Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. (@wfryer)

Oklahoma City, OK

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

January 24th, 2014

@DaraKappel gr8! I’m writing 2nd volume of this spring on ebooks, quick edit videos & simulations/games ow.ly/sW3lz

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chrislehmann Great quote from @jcasap - “We are in danger of making bad education faster and more efficient.”

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iReading: Chromebooks Take Other Mobile PCs to School j.mp/1fjDfxc by @WSJ via @MindShiftKQED

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iReading: Duncan Says Gates Has No Seat at the Education Policy Table j.mp/1jtGze5 by @DianeRavitch

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MT @missmac100: I love that @KidblogDotOrg has the twitter icon that automatically adds for me! :)

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chrislehmann @opencontent really talking powerfully about how profit margin corrupts pedagogy.

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gericoats @plugusin the human connection is what makes teaching special… It is how I get my students to learn, I relate to them as humans

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MT @missmac100: Did you see our stop motion video of the snowman? j.mp/1dCdmpb

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Spontaneous browser-based musical creativity! j.mp/1fjrwyA

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@missmac100 that is really awesome. Your students are very blessed to have you as such a creative teacher! :-)

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@missmac100 I didn’t realize that @KidblogDotOrg added that feature! Thanks for sharing it! :-)

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@missmac100 my wife @sfryer just saw your snowman stopmotion video too! Did your Ss build the mini-snowman outside?

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@missmac100 thanks for sharing, it’s great stopmotion!

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@missmac100 I found Camden’s post thanks to your hashtag!

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MrsKnabe @MrsKnabe: It is important to note that struggling readers are not necessarily struggling thinkers.

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Elle_Kaye_W Artificial intelligence…having been a student and believing it qualifies you as an expert on education and teachers

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@VirginiaGwyn so glad you could join & participate in today’s workshop! I hope you took away some good ideas :-)

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@Braddo no, unfortunately we never solved that problem, and our HS librarian abandoned Google calendars for scheduling :-(

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gr8 @audioboo audio recordings by 4th graders in @LewisvilleISD j.mp/1aSq2bG

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AnnVanZandt Thanks @wfryer for sharing—technology “vocab” to help parents & community members translate terminology! pic.twitter.com/7wwa6KLrWi

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I subscribed to @duncanbilingual & @Kenya75 ‘a education podcast wfryer.me/3yv w PocketCasts by..instagram.com/p/jj5Vy9OgNY/yU

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AnnVanZandt “We remember what we do!” ~ @wfryer
Let’s not just tell learners about things…let’s let them EXPERIENCE it!

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iReading: Teachit Timer - A Slick Classroom Activity Timer j.mp/1dUmgEz by @rmbyrne (looks really gr8!)

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