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

May 15th, 2014

new post: Learning and Recovering From Failure in STEM Class

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The video compression & export speed in iMovie on my iPhone 5S is staggeringly fast. Amazing to think what the iPhone will do in 10 years…

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book2read: Make Space: How to Set the Stage for Creative Collaboration via @kjarrett

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@vperezy yes I helped lead an iPad-based student journalism club last spring at Lakeview ES in @YukonDistrict

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WickedEdTech The Truth About Google X: An Exclusive Look Behind The Secretive Lab’s Closed Doors |

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@TParks super work by your students!!! I love all the claymation sharks :-)

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TParks Great 1st/HS collaboration CLE Live! show today! The kids did great!… @Ranalions @Tech4Learning

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iReading: Tech is the place to be for the top entry-level jobs by @infoworld via @ChrisWSimon

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@sfryer here is the link to our water bottle rocket @iesSTEM videos & lesson resources!…

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Fascinating, who knew?! Turnspit Dogs: The Rise And Fall Of The Vernepator Cur via @ npr

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iReading: Joust To The Music: Video Game Evolves Beyond The Screen by @NPR cc @EdGamer

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iReading: Who Cares About Kids? by @edtechokie (good post on 3rd grade retention law & efforts) @OklaEd

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iReading: 5 Tools For The Device Agnostic Classroom by @TechChef4u on @Edudemic

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@JMSPrincipal where do we stand now on common core standards in the Oklahoma legislature? Is a vote to reject scheduled?

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OKMathTeachers PD Opp: 3rd Annual STEM Teacher Institute

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TechChef4u The iPad Ideas Book - Now Available for FREE in iBooks -……

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