Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. (@wfryer)

Oklahoma City, OK

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

January 22nd, 2016

AnnieJacobsen brain chip program “aims for fully implantable devices able to connect with up to 1M neurons.” ow.ly/XpQF9

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AnnieJacobsen Arabia’s top cleric declares chess “forbidden” and calls it “the work of Satan.” Hmm. nyti.ms/1RCfRS9

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My mind is being stretched thinking about the present & future uses of “directed energy weapons” via @AnnieJacobsen pic.twitter.com/Ryjd4WyXHn

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If you’re an educator near Sao Paulo, Brazil, join me for the @STEMseeds STEM Institute @GradedBR March 14-15, 2016! graded.br/stem

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sfryer My @ptokc Students + @JediOKC_Club Star Wars Characters + Green Screen = Force Friday! pic.twitter.com/fuHvMpBt5W

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ptokc Making movies in @sfryer’s class and learning to use the green screen with @JediOKC_Club and @OKCR2! pic.twitter.com/2jDEQ3ZfPp

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iReading: MinecraftEdu - Education Edition j.mp/1Po1X5O official FAQ by @MinecraftEdu about @Microsoft purchase/acquisition

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MinecraftTeachr I’m answering questions about the Microsoft purchase of @MinecraftEdu in this thread. AMA, as the kids say. j.mp/23eSt0P

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My week on Twitter: 85 New Followers, 137 Mentions, 225K Mention Reach. How’s your audience growing? via sumall.com/myweek

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@MrChase @thomascmurray my key takeaway is I want to encourage more teacher sharing of student work & innovative learning/classroom photos

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@MrChase @thomascmurray made me think more deeply about how our choice of images can push innovation, or raise a blame card / point fingers

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@MrChase @thomascmurray …the conversation going was a main goal, then that was accomplished and successful.

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@MrChase @thomascmurray I think it was the juxtaposition of the 2 non-attributed classrooms which rubs the wrong way. Of course, if getting

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@MrChase @thomascmurray …to push for innovation, or instead share specific, attributed/identified classroom photos OF exemplars?

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@MrChase @thomascmurray I think it’s more than that tho. Do we choose to share images of essentially anonymous “non-exemplar” classrooms…

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@MrChase @thomascmurray asking more questions is always a good idea… that’s what we’ve been able to do here on Twitter with this convo :-)

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@MrChase I think @thomascmurray did share those images afterward… if someone (as I did) just sees 1 image tho, that context is lost

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@thomascmurray this is a reminder to myself to carefully consider images I share. It’s kind of a glass half-empty or half-full situation

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@thomascmurray I agree. And of course when someone else chooses to take a single image or tweet it can be mis-read without full context

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@thomascmurray …what I think are the same goals: to push for innovation, creativity, new learning spaces, engaged learning… etc.

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@thomascmurray images are powerful and can reside in our minds for a long time. I’m suggesting a different image sharing strategy for…

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@thomascmurray lots has changed in many classrooms positively in terms of innovation. Images like yours suggest nothing has :-(

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@thomascmurray …images of innovation if we want to push for / advocate for change, rather than images which suggest nothing has changed

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@thomascmurray I’ll write a post about this b/c it’s a bit much for 140 characters… but my thought is that we’re better served to show…

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Images like this do little to constructively promote innovation in schools cc @USCTeacher @edtechjam @thomascmurray pic.twitter.com/k4XU5gW7JS

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iReading: STEAM at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum by @USCTeacher via @stephanieetxe rossieronline.usc.edu/blog/steam-smi…

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iReading: STEM to STEAM: Resources Toolkit by @edutopia via @naomiharm edutopia.org/stem-to-steam-…

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naomiharm Sign up to get the beta version of the app here: goo.gl/fuQb6c  More info here:..goo.gl/Eqp82bIZ

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@TechRevMarrell you are welcome! My dad grew up in NW Wyoming so we always saw them in tourist shops traveling there in summer :-)

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I updated our “Family Oral History” webpage so each person has their own page, with commenting turned on learningsigns.speedofcreativity.org/family-oral-hi…

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