Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. (@wfryer)

Oklahoma City, OK

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February 9th, 2014

EnidSchools Lead OK’s fastest-growing school districts! Now Hiring: Superintendent @AASAHQ

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iReading: Book Creator j.mp/Nr7N8m by @jdeinhammer (good list of student-created ebooks!)

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Tonight I’m inspired to try the iPad app @30hands Create & Show What You Know qub.me/HAm8zA via @MrsMorgansClass

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tanyapsnook Is there a way to download all the tweets you have favorited?

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@FarleyJeffrey you are most welcome, thanks for the feedback and for participating :-)

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@tanyapsnook I don’t think so - I just know how to download a personal Twitter archive, not favs

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@jdeinhammer gr8 - thanks for sharing that link!

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JonnyCurriculum speaking of $Free.99, @EdCampOKC will be providing free breakfast by @ChickfilA and coffee. Will that get you there?

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A few interactive writing examples by Ss are on the “Interactive Writing” page of Mapping Media qub.me/3gKy6m

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valibrarian Q9 tech coaches can model while being willing to take risks and blaze new territory for digital writers -…

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@txeduchat you are most welcome, thanks for the invite - & thanks to everyone for participating tonight! gr8 discussion :-)

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@rondorland excellent, thanks for the share! I like your term “walls free classroom!”

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@Lori4teachers good idea! I used this @AsapSCIENCE Olympics video yesterday at a conference, super! qub.me/Z2ZSag

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A9 I think tech coaches can really help in setting up class blogs initially for Ts new to blogging, & helping get Ss started

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PaulSolarz A8 - My favorite student-created eBook: Emma wrote a story that teaches children a lesson (scroll down): psolarz.weebly.com/153/post/2013/…

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@PaulSolarz thanks for sharing that Paul!

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Q9 What are the best things technology coaches can do to support interactive digital writing in the classroom?

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Any more student eBook examples come to mind for Q8?

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A8 I’ve collected some examples of student-created iPad ebooks on the eBook page of Mapping Media qub.me/HZaq97

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txeduchat A8: Great examples of student created ebooks. share.playingwithmedia.com/2012/10/01/stu… … I thin@wfryerer shared on G+ and I savedat

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A8 I adore eBook “Our Batak House” by @janeinjava qub.me/UcNLVK gr8 multi-language eBook/intercultural discussions

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millerg6 Getting to the How and Why of Student Blogging: gregmillerprincipal.com/2012/09/15/get…

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millerg6 Student Blogging - A Year and a Half Later: gregmillerprincipal.com/2013/02/08/stu…

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Q8 What are the best examples student-created eBooks using iPads you’ve seen? Please share links!

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@bkuhl2you right! :-) It’s a good term - and I like the analogy from music / remixing

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A7 Be prepared for “teachable moments” relating to digital citizenship - but recognize those are “talks” we want/need 2have w Ss!

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@bkuhl2you I like that term “sampling” - I may steal it! - with attribution of course :-)

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@valibrarian yes, I think app overload is common! @jjash responded at her school by focusing exclusively on “creation apps”

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@MattRossCUHS glad to have you join, Matt - you’re not too late! 15 more minutes to go :-)

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@bkuhl2you What kinds of conversations do you have w Ss that seem to best address plagiarism issues?

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@sue_fitz are those Ss google sites public or private? Can you share an index link to them?

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@PaulSolarz A6 since your students have access to so many platform choices, when to you see them self-selecting iPads most?

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Q7 What pitfalls should teachers avoid/watch out for when students write interactively online?

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@MrsMorgansClass Oh that is a gr8 example of student oral use of math vocabulary using @30hands nice!

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@coachvaughnl do you happen to have a link to those Discovery Ed writing idea handouts? :-)

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@rwootenits I agree, I find the iPad to be a fantastic tool for audio & video recording, then fast sharing!

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rwootenits A6 One of the things about iPad is that it provides multiple means of expression and representation

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@fab5thgrade that is a gr8 idea - reminds me of an app @shannonmmiller loves to use w/ students for mystery locations!

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amysoupy A3: also important to model comments that continue the conversation instead of killing it.

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Q6 How do iPads compare to Chromebooks or other laptops for supporting student writing?

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@PaulSolarz that is gr8! Do you use the hashtag to encourage more feedback on student posts?

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Student Blogging Challenges by @pernilleripp qub.me/i9iSUK is gr8 for writing prompts

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A5 I use some short YouTube videos like those by @AsapSCIENCE to have students write responses - gr8 Olympics ones recently!

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teachkiwi I love @30hands for writing. Designed for every step of writing process & can be collaborative and global @SouthShoreEric is fab

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@mrsjones72812 @fab5thgrade I need to give @tellagami a try & share it with my Ss? Can you use a shared class account?

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Q5 Where do you draw inspiration for student digital writing prompts?

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@Cowpernicus I’m not familiar with the Remarks iPad app qub.me/VLUdBR How are your Ts & Ss using it?

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Any more answers for Q4 on fav iPad apps supporting student digital writing?

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@iPadEFLTeacher yes thanks for mentioning @WriteAboutThis - I’ll ask a question next about writing prompts - super idea :-)

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@sue_fitz @tanyapsnook Do students need to have their own email accounts to have individual @LiveBinders accounts?

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A4 I also really like asking students to record audio responses with @audioboo & then having them link recordings on their blogs

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A4 The @KidblogDotOrg iPad app is one of the main writing apps my students have used this year qub.me/tsyJSv

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@rondorland welcome Ron, so glad you could join us tonight! :-)

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@mcnairan3 @bruscos what web link are you referring to that addresses “accountable talk?”

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@DavidGraham09 We all have & can develop our capacities for evaluating appropriateness in different contexts, including writing

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Q4 What iPad apps are most useful to support student digital writing?

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@rwootenits Have you seen rubrics misused / not used appropriately when it comes to student interactive digital writing?

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@rwootenits yes absolutely, I think rubrics can be used very constructively in digital writing

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@DavidGraham09 I don’t think we should seek inappropriate digital writing per se, but discussions around that topic can be gr8

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@DavidGraham09 well, I think appropriate / inappropriate are terms we need to discuss & define together w our Ss…

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fab5thgrade A2: Authentic is their peers! Create an environment for positive feedback from peers on writing.

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fab5thgrade A3: Ts can help Ss learn to respond & comment online appropriately by Modeling Modeling Modeling!

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@janhodgelibrary How have you seen Ts share their modeling of digital writing with Ss?

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A3 Highlighting examples of good comments that include specific feedback, questions for the original author, etc can help Ss

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GarrettRachelE : Ss learn from non examples. Show some appropriate (but rude) responses and go from there

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@GarrettRachelE great point! those become the “teachable moments” everyone remembers, right?!

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A3 I really like @lindayollis ‘s post from 2010 “How to Compose a Quality Comment!” qub.me/0IvCQd

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Q3 How can teachers best help students learn to respond & comment online appropriately?

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camcalis A2 It is critical to prepare + encourage s’s to share their creations globally-blogging? Be proud of your work.

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Cowpernicus @wfryer you cannot stop the power and innovation of an excited, empowered teacher, exciting and empowering their students.

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@PaulSolarz I’d love to get some of our @IESYukon classrooms involved in QuadBlogging? Have your Ts & Ss tried it?

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PaulSolarz A2 - Quad Blogging is an exciting idea. Four classrooms, each one taking turns commenting on the others’ blogs.

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@tanyapsnook @Cowpernicus So do you all know of school boards who prohibit interactive, public online digital writing now?

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A2 Teachers can tweet links to specific student blog posts using the hashtag to invite more feedback

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@Cowpernicus yes :-( That continues on both sides of our border. It can be challenging to show benefits of public sharing

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@sblwilliams yes definitely! Various forms of social media can support writing & stories

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_ShawnaMiller Digital writing has opened our Ss attitudes up to writing more than one and gone. “Drafts” aren’t so bad now.

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@bkuhl2you A1 I think the rapid feedback possible with blogging has changed the timeframe for polishing & publishing for sure

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Q2 How can teachers help students build an authentic audience writing online in shared spaces?

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A1 Classroom “interactive digital writing” should be shared publicly so parents & other Ss in other places can comment

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valibrarian A1 interactive digital writing (as all good writing) is a process & should include reflection, revision for Ss Ts

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RT @nathan_stevens @wfryer @richroberts_wsd have students storyboard and write scripts help them work through the process

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@richroberts_wsd Why do you think eBook creation with media is key? Can that involve digital interactivity?

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@bkuhl2you A1 by “interactive digital writing” I mean writing that takes place online, & allows different people to reply/respond

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A1 @bkuhl2you yes, I think “interactive digital writing” includes interaction between all of those groups…

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@tanyapsnook great to have you join in, Tanya… I think you win the award for the biggest smile in your Twitter profile pic :-)

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Q1 What should “interactive digital writing” look like in schools for Ss & Ts?

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I’m a grade 4-5 STEM teacher in Yukon, Oklahoma at @IESYukon @iesSTEM @YukonDistrict

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Welcome everyone! Please introduce yourself with your educational role & location :-)

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Join in 10 min to discuss “Improving student writing with iPads”

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valibrarian Join @wfryer tonight at 8pm Central for - topic: improving writing with iPads @dogtrax @tellio @kfasimpaur

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txeduchat WOOT! Only 1 hour until with @wfryer txeduchat.com/improving-writ…
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eyesrightblog Recommended website to reference comparing Islam & Christianity: Unchanging Word ow.ly/3h4eds via @NAQureshi

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Listening to naqureshi share to a full house @ First Presbyterian Church instagram.com/p/kNiyTuOgB0/

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Full House for Nabeel Qureshi @NAQureshi this afternoon flic.kr/p/jVskFH

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iReading: As the line between platform and publisher continues to blur, who wins and who loses j.mp/1bgJEMk by @mathewi @gigaom

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iReading: Digital Storytelling and Stories with the iPad j.mp/1eG8dD6 by @tracywatanabe via @mcleod

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Cowpernicus Sunday on @wfryer hosts 8-9pm Central - Improving Writing with iPads @rrisdpd
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@mtechman let me know if I can help your visual notetaking efforts in any way :-) @bhwilkoff

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naqureshi sharing about Islam & Christianity today @ First Presbyterian Church instagram.com/p/kM2X2SugBG/

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RT @eyesrightblog: gr8 visual notetaking examples: Doodling in Church j.mp/1liAoYT by @drkbrf via Jackson Dame & @rohdesign

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iReading: Sketchnoting: Learn how to enjoy note-taking j.mp/1dzl9o0 by Jackson Dame via @rohdesign @okaplus

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iReading: 5 Free Easy Ways to Publish eBooks by @ajjuliani j.mp/1eK1dDs on @coolcatteacher

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Tom_Kilgore Sunday on @wfryer hosts 8-9pm Central - Improving Writing with iPads @rrisdpd
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