Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. (@wfryer)

Oklahoma City, OK

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

September 22nd, 2015

grendelrick A6 As superintendent, I get into the schools, classrooms, and activities; let Ts know I value the work they do; meet Ss and Ps too

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@carinbarrett I’m not posting anything negative about the book, but don’t want others to read it based on my retracted recommendations…

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@carinbarrett well, even tho some people say “tweets ? endorsements” I think when I share something I’m endorsing it at some level…

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new post: Managing WordPress Installations in CPANEL (Monday Sept 28th) http://t.co/00gr6uQCqN #OklaEd #OKC #WordPressOKC #WebDesign

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Interested in WordPress & in OKC area? I’ll present “Managing WordPress Installations in CPANEL” Mon, Sep 28 http://t.co/Uc4HkseHp6 #OklaEd

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@paula1mchale it’s the recommended book in this series of archived tweets http://t.co/k3QLtPRFgS

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@sandracarswell it was among the books mentioned in the recent @TEDRadioHour series on screen time. The 3 deleted tweets are still archived

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@carinbarrett I don’t think it’s a banned book… some really important stories & perspectives, but also a dark turn…

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just had to delete some past tweets referencing an author whose book turns out to be far “darker” than I thought it would be. Yuk.

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RT @CasadySTEM: new post: Catapult Projects in @casadyschoolokc Elementary STEM Club http://t.co/CCKLKHiFA1 #OklaEd #MakerEd

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oksde The best duo to follow on Twitter if you want to keep up with Oklahoma math and English Language Arts? @_levi_ and @mrjoshflores!

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iReading: How to Incubate Creativity in School Through Making and Discovery by @kschwart via @Makerspaces_com #stem http://t.co/2LtITO88It

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thekidshouldsee Exploring a comet or asteroid with @NASAJPL’s & @Stanford’s Hedgehog concepts. buff.ly/1j4XXsi pic.twitter.com/RMzaSH0DIt

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Influential 2010 book for pedagogy change: Educating Physicians - A Call for Reform of Medical School and Residency http://t.co/OSgGl2bvF4

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“In addition2 pedagogical changes, students [at Harvard Medical School] will start practical work much sooner” #stem https://t.co/66sXAdLDPU

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“Ss are expected to memorize facts on their own time & come to class ready to think on their feet & work in groups” https://t.co/66sXAdLDPU

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iReading: Harvard Medical School revamps curriculum by @laurakrantz in @bostonglobe #BlendedLearning #YouTube https://t.co/66sXAdLDPU

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iReading: YouTube goes to Harvard medical school by @gigabarb in @FortuneMagazine #FlippedClass #create2learn http://t.co/SS9IDK6tde

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@EdTechMuse looks like “Little Story Maker” app hasn’t been updated in the App Store since 2012, so it’s still going to be buggy

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