This is a recording of Dr. Wesley Fryer’s presentation via webinar, “Educational Technology Trends (including STEM)” on April 3, 2014. This was shared over a Zoom desktop videoconference with graduate students enrolled in “EDCI 888 – Proseminar II: Technology Change, Research, and Theory” at Kansas State University in Spring 2014 with Dr. Rosemary Talab. Referenced links and resources are available in this Google Doc.Duration: 00:53:21 Published by Wesley A. Fryer under CC BY NC SA 3.0.
This is an audio recording of the second of seven classes taught by Dr. Wesley Fryer on “Mapping Media to the Common Core: Vol 2.” This session focused on “Quick Edit Videos,” and is the first of two parts. The first half of this class 1.5 hour class focused on digital portfolios and is not included in this recording. Referenced links and resources are included in this Google Doc. Dr. Fryer is using ideas on quick edit videography shared in this class in the chapter on “Quick Edit Videos” for volume two (the next book and ebook) in his Mapping Media series. Additional related links, examples, and resources are available on the “Quick Edit Videos” page of Mapping Media to the Common Core.
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This is an audio recording of a presentation shared by Dr. Wesley Fryer on March 12, 2014, at Church of the Resurrection in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The presentation explored what “digital footprints” are, why it’s important for parents and grandparents to have regular conversations with young people about their digital footprints, how many misconceptions abound concerning teen use of social media, and what we can do to manage our digital footprints constructively. (Note: Near the conclusion of the presentation, Wes inaccurately identified the name of the final video remix as “Come on Eileen” instead of “Video Killed the Radio Star.”)
- It’s Complicated: the social lives of networked teens by dana boyd (Feb 2014)
- No Sense of Place: The Impact of Electronic Media on Social Behavior by Joshua Meyrowitz (1985)
Referenced videos in the presentation included:Duration: 00:53:45 Published by Wesley A. Fryer under CC BY NC SA 3.0.
This is an audio recording of Dr. Wesley Fryer’s class presentation on January 30, 2014, for students in Montana taking the graduate course, “Mapping Media to the Common Core: Part 1″ discussing visual notetaking as well as narrated slideshows and screencasts. Access our class blog (with links to the syllabus and other resources in the right sidebar) on kidblog.org/mmccmt14.Duration: 01:35:55 Published by Wesley A. Fryer under CC BY NC SA 3.0.
This is an audio recording of Dr. Wesley Fryer’s presentation on October 25, 2013, at Rose State College in Midwest City, Oklahoma, discussing “Project Management: Tools, Tips & Tricks.” Access slides from the presentation on: SlideShare!
Duration: 00:55:26 Published by Wesley A. Fryer under CC BY NC SA 3.0.
Recorded audio from Dr. Wesley Fryer’s keynote presentation at the October 13th Florida Art Education Association’s 2013 Conference in Daytona Beach, Florida. In the presentation Wes virtually introduces attendees to creative and digitally connected art educators as well as students, shares some inspirational projects (including narrated art and eBook projects) and encourages educators to become more digitally connected themselves. Wes’ slides are available on SlideShare, and those slides as well as referenced videos are embedded on his handout wiki page for the keynote.Duration: 00:47:14 Published by Wesley A. Fryer under CC BY NC SA 3.0.
This is an audio recording of Wesley Fryer’s presentation, “Roadmap to Blended Learning,” on October 4, 2013, in Canandaigua, New York at an event sponsored by Lightspeed Systems and The New York State Association for Computers and Technologies in Education (NYSCATE). Presentation slides are available on SlideShare. This audio recording has been edited so shared videos, participant discussion time, and break times are not included. The presentation description was:
Duration: 01:43:04 Published by Wesley A. Fryer under CC BY NC SA 3.0.
What is blended learning and why should educators embrace it? How can we move towards a vision of blended learning in our schools? This session presents an OVERVIEW, WAYPOINTS, and DIRECTIONS for the Roadmap to Blended Learning.
This is an audio recording of Felix Jacomino‘s presentation at the Mobile 2013 Conference in Tucson, Arizona, on September 16, 2013. Felix is the Director of Technology at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Day School in Coconut Grove, Florida, just outside Miami. The official conference description for this session was: Administrative support is the most important factor of a school’s success with any program. School heads, leaders, department heads, business officers, and other decision makers will want to attend this session, discussing the do’s and don’ts of implementing mobile devices. Spanning across all aspects involved, topics discussed will include technical requirements and best practices, professional development, BYOD vs school-owned, public relations, parental involvement, student preparedness, and much more. Follow Felix on Twitter: @felixjacomino.Duration: 01:02:12 Published by Wesley A. Fryer under CC BY NC SA 3.0.
This is an audio recording of Carl Hooker’s presentation at the Mobile 2013 Conference in Tucson, Arizona, on September 17, 2013. Carl is the Director of Instructional Technology for Eanes ISD in Austin, Texas. The official conference description for this session was: “With the Flipped Classroom, teachers turn the traditional classroom structure on its head and use technology – typically, mobile devices such as iPads, tablets, or laptops – to reorganize class so that students maximize the value of their time with their teachers and peers. However, after providing students with custom content to consume on mobile devices, and assessing them with student response systems, what does this flipped learning really look like? In this session, we will examine scenarios from elementary through high school that provide examples of these “upside down” learning environments where students engage, explore, and collaborate. The Flipped Classroom isn’t just about bringing iPads or tablets into classrooms – it’s about using them to transform the way that students learn.” Follow Carl on Twitter @mrhooker. Read more on his blog: hookedoninnovation.com.Duration: 01:02:22 Published by Wesley A. Fryer under CC BY NC SA 3.0.
This is an audio recording of Dr. Wesley Fryer’s presentation, Digital Literacy Framework for Common Core, on August 28, 2013, for teachers in Wells-Ogunquit Community School District. Access presentation slides (including links to referenced videos) on SlideShare. (Be SURE, if you have not already, to watch the referenced Google Search Story “Cheryl and Morgan: Learning Independence,” which is about teachers, students and parents in Wells, Maine.) The session description was: To be digitally literate, teachers as well as students need to be able to create and share online a variety of different multimedia products. These media products can be “mapped” to your curriculum, and if you’re in a Common Core state in the United States, to the Common Core State Standards. Interactive Writing, Narrated Art, 5 Photo Stories, Narrated Slideshows / Screencasts, Quick Edit Videos, and eBooks are a few of the media products learners should be able to create and safely share online. In this session, we’ll view different examples of student media products and learn about tools and strategies for helping teachers become digitally literate as “media mappers.” We’ll also explore how librarians and instructional coaches can use the “Mapping Media to the Curriculum” website as a roadmap to help teachers and students create media products as assignments for class and as artifacts in digital portfolios. Learn more and access session resources on maps.playingwithmedia.com.Duration: 00:42:47 Published by Wesley A. Fryer under CC BY NC SA 3.0.