Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. (@wfryer)

Oklahoma City, OK

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

January 25th, 2014

@CuttingEdgu I am glad to learn about your podcast & look forward to more episodes :-)

via Mobile Web (M5) in reply to CuttingEdgu

new post: Academic Publishing and Relevance j.mp/1geGomJ

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iReading: Erased Answers on Tests in Philadelphia Lead to a Three-Year Cheating Scandal j.mp/1gekS1x by @nytimes via @CUS_OISE

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iReading: The Maker Movement and the Rebirth of Constructionism j.mp/1dZ4ZtZ by @HybridPed via @thay222

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read my letter: Do your children dread the question, “What did you do in school today?” j.mp/1aWurdL

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I’ve updated the podcast feed for “Moving at the Speed of Creativity Podcasts” (with Feedburner) j.mp/1fmAeMu

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iReading: QuickCast Arrives in the Mac App Store j.mp/1jwCW7p by @rmbyrne

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new post: Post-Workshop Reflections on Improving Student Writing with iPads j.mp/1e5IKAU

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iReading: A Global Audience to Inspire Your Students j.mp/1enP03m by @TeamTait via @ShellTerrell

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jenniferward The work is too hard to do on our own…we must keep sharing.

via Twitter for Android (retweeted on 3:40 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

DogearedCarrie Librarians too! RT @Lpahomov Suggested motto for teachers at — “move towards the fear.”

via web (retweeted on 3:39 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

@rtillsley I think I would change that from “interesting” to “caring” adults cc @garystager

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batman44 change the school schedule to include (not add) meaningful pd time… And opportunities for students.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 3:35 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

ginrob_pt “Learn or learn not; there is no teaching” Yoda at

via Echofon (retweeted on 3:27 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

djakes RT @csessums: what can you do as a change agent when people are considered the main problem?

via web (retweeted on 3:27 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

plugusin Here’s what I learned from @djakes and @fryed today. pic.twitter.com/3HkPf8uhbP

via Twitter for Android (retweeted on 3:24 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

mosspike “Interview with the type of questions that create stories to build .”

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 1:59 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

EdSurge “You need to stop teaching the kids you WISH were in the room and start teaching the kids who are.”~ @dlaufenberg

via web (retweeted on 1:58 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

garystager The store on 2nd floor is selling our book, “Invent To Learn.” All proceeds to SLA! Please retweet

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 1:58 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

mpowers3 Giving students choice doesn’t mean total freedom, it means scaffolding & helping students learn how to make choices that help them

via HootSuite (retweeted on 1:57 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

plugusin Engaging students shouldn’t be our primary goal. pic.twitter.com/PlE6A425Iz

via Twitter for Android (retweeted on 1:57 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

These simple designbyikea designer photos w short annotations inspire me - thinking of @IESYukon instagram.com/p/jmpsHmugDi/

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iReading: Learners Should Be Developing Their Own Essential Questions j.mp/1jvZ1mx via @teacherstone

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casas_jimmy If you make something & don’t share it, was it made? - Mark Hatch via @andycinek

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 1:22 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

CarrieRossTX You can have a standard “what” without a standardized “how”. There are multiple routes to get to the same place

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 1:21 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

RafranzDavis Love this idea! Celebrate the risk…”mistake of the year award”

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 1:21 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

BigPurpleHat Bandwidth is the currency that knowledge will be traded in @rkiker

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 1:20 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

kblakeway@treyboden: preso NOW. Here is the actual link to the conversation. educonphilly.org/conversations/…”. Great presentation!!!

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 1:16 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

jackiegerstein When kids answer “Nothing” to question, “What did you do today at school?” - this is a BIG problem.They should be filed w/ stories

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 1:16 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

iReading: Some Pre-Session Thoughts On Creating And Using Open Content j.mp/1dY8LUo by @funnymonkey

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iReading: Teaching Environments - Making Space for a Positive Culture j.mp/1dY89y2 by @EdTech_Stories

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samchaltain “The 1st step in redesigning a classroom is discarding the notion that it should be a classroom.” @djakes

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 12:44 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

sammorra “It is a moral obligation to give students access.” Participant at

via Twitter for iPad (retweeted on 12:43 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

plugusin Here’s why matters to me: Preaching to the Educhoir. pic.twitter.com/jyowgDx5ud

via Twitter for Android (retweeted on 12:39 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

casas_jimmy Don’t ask a student what they want to be when they grow up. Ask them what problem they want to solve. - @jcasap

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 12:38 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

TheRealMrBanks You can create 1-1 tech w/ a purchase order, your organization needs direction & a plan to make it a success! @Dwight_Carter

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 12:36 PM, Jan 25th, 2014 via HootSuite)

Chicken & Waffles w @Legoarf & Scrolls on Twitch TV instagram.com/p/jmcudKOgNU/

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@sfryer & I are watching our son @Legoarf stream Scrolls gameplay live on Twitch for the 2nd time twitch.tv/legoarf cc @edgamer

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new post: Lessons Learned With Elementary STEM Centers j.mp/1aVeUL9 @iesSTEM

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mjsamberg “We’re so used to having all parts of our lives personalized, but comfortable with checking that at the door in education.” @rec54

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ChristianLong Striking / pragmatic point by US Dept of Ed’s Dir. of Tech: “Technology will *accelerate*…but its up to you to figure out *what*.”

via HootSuite (retweeted on 9:09 AM, Jan 25th, 2014 via Buffer)

jackiegerstein Why do teachers/education “make-up” problems for students to solve when there are so many real life ones to solve Culatta

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