The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @wfryer ever

July 11th, 2012

AnoushehAnsari scary how we depend on tech so much but we r not producing the future innovators 2 carry on the torch! STEM Students - onforb.es/MdtrLf

via Twitter for Websites (retweeted on 11:17 PM, Jul 11th, 2012 via Flipboard)

iReading: State [of TN] Launches Its Largest-Ever Teacher Training To Prepare For Common Core flpbd.it/McQgz

via Flipboard

cogdog CogDogBlogged: These Five Guys Are Gonna Chew You Out: Daily Create Challenge cogdogblog.com/9148

via CogDogTweets (retweeted on 10:18 PM, Jul 11th, 2012 via Hootsuite)

MT @ddraper Most logical policy I’ve seen - Reqs prof trust & common sense while enabling humanity wfryer.me/14x via @jonbecker

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iReading: Think we’re moving past the PC? Ask the PC makers bit.ly/M3E6pH (answer: YES!) via @gigaom

via MobileRSS

iReading: First Instance of iOS App Store Malware Detected, Removed m.wired.com/gadgetlab/2012…

via Safari on iOS

iReading: SOPA Lives! New Bill Seeks to Resurrect Expansion of IP Enforcement Powers readwriteweb.com/archives/sopa-…

via Safari on iOS

@ELanghorst very cool! I just showed Rachel your photo of Montecello & she asked, “Who is Thomas Jefferson?!” Good conversation followed!

via Twitter Web Client in reply to ELanghorst

RT @NMHS_Principal: Have you registered to attend yet? Keynote by @coolcatteacher bit.ly/m3ybhz

via Hootsuite

Hashcaster looks like a great tool for edu conference organizers to filter/curate tweets! wfryer.me/14w via @pdierschke

via Hootsuite

iPadMediaCamp Sarah (12 yr old) created the narrated slideshow “Goldilocks and the 2 Bears” w/ @explainevrythng 4 iPad wfryer.me/14v

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 3:30 PM, Jul 11th, 2012 via Twitter Web Client)

iPadMediaCamp Rachel created a narrated slideshow w/ @showmeapp for iPad: My project in 2nd Grade (about @MeetSnowflake ebooks) wfryer.me/14u

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 10:43 AM, Jul 11th, 2012 via Twitter Web Client)

Lori Fey @MSDF_Foundation arguing “MYTH that data-driven instruction limits teachers creativity” wfryer.me/14t via @MichaelPetrilli

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RT @nprnews: School Is ‘Too Easy,’ Say American Students n.pr/NdW1ue via @EdProgress

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