Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. (@wfryer)

Oklahoma City, OK

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September 21st, 2014

new post: 2nd PD Event in Oklahoma: Saturday October 4th! j.mp/XJHhLC

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EdCampOKC New post: 2nd PLAYDATE in OKC: Saturday, October 4th goo.gl/jNa5Uu

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The EdCamp website edcampok.org has been updated to include the Oct 29 OASSP @CCOSA unconference - h/t

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@kwhobbes You want to do a quick Google hang out and discuss troubleshooting this? I will DM you my gmail address

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@kwhobbes You need to remove the “.mp3” from the asset name, let me know if that works

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Awesome work Wyoming educators! 1st state EdCamp coming to Cody Oct 11th! youtube.com/watch?v=el_4Mp… cc @taf1958

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@SMARTinezXO34 good luck with your upcoming EdCamp! I hope it goes well - wish I could attend in person! :-)

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jpk38 If u cant make Yellowstone Edcamp….invite a teacher, parent or student. We r excited. ow.ly/BKGP8

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@Dawn63Dale Our schedule this year is much crazier than last. Almost no time 2collaborate during school time, all is after school

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@jpk38 so much of what we do in school during the day is still ‘ruled by the bell.’ Unless the schedule changes, it’s pretty hard

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@Dawn63Dale my sense is our PLCs have also focused on student test data too. I’m a “special” teacher (STEM) so I can’t attend

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A8 I think the school would need to designate time for PLC networking time if leaders want it to filter down to students

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@kwhobbes so were you able to create a working podcast RSS feed with PodLove

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@DarrinPeppard people in a school-based PLC there are less opportunities for as wide a variety of topics & sessions

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@DarrinPeppard EdCamps are based on the unconference model, which I suppose a PLC could adopt, but because there are fewer…

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@DarrinPeppard No, a PLC really isn’t the same as an EdCamp. Similar, but EdCamps are more differentiated & diverse in focus

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A7 This is the 1st year our school @IESYukon has had PLC time. Once per week grade level or content area teams meet & plan

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yaujauku A5: Last year, we built it around the theme from . We hosted Ts, Ps, Ss & artisans. Felt like a community for sure.

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gr8 use of @padlet to brainstorm upcoming Edcamp CIPLC in @wyoedchat padlet.com/Mr_Ku/yeodzzxz… take note :-)

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It would be great for EdCamp attendees to share their EdCamp learning, & the value of EdCamp attendance & participation

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working with PTA groups & inviting current officers to attend & participate in EdCamps would be great

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@jpk38 @Artegoz EdCamps are a growing movement in our state that will keep gathering steam! We’re moving forward!

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@jpk38 We need to keep inviting more people to participate & directly experience the positive power & potential of EdCamps

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@jpk38 The folks setting our district PD agenda haven’t directly participated in an EdCamp yet as far as I know

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A4 Our school district @YukonDistrict has hosted a regional EdCamp, but not embraced participant-driven PD in-district yet

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@travislape We’ve had EdCamps in Oklahoma in the summer, fall & spring now. @EdCampOKC is in Feb each year

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A3 EdCamp topics can be very narrow & specific, providing changes to talk about things that wouldn’t be “typical” PD sessions

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A3 EdCamps are gr8 b/c Ts are encouraged to vote w our feet: Go to sessions which meet your needs, find another one if needed

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A3 EdCamps are appealing b/c they are based on the idea that EVERY teacher has expertise & experiences to share w others

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A2 EdCamps provide opportunities for collaboration, networking & idea sharing between educators

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@Principal_P The biggest difference between an EdCamp & traditional PD is the unconference organization

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A1 I attended my 5th EdCamp yesterday in Stillwater, Oklahoma. - it was great!

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@kwhobbes then after you upload your podcast episode, you’ll use the name of the episode as the “Episode Media File Slug” in the post

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@kwhobbes …without using dates. go to SETTINGS - MEDIA and uncheck “Organize my uploads into month- and year-based folders” under uploads

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@kwhobbes sorry this is complicated. As I recall, you need to change your media upload settings so everything goes into a single folder…

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@kwhobbes you create new “posts” for non-podcast entries on the site

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@kwhobbes If you use PodLove, when you share podcasts you create them as new “episodes” instead of posts.

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@kwhobbes right, you just one 1 podcasting plugin enabled at a time

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@kwhobbes for Podlove, you find it under the PodLove left sidebar option, it’s called “Podcast Feeds”

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@kwhobbes are you asking that question for the PodPress plugin or PodLove?

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jpk38 Edcamps, schools and PLCs topic Sun at 8 MT @travislape @wfryer @kristenswasnon hopefully dropping in to add expertise

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@kwhobbes The PodLove plugin is under active development & I like the functionality it provides. It will create an RSS feed for you

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@kwhobbes the PodPress plugin can give you some download metrics on your podcast, which I liked, eventually I had problems with it tho

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@kwhobbes I think it’s helpful to use a podcast category also tho

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@kwhobbes If you use a plugin it can create the RSS Feed for you, so you don’t have to use a category feed you setup

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@kwhobbes no you can keep using podpress if you want - I used to use podpress but ran into problems, I like PodLove goo.gl/1V0tEp

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iReading: Taking a selfie inside the National Gallery - a copyright infringement? j.mp/1rfMvuE by @LegalWeek via @olliebray

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@kwhobbes yes, use that category just on the posts which R your podcasts. You have other posts on this WordPress site that aren’t podcasts?

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@kwhobbes something short, I just use “podcast”

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@kwhobbes some of the tutorials/resources on the “Radio Shows” page of Mapping Media may help you too maps.playingwithmedia.com/radio-show/

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@kwhobbes I’m glad to help you! Keep the questions coming. I’m so excited for you that you’re getting going with podcasting!

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@kwhobbes this post explains how to make category feeds - it’s a syntax for the URL, create the category 1st wpbeginner.com/wp-tutorials/h…

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@kwhobbes login to your WordPress dashboard, categories is underneath the posts sidebar option

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@kwhobbes have you created a WordPress category for the podcast? You’ll want to use the RSS feed for that category

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@kwhobbes What are you using to create your podcast feed? Can you share the link?

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The fastest Pictionary “trombone” ever drawn in the history of the game instagram.com/p/tOpIbbOgCT/

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“…higher edu will become a place where innovation, creativity, & open inquiry go to die of…active suppressioj.mp/XHXpgMhYhm

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[VIDEO] Interview with MIT Physics Professor Walter Lewin (value of live demonstrations for learning) youtu.be/97oTDANuZco

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“model of knowledge delivery vs. creation, requires T - S interaction, argument, discussion, questioning, practice…j.mp/1rdwSm1TW

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iReading: A Nightmare Future of Higher Ed j.mp/1ubH9Tw by @leekottner

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“Dragon also will deliver the first-ever 3-D printer in space” j.mp/1utfQR6 by @NASA (space rocket launch earlier today!)

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iReading: How $1.2 Trillion College Debt Crisis Is Crippling Students, Parents & Economy j.mp/1retf0x by @Forbes via @RachelCruze

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“Last month student loan debt exceeded credit card debt in the U.S. - over $1.2 trillion” by @RachelCruze

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iReading: The Minecraft Parent j.mp/1qWMxbU by @magger via @adafruit

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