remote Learning in #OklaEd" (CC BY 2.0) by Wesley Fryer

If you enjoyed this post and found it useful, consider subscribing to Wes' free, weekly newsletter. Generally Wes shares a new edition on Monday mornings, and it includes a TIP, a TOOL, a TEXT (article to read) and a TUTORIAL video. You can also check out past editions of Wes' newsletter online free!

Did you know Wes has published several eBooks and "eBook singles?" 1 of them is available free! Check them out! Also visit Wes' subscription-based tutorial VIDEO library supporting technology integrating teachers worldwide!

MORE WAYS TO LEARN WITH WES: Do you use a smartphone or tablet? Subscribe to Wes' free magazine "iReading" on Flipboard! Follow Dr. Wesley Fryer on Twitter (@wfryer), Facebook and Google+. Also "like" Wes' Facebook page for "Speed of Creativity Learning". Don't miss Wesley's latest technology integration project, "Show With Media: What Do You Want to CREATE Today?"

Apr 26 2020

1hr 12mins

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Rank #4: Podcast471: Let’s Talk About Social Identity and FOMO

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This podcast is a recording of a digital citizenship presentation for high school students shared by Dr. Wesley Fryer at Casady School in Oklahoma City on February 27, 2020. The goal of this talk was to encourage students to think more deeply and critically about their own identities, how those identities are shaped, and specifically how much power and influence we give other people and social media specifically when it comes to our perceptions of who we are and who we want to be. The Common Sense Media video, “Teen Voices: Who Are You on Social Media?” was shared during this presentation, and the audio from that video is included in this podcast. Please check the podcast shownotes for the link to the original video, as well as other wonderful resources from Common Sense on Digital Citizenship including a robust (and free) curriculum on digital citizenship for teachers and students differentiated by grade level. Also check out more resources we’ve shared on our school’s digital citizenship website, DigCit.us.

Shownotes

  1. Subscribe to Moving at the Speed of Creativity Podcasts
  2. Wesley Fryer on Twitter: @wfryer
  3. Slides from this Upper School Chapel Talk, “Let’s Talk About Social Identity and FOMO”
  4. Common Sense Media Video: “Teen Voices – Who Are You on Social Media?” (YouTube version)
  5. Miss Americana – The Taylor Swift Documentary
  6. Social Comparison Theory from Psychology Today
  7. Developing Adolescent Identity from The Center for Parent and Teen Communication
  8. Teen ‘like’ and ‘FOMO’ anxiety (CNN, 6 Dec 2016)
  9. Pope Francis wants you to give up being a jerk online for Lent (Engadget, 26 Feb 2020)
  10. Digital Citizenship Curriculum from Common Sense Media
  11. Podcast384: Michael Wesch at Heartland eLearning 2011 (@mwesch)
  12. Our School’s Digital Citizenship Resources: For Students, For Teachers, For Parents
  13. #BibleVerse tagged photos on Instagram
  14. #dw4jc tagged photos on Instagram (“Digital Witness for Jesus Christ”)

Let’s Talk About FOMO and Social Identity” (CC BY 2.0) by Wesley Fryer

If you enjoyed this post and found it useful, consider subscribing to Wes' free, weekly newsletter. Generally Wes shares a new edition on Monday mornings, and it includes a TIP, a TOOL, a TEXT (article to read) and a TUTORIAL video. You can also check out past editions of Wes' newsletter online free!

Did you know Wes has published several eBooks and "eBook singles?" 1 of them is available free! Check them out! Also visit Wes' subscription-based tutorial VIDEO library supporting technology integrating teachers worldwide!

MORE WAYS TO LEARN WITH WES: Do you use a smartphone or tablet? Subscribe to Wes' free magazine "iReading" on Flipboard! Follow Dr. Wesley Fryer on Twitter (@wfryer), Facebook and Google+. Also "like" Wes' Facebook page for "Speed of Creativity Learning". Don't miss Wesley's latest technology integration project, "Show With Media: What Do You Want to CREATE Today?"

Mar 03 2020

23mins

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Rank #5: Podcast470: Sharing and Learning About the 2020 U.S. Census - Statistics in Schools

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Welcome to Episode 470 of the Moving at the Speed of Creativity podcast from February 18, 2020, a show by Dr. Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) focusing on digital creativity, media literacy, digital literacy, digital citizenship, instructional technology integration and engaged learning both inside and outside the classroom. This episode features a special interview with the U.S. Census “Statistics in Schools” Manager Victoria Glazer and Teacher Ambassador Emily McMillen, discussing the 2020 Census in the United States and the variety of FREE resources provided for PK-12 teachers to use with students. Disbursement of millions of dollars for our communities from the U.S. Federal Government depends on the Census! All of us as teachers and members of our communities can help both educate students and families about the importance of participating in the census, but also provide real-world, multi-disciplinary learning opportunities using existing census data via the resources shared on the “Statistics in Schools” website. Visit census.gov/schools for more information, and also refer to the podcast shownotes for more direct links.

Shownotes

  1. Subscribe to Moving at the Speed of Creativity Podcasts
  2. US Census Bureau’s “Statistics in Schools” website
  3. 2020 Census Resources for Teachers and Schools
  4. U.S. Census Bureau’s YouTube Channel
  5. U.S. Census Bureau on Twitter: @uscensusbureau
  6. U.S. Census Bureau on Instagram: @uscensusbureau
  7. Teachers’ Guide to Data Access Tools for Students (U.S. Census Bureau)
  8. State Facts for Students: Help students learn about their state as they collect, organize, analyze, map, and graph a variety of information (Recommended for elementary & middle school students – by the U.S. Census Bureau)
  9. Census Business Builder: A suite of services that provides selected demographic and economic data from the Census Bureau tailored to specific types of users in a simple to access and use format. (Recommended for high school students – by the U.S. Census Bureau)
  10. Statistics in Schools (SIS) Week: March 2-6, 2020
  11. Census Bureau 101 for Students
  12. 2020 Census Maps
  13. Why Census 2020 Matters for Schools
  14. National Center for Educational Statistics: Create a Graph! (free)
  15. Wes Fryer (@wfryer) – BlogMiddle School Computer Curriculum (Media Literacy and Digital Literacy)

When it comes to schools, the 2020 Census will determine funding for special education, teacher training, technology, school lunch assistance, Head Start and after-school programs. https://t.co/Uu85PhBRDZ #AmericaCounts pic.twitter.com/FHb9hnrS6U

— U.S. Census Bureau (@uscensusbureau) September 9, 2019

[VIDEO] Chance of a Decade https://t.co/Zq9zj90yxh

Great overview of why the #2020Census is so important, how teachers can access free resources via the #statisticsinschools
website, & the impact this can make on our country!#everyonecounts #edtech #OklaEd

— Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. ??? (@wfryer) February 18, 2020

The QuickFacts website https://t.co/YvcxAprgzS by @uscensusbureau is a powerful tool from #statisticsinschools. Your students can use it to ask & answer questions using Census data, & gain an understanding of why the #2020Census is so important!#everyonecounts #edtech #OklaEd

— Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. ??? (@wfryer) February 18, 2020

The more we know about each other, the more we can support each other. ? https://t.co/17DgpkL2dt #sponsored #statisticsinschools #iteachmath #math

— WeAreTeachers (@WeAreTeachers) February 12, 2020

As a geography advocate I ?? these @uscensusbureau #statisticsinschools resources:

"Capture the attention of students with large, colorful maps filled with fun census-based facts about the country & its territories" https://t.co/i8v2Tf15VE#2020Census #everyonecounts #edtech

— Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. ??? (@wfryer) February 18, 2020

Using @uscensusbureau #2020Census #statisticsinschools resources in your lessons with students? Use the @EdNCES "Kid Zone Create a Graph" website https://t.co/EmimEXdEtJ#everyonecounts #edtech #OkMath #OklaEd #CasadyLearns

— Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. ??? (@wfryer) February 19, 2020

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Census 2020 logo lip balm” (CC BY 2.0) by denise-marie1

If you enjoyed this post and found it useful, consider subscribing to Wes' free, weekly newsletter. Generally Wes shares a new edition on Monday mornings, and it includes a TIP, a TOOL, a TEXT (article to read) and a TUTORIAL video. You can also check out past editions of Wes' newsletter online free!

Did you know Wes has published several eBooks and "eBook singles?" 1 of them is available free! Check them out! Also visit Wes' subscription-based tutorial VIDEO library supporting technology integrating teachers worldwide!

MORE WAYS TO LEARN WITH WES: Do you use a smartphone or tablet? Subscribe to Wes' free magazine "iReading" on Flipboard! Follow Dr. Wesley Fryer on Twitter (@wfryer), Facebook and Google+. Also "like" Wes' Facebook page for "Speed of Creativity Learning". Don't miss Wesley's latest technology integration project, "Show With Media: What Do You Want to CREATE Today?"

Feb 19 2020

29mins

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Rank #6: Podcast469: Reflections on Immersion Day January 2020

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Welcome to Episode 469 of the Moving at the Speed of Creativity podcast from January 18, 2020, a show by Dr. Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) focusing on digital creativity, media literacy, digital literacy, digital citizenship, instructional technology integration and engaged learning both inside and outside the classroom. This episode features a conversation with 3rd grade teacher Shelly Fryer (@sfryer) about the second “Immersion Day” at Casady School in Oklahoma City. Immersion Days are half-days for students which focus on a special theme or topic. On January 17, 2020, the theme for the Casady Lower School students (in grades 1 – 4) focused on Inventions, coinciding with Kid Invention Day (KID). A wealth of fantastic resources about the design process and STEM / engineering for young students are available on nationalinventioncurriculum.org as well as other websites. Check out the podcast shownotes for links. Casady 3rd and 4th graders were able to videoconference LIVE to start the day with Payton Robertson in Florida. Peyton is now a senior in high school, and has been an inventor since elementary school with over six patents to his name. He met President Obama in the Oval Office to share one of his inventions after winning a national contest, was a guest on the Ellen DeGeneres Show, and will be continuing his career and learning journey as an inventor next year as he starts college at Stanford University. In the afternoon, 3rd graders talked with Dr. James W. Long, a local guest speaker physician and engineer who co-created a magnetic heart pump, featured in the new Amplify Science curriculum the students are using this year. One of the parents of Shelly’s students is a heart surgeon, and invited him to join in the third grade Kids Invention Day learning! In the podcast, Wes also shares some reflections on the “Animate Your Curiosity” lessons which he co-led for middle school students yesterday, using Scratch to create basic animations. Students watched and discussed several animation focused videos (including “Animator vs. Animation” from 2009 which has over 42 million views on YouTube) to find inspiration for their own animation and coding projects. If you haven’t checked out “The Science Behind Pixar” (sciencebehindpixar.org) in person or online yet definitely do! Also check out other resources on the “Animation Inspiration” website Wes created for this week’s Middle Division Immersion Day. Follow Shelly Fryer on Twitter @sfryer and Wesley Fryer on @wfryer. Wes’ Digital Literacy and Media Literacy Curriculum for Middle School Computer Classes is available free on mdtech.casady.org.

Shownotes:

  1. Subscribe to Moving at the Speed of Creativity Podcasts
  2. Shelly Fryer (@sfryer) – Blog
  3. Wes Fryer (@wfryer) – BlogMiddle School Computer Curriculum (Media Literacy and Digital Literacy)
  4. Invention Convention Curriculum for Grades 3-5
  5. Peyton Robertson – Inventor (Forbes.com)
  6. The Incredible Peyton Robertson on The Ellen Show (2014)
  7. TED Ideas: 3 brilliant inventions from a 12-year-old scientist
  8. Be Inspired to Animate Your Curiosity!
  9. Malone Schools Online Network (via Stanford University)
  10. LifeSize Icon 500 Videoconferencing Unit
  11. BlueJeans Videoconferencing in the Cloud
  12. Scratch Animation Lesson (for middle schoolers by Wes)
  13. Scratch (free Web-based, block-based coding platform by MIT)
  14. Constructionism Learning Theory (Seymour Papert)
  15. The Science Behind Pixar
  16. PBS Scratch Jr Coding Passion Project (by Shelly Fryer, June 2016)
  17. Build a Snowman in Scratch Jr (by Shelly Fryer, January 2019)
  18. More Scratch related blog posts by Shelly Fryer
  19. Code as Poetry in 4th Grade Scratch Club (by Wes Fryer, March 2018)
  20. Developing Computational Thinking with Scratch Coding – webinar video (by Wes Fryer, December 2017)
  21. Podcast446: Reflections on a PBS Scratch Jr Coding Camp for Kids (by Wes Fryer, September 2016)
  22. Create a Maze Game in PBS Scratch Jr (by Wes Fryer, September 2016)
  23. Scratch Day in Oklahoma City on Saturday, May 14, 2016 (by Wes Fryer, May 2016)
  24. Fun Scratch Projects Today in STEM Class (by Wes Fryer, April 2014)
  25. More Scratch related blog posts by Wes Fryer
  26. James W. Long, M.D. – Cardiothoracic Surgery, Transplant Surgery (INTEGRIS)
  27. Pioneering Artificial Heart Program at Intermountain Medical Center Celebrates 25 Years of Saving Lives on Tuesday With Patient Reunion (Intermountain Health Care, 26 April 2018)
  28. INTEGRIS Implants 100th HeartMate 3 LVAD (INTEGRIS, May 2019)
  29. Amplify Science Curriculum for K-8

Important lesson learned this morning for our @Bluejeans @Lifesize video conference with High school senior & inventor Peyton Robertson! Make sure mic is not too close to your speakers! https://t.co/UgbxF6S6aH #CasadyLearns #OklaEd pic.twitter.com/8r42AYhoBe

— Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. ??? (@wfryer) January 17, 2020

What a great 1 min interview with 3rd grader Henry, who took apart & reassembled a simple machine / game today & was so proud he was able to persist & succeed despite frustration & challenge! #CasadyLearns #OklaEd ?@casadyschoolokc? #MakerEd #STEM pic.twitter.com/WiS8uDLzEv

— Shelly Fryer ?? (@sfryer) January 17, 2020

Fantastic [VIDEO] description by 3rd grader Amelia of our “reverse engineering activity” during today’s invention focused Immersion Day ?@casadyschoolokc?! #KidsInventionDay #InventionDay #MakerEd #STEM #OklaEd #CasadyLearns pic.twitter.com/cMZvxc9Bwh

— Shelly Fryer ?? (@sfryer) January 17, 2020

Resources for today's @casadyschoolokc "Animate Your Curiosity with @Scratch!" Middle Division Immersion Day elective: https://t.co/ec68YM4wtD#creativity #coding #edtech #create2learn #OklaEd #CasadyLearns #CasadyCommunity pic.twitter.com/hy3Ys6VCVf

— Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. ??? (@wfryer) January 17, 2020

Animate Your Curiosity!” (CC BY 2.0) by Wesley Fryer

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Jan 20 2020

39mins

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Rank #7: Podcast468: Reflections on Blended Learning Techniques with Google Sites, Slides and Social Media

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Welcome to Episode 468 of the Moving at the Speed of Creativity podcast, a show by Dr. Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) focusing on digital creativity, media literacy, digital literacy, digital citizenship, instructional technology integration and engaged learning both inside and outside the classroom. This episode includes a reflection by Wes about some of the techniques he is using in fall 2019 teaching Digital and Media Literacy for 5th and 6th graders at Casady School in Oklahoma City, as well as the adult Sunday School class, “Curiosity and Questions: Jesus and Science” at First Presbyterian Church in Edmond, Oklahoma. These techniques include using Google Sites to share lesson slides, videos, resources and links publicly (mdtech.casady.org and followjesus.wesfryer.com) each week. Refer to the podcast shownotes for referenced links. Feedback on this podcast episode is welcome!

Shownotes

  1. Subscribe to Moving at the Speed of Creativity Podcasts
  2. Wes Fryer (@wfryer) – Blog
  3. Lessons Learned as a School Director of Technology (February 2019)
  4. Wes’ 5th and 6th Grade Digital and Media Literacy website – mdtech.casady.org
  5. Class website for “Curiosity and Questions: Jesus and Science” – followjesus.wesfryer.com
  6. Summarizing Summer Institute in Digital Literacy Learning via Twitter Moments (July 2019)
  7. SIFT (The Four Moves) by Mike Caufield (@holden)
  8. Astronomy Picture of the Day on the App Store
  9. Use a custom URL for your [Google] site (consumer Gmail/Google account)
  10. Map a new URL to your site (GSuite Google site / account)
  11. Wes’ Handouts (was a “classic” Google Site – now in conversion)
  12. Wonder Links (from Wes’ current class website)
  13. Curiosity Links (from Wes’ old STEM class website)
  14. Wes 2013-15 STEM class website (a “classic” Google Site)
  15. Amanda Pardue’s Upper Division / High School Art Google Site: pardueart.casady.org
  16. Wes’ Personal YouTube Channel: YouTube.com/wfryer
  17. Wes’ School YouTube Channel (GSuite account)
  18. About Google Classroom
  19. HeartPaths OKC | Spiritual Direction & Training
  20. One Strange Rock on NetFlix
  21. Preferred YouTube Downloader
  22. Edit / Trim Videos with QuickTime Player for MacOS
  23. Presenting with Keynote and Apple Watch (8 Sept 2019)
  24. The EdTech Situation Room (@edtechSR)
  25. Show With Media: What Do You Want to Create Today?
  26. Sign Up for Wes’ Email Newsletter
  27. Pocket Share Jesus: Be a Digital Witness for Christ
  28. Class with Dr. Fryer on Anchor
  29. Podcast interviews recorded on an iPhone with Ferrite Recording Studio
  30. Podcast audio edited with Audacity and normalized with Auphonic

Faith and Science” (CC BY 2.0) by Wesley Fryer

All past “Moving at the Speed of Creativity” podcast episodes are archived, dating back to August 2005.

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Did you know Wes has published several eBooks and "eBook singles?" 1 of them is available free! Check them out! Also visit Wes' subscription-based tutorial VIDEO library supporting technology integrating teachers worldwide!

MORE WAYS TO LEARN WITH WES: Do you use a smartphone or tablet? Subscribe to Wes' free magazine "iReading" on Flipboard! Follow Dr. Wesley Fryer on Twitter (@wfryer), Facebook and Google+. Also "like" Wes' Facebook page for "Speed of Creativity Learning". Don't miss Wesley's latest technology integration project, "Show With Media: What Do You Want to CREATE Today?"

Nov 28 2019

48mins

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Rank #8: Podcast467: Reflections on a Gap Year Before College

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Welcome to Episode 467 of the Moving at the Speed of Creativity podcast, a show by Dr. Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) focusing on digital creativity, media literacy, digital literacy, digital citizenship, instructional technology integration and engaged learning both inside and outside the classroom. This episode features interviews with both Shelly Fryer and Sarah Fryer, about Sarah’s “gap year” in 2018-19 following high school graduation. Sarah graduated in 2018 from Classen School of Advanced Studies in Oklahoma City Public Schools, and majored in drama at ClassenSAS. Rather than head directly to college, Sarah took a gap year to work, take dance classes, get more involved in the music ministry of our church, and get a better idea of what she wants to study and do after high school. In the first part of this podcast, Wesley and Shelly reflect on the gap year experience for Sarah, how it came about, what happened, and what lessons were learned. In the second part, recorded earlier, Sarah reflects on her gap year. In both segments, Shelly and Sarah offer advice to other students as well as parents who might be considering a gap year, and encouragement to consider whether or not a gap year is the right choice and “the best fit” for you or your child. Check out the podcast shownotes to referenced resources, including some other blog posts relating to parenting, high school, and helping kids make decisions about college and life. Contact links for Shelly and Wesley Fryer are also included in the shownotes. Feedback on this podcast episode is welcome!

Shownotes:

  1. Subscribe to Moving at the Speed of Creativity Podcasts
  2. Shelly Fryer (@sfryer) – Blog
  3. Wes Fryer (@wfryer) – Blog
  4. Podcast460: UCO and OCCC Concurrent Classes, GitHub in CompSci, and Elementary Coding Lessons (March 2018)
  5. Lessons Learned on our Family’s College Journey (April 2016)
  6. Advice for a College Graduate (May 2012)
  7. Batting 1-1 With Three More Pitches Coming (Feb 2016)
  8. Casady School Extended Programs
  9. Casady School Primary Division Program (Montessori-Based Private Independent Preschool in OKC)
  10. Financial Peace University by Dave Ramsey (@DaveRamsey)
  11. Classen School of Advanced Studies (@ClassenSASOKC) in Oklahoma City Public Schools (@okcps)
  12. Poteet Theater (St. Lukes Methodist Church in Oklahoma City)
  13. Forensic Science Undergrad Major at the University of Central Oklahoma
  14. UCO Concurrent Enrollment Classes
  15. OSSM Summer Programs (Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics)
  16. FORGE Orientation at the University of Central Oklahoma
  17. Forensic Science Learning Living Community at UCO
  18. Podcast interviews recorded on an iPhone with Ferrite Recording Studio
  19. Podcast audio edited with Audacity and normalized with Auphonic

Move in Day at UCO” (CC BY 2.0) by Wesley Fryer

All past “Moving at the Speed of Creativity” podcast episodes are archived, dating back to August 2005.

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Did you know Wes has published several eBooks and "eBook singles?" 1 of them is available free! Check them out! Also visit Wes' subscription-based tutorial VIDEO library supporting technology integrating teachers worldwide!

MORE WAYS TO LEARN WITH WES: Do you use a smartphone or tablet? Subscribe to Wes' free magazine "iReading" on Flipboard! Follow Dr. Wesley Fryer on Twitter (@wfryer), Facebook and Google+. Also "like" Wes' Facebook page for "Speed of Creativity Learning". Don't miss Wesley's latest technology integration project, "Show With Media: What Do You Want to CREATE Today?"

Aug 25 2019

42mins

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Rank #9: Podcast466: Reflections on Summer 2019 TechyKids Robotics Camp in Oklahoma City

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Welcome to Episode 466 of the Moving at the Speed of Creativity podcast, a show by Dr. Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) focusing on digital creativity, media literacy, digital literacy, digital citizenship, instructional technology integration and engaged learning both inside and outside the classroom. This episode features an interview with Michaela Freeland (@_mfreeland) and Shelly Fryer (@sfryer) about the two summer robotics camps they co-led using Thymio robots and outstanding curriculum provided by TechyKids. TechyKids (www.techykids.com) was founded by Sharon Marzouk (@sharonmarzouk) and focuses on inspiring students through a “blend of robotics, creativity, technology, and invention.” In this 35 minute interview, Michaela and Shelly share their experiences and learning from leading two robotics camps with 32 and 28 student participants, respectively, and discuss many of the camp highlights as well as lessons learned by students, older student mentors, teachers and parents. Students engaged in daily reflections during these summer camps, and both recorded and shared with their parents their learning using the platform Seesaw (@Seesaw). Casady School in Oklahoma City hosted both of these camps, which were part of the summer “Casady by the Lake” enrichment program open to all students in and around Oklahoma City. Check out the podcast shownotes for links to TechyKids as well as other resources mentioned by Michaela and Shelly in this interview. If you are inspired to offer a robotics and invention camp in your local area after listening to this podcast, or have questions, please reach out to Michaela or Shelly and let them know!

Shownotes:

  1. Subscribe to Moving at the Speed of Creativity Podcasts
  2. Michaela Freeland (@_mfreeland)
  3. Shelly Fryer (@sfryer) – Blog
  4. Wes Fryer (@wfryer) – Blog
  5. TechyKids.com (@techykids)
  6. Student Projects and Presentations shared on TechyKids.com
  7. TechyKids Camp Out of The Box
  8. Thymio Robot by TechyKids
  9. Getting Started with Thymio Robot (links to “Aseba Studio for Thymio” software)
  10. Green Screen by Do Ink (@DoInkTweets)
  11. Association of of Technology Leaders in Independent Schools Conference (@theatlis)
  12. Seesaw Learning Journals (@seesaw)
  13. The Future of Education TEDx Talk by Sharon Marzouk (TEDxWoodsidePriorySchool)
  14. Casady School in Oklahoma City (@casadyschoolokc)
  15. Casady School Summer Programs / Summer By The Lake Registration
  16. Shelly Fryer’s Scratch Club Resources

One group's @ThymioII TrashBot in @TechyKids camp. The purple cap was designed in @tinkercad and printed on a @MakersToolWorks Mendelmax3 with @3DSolutech filament. This addition allowed our kids to build up because of they could add support tape w/o damaging the robot.@sfryer pic.twitter.com/5cB63LiAdf

— Michaela Freeland (@_MFreeland) June 15, 2019

We had great @casadyschoolokc mentors this week working with our OKC @TechyKids camp. We love working with these amazing students! #volunteers #coding #service pic.twitter.com/UkwAwWZyJL

— Shelly Fryer ?? (@sfryer) July 18, 2019

Thymio Circus @ThymioII creation in @TechyKids camp. The purple rings were designed in @tinkercad and printed on a @MakersToolWorks Mendelmax3 with @3DSolutech filament. One was able to fit securely but spin freely due to the smooth print on the interior! @sfryer pic.twitter.com/dsepzeM33l

— Michaela Freeland (@_MFreeland) June 15, 2019

Coding Camp” (CC BY 2.0) by shellyfryer

All past “Moving at the Speed of Creativity” podcast episodes are archived, dating back to August 2005.

If you enjoyed this post and found it useful, consider subscribing to Wes' free, weekly newsletter. Generally Wes shares a new edition on Monday mornings, and it includes a TIP, a TOOL, a TEXT (article to read) and a TUTORIAL video. You can also check out past editions of Wes' newsletter online free!

Did you know Wes has published several eBooks and "eBook singles?" 1 of them is available free! Check them out! Also visit Wes' subscription-based tutorial VIDEO library supporting technology integrating teachers worldwide!

MORE WAYS TO LEARN WITH WES: Do you use a smartphone or tablet? Subscribe to Wes' free magazine "iReading" on Flipboard! Follow Dr. Wesley Fryer on Twitter (@wfryer), Facebook and Google+. Also "like" Wes' Facebook page for "Speed of Creativity Learning". Don't miss Wesley's latest technology integration project, "Show With Media: What Do You Want to CREATE Today?"

Aug 12 2019

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Rank #10: Podcast465: Reflections on The 2019 Summer Institute on Digital Literacy

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Welcome to Episode 465 of the Moving at the Speed of Creativity podcast, a show by Dr. Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) focusing on digital creativity, media literacy, digital literacy, digital citizenship, instructional technology integration and engaged learning both inside and outside the classroom. This episode features a reflection by Wes following the 2019 Summer Institute on Digital Literacy. Wes reflects on ten different “ingredients” which made this a powerful and transformative professional development experience, as well as five different lessons and ideas he’s taking into his 5th and 6th grade Digital Literacy classes this upcoming school year. Check the podcast shownotes for a full list of referenced websites and resources mentioned in this episode. This podcast also includes an interview from the conference with Brian Turnbaugh (@wegotwits) discussing the weaponization of social media and recommended resources for learning more about the ways Russia continues to work to subvert the electoral process in the United States. Remember to also subscribe to “The EdTech Situation Room” (@edtechSR), the weekly webshow and podcast Wes co-hosts with Jason Neiffer each week on Wednesday evenings. Also remember to subscribe to Wes’ (almost) weekly newsletter in which he shares a helpful technology tip, tool, text, and tutorial. Sign up on www.speedofcreativity.org/email-updates.

Shownotes:

  1. Subscribe to Moving at the Speed of Creativity Podcasts
  2. Wes Fryer (@wfryer) – Blog
  3. Wes Fryer’s FlipGrid Video Reflections on the 2019 Summer Institute on Digital Literacy (YouTube Playlist)
  4. Homepage / website of the 2019 Summer Institute in Digital Literacy (use the linked spreadsheet to connect to all the lessons / projects of participant groups / dyads!)
  5. Jim Croce “singin’ my song’ reference
  6. Books by David Warlick (@dwarlick) (also “Redefining Literacy for the 21st Century,” which is not included in the previous Amazon author link)
  7. “Design Studio” information from the Summer Institute on Digital Literacy
  8. Carla Arena (@carlaarena)
  9. Alice Barr (@alicebarr) and Cheryl Oakes (@cheryloakes50)
  10. Summarizing Summer Institute in Digital Literacy Learning via Twitter Moments
  11. #digiURI 2019 Learning and takeaways from Renee Hobbs (@reneehobbs)
  12. #digiURI 2019 Learning and takeaways from Julie Coiro (@jcoiro)
  13. #digiURI 2019 Learning and takeaways from Kristin Ziemke (@KristinZiemke)
  14. #digiURI 2019 Learning and takeaways from Dave Quinn (@EduQuinn)
  15. #digiURI 2019 Learning and takeaways from Troy Hicks (@hickstro)
  16. #digiURI 2019 Learning and takeaways from Kristin Hokanson (@khokanson)
  17. #digiURI 2019 Learning and takeaways from Brian Turnbaugh (@wegotwits)
  18. #digiURI 2019 Learning and takeways from Beth Holland (@brholland)
  19. #digiURI 2019 Miscellaneous Learning & Takeaways from #digiURI 2019
  20. Wes’ Twitter Moments (Includes all the above moments from #digiURI 2019)
  21. Brian Crosby (@bcrosby) and The High Hopes Project (High Altitude Balloons)
  22. The EdTech Situation Room (@edtechSR)
  23. Unpacking and Understanding Media Controversy Lesson (3 minute Overview Video)
  24. BitesMedia Controversial Topics (appropriate for middle and high school)
  25. Controversial Topic Articles Curated by Allsides.com
  26. Voyant Tools WordCloud Generator and Analysis Engine
  27. Video Ant Video Annotation
  28. Vialogues Video Annotation
  29. Workshop resources: Filtering the ExoFlood: Strategies for Media and Information Literacy (shortened link: wfryer.me/exoflood)
  30. Joe Rogan Interview with Renée DiResta on Social Media Weaponization / Russian Disinformation (@noupside)
  31. Mind Over Media Propaganda Database (by @MedEduLab)
  32. MSON CoursesMalone Schools Online Network
  33. DigCitCommit Coalition and Competencies
  34. Digital Citizenship Resources from Casady School
  35. Show With Media: What Do You Want to CREATE Today?
  36. Sign Up for Wes’ Weekly Educational Technology Newsletter Updates

Check out the #digiURI #MediaLit lesson project @RyanP_McCarty & I created this week: "Unpacking & Understanding Media Controversy" https://t.co/kqDG5SdBGm

This 3 minute [VIDEO] summarizes the lesson objectives & elements: https://t.co/cV6YeMclDh#MediaLiteracy #edtech #DigCit pic.twitter.com/gWLiMIfIJ0

— Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. ??? (@wfryer) July 19, 2019

Oh my goodness! So wonderful to connect with many new Brazilian colleagues and educators this week! #digiURI pic.twitter.com/7lPIb6il8U

— Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. ??? (@wfryer) July 19, 2019

Wow! One of the most impressive #digiURI #MediaLit inquiry projects I have seen all week by ?@carlaarena? & Clarissa Bezerra https://t.co/gawtANNB42 cc ?@cheryloakes50? ?@alicebarr? pic.twitter.com/u446877IW6

— Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. ??? (@wfryer) July 19, 2019

I love the music of Jim Croce. 1 all-time fav is "A Long Time Ago," especially the lyric "Then you started singin' my song…" This is a metaphor I'm using in my podcast & blog post today & have also added to my Twitter byline: "Sharing my ? w @sfryer"https://t.co/YRVrGgf3Ea pic.twitter.com/W3EPbOgX7e

— Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. ??? (@wfryer) July 20, 2019

Enthusiastic Media Literacy Educators” (CC BY 2.0) by Wesley Fryer

All past “Moving at the Speed of Creativity” podcast episodes are archived, dating back to August 2005.

If you enjoyed this post and found it useful, consider subscribing to Wes' free, weekly newsletter. Generally Wes shares a new edition on Monday mornings, and it includes a TIP, a TOOL, a TEXT (article to read) and a TUTORIAL video. You can also check out past editions of Wes' newsletter online free!

Did you know Wes has published several eBooks and "eBook singles?" 1 of them is available free! Check them out! Also visit Wes' subscription-based tutorial VIDEO library supporting technology integrating teachers worldwide!

MORE WAYS TO LEARN WITH WES: Do you use a smartphone or tablet? Subscribe to Wes' free magazine "iReading" on Flipboard! Follow Dr. Wesley Fryer on Twitter (@wfryer), Facebook and Google+. Also "like" Wes' Facebook page for "Speed of Creativity Learning". Don't miss Wesley's latest technology integration project, "Show With Media: What Do You Want to CREATE Today?"

Jul 21 2019

48mins

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