Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. (@wfryer)

Oklahoma City, OK

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October 28th, 2014

Voice_of_Play Goofing off is good for you! huff.to/1oHtuOt

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Mr_Olsen_Says A3.4: Ts too often say, “Research it, write it, turn it in…” then surprised when Ss plagiarize, find less than credible sources

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.@Dawn63Dale a focus on “perfect writing” leads students to shrink away from writing. Best effort writing we need, perfection: No.

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@Dawn63Dale students have great incentive 2 make their work better quality when it is shared openly in public

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@Dawn63Dale I totally agree student work should be edited and continually revised, that is the benefit of the edit button!

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A3 my literacy role involves helping students learn to appropriately engage in digital interactive writing with peers and others

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.@Dawn63Dale if we edit student work to the point where it is “perfect” because of our changes, it is no longer their work…

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.@Dawn63Dale It’s important for all student published work to be authentic. Key is if students “show what they know & can do”

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@Dawn63Dale getting comfortable with imperfect student work published on blogs is SO important for authentic assessment :-)

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LaMotteK1 We learned about pickles. They are made with salt! wonderopolis.org/wonder/how-areā€¦ via @Wonderopolis

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A2 it is also challenging to moderate posts and comments on 12 separate class blogs

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A2 It is hard to carve out time in our limited “specials” STEM class for writing…

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A1 Periodically asking students to write about their learning in STEM on their class Kidblog sites

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Hi - Wes from Oklahoma City. Grade 4-5 STEM teacher @IESYukon

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“…we label as gifted or talented the students who make the fewest mistakes.” j.mp/1tGn2Nn by @edutopia via @nuzzel

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iReading: It’s a Mistake Not to Use Mistakes as Part of the Learning Process j.mp/133D4Wr by @edutopia via @nuzzel

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IESYukon Watercolor prints by Mrs. Myers Art Students! pic.twitter.com/gGx75IO3aS

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iesSTEM Check out Will’s Lego Stopmotion Guitar Jam (Smith - 5th grade) youtu.be/KD6sdLoYUOI

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iReading: YouTube Considering An Ad-Free, Subscription-Based Version j.mp/1zEbu0v by @TechCrunch

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@awyatt I had not heard of that, thanks for the recommendation, I will check it out!

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@jjash awesome, thanks for the shout out! I’m looking forward to seeing and introducing you to @sfryer next week at @MiamiDevice :-)

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Narration of “The Psychology Of Bribery And Corruption” by @PacificStand umano.me/c/GWMjQ @umanoapp

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.@OriginalMisterC you totally rocked your presentation! Your passion and love for music in the classroom is infectious :-)

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k12online New post: K12Online14 Day Seven: October 28, 2014 bit.ly/130Aalp

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An updated list of recommended iOS apps 4 productivity, communication, media sharing & more: j.mp/1wCW34X via @ipadwithwes

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SD63Stellys OP12 students are heading out on Sayward Lakes trip next week Video of last years trip youtu.be/07WOZ4TQDug

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