This is an audio recording of Lorin Swenson and Wes Fryer’s presentation, “Tips for Managing, Wifi, iPads, and Chromebooks” at the 2016 Interactive Learning Institute (ILI) on November 30, 2016, in Norman, Oklahoma. ILI is sponsored by the K20 Center at the University of Oklahoma, and is an annual event focused on sharing best practices for technology integration in K12 classrooms. Grant recipients for OETT (the Oklahoma Education Technology Trust) administered by the K20 Center are among the participants in the conference, but it is open to educators at all levels from any school. The quality of this audio recording improves quite a bit about six minutes into the presentation, because we relocated the recorder in the room. The official program description for this session was:
Learn tips from the IT Department staff at Casady School about managing school wifi in a BYOD environment, managing iPad apps and access restrictions with an MDM (mobile device manager), and managing student Chromebooks using the Google Apps for Education (GAFE) administrator console. We’ll also address our layered network security strategy including endpoint security software, a next-generation firewall (NGFW) with in-line deep packet inspection (DPI), and more.
Check the podcast shownotes for links to the slides used in the presentation as well as other referenced resources and websites.
This is a recording of a presentation by Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) at the Fall 2016 Kansas Google Summit in Maize, Kansas, on November 12. The title of the session was, “Quick Edit Videography Tips.” In the session participants watched 12 examples of classroom “quick edit” videos, discussed tips for student smartphone video projects, as well as workflows for publishing and sharing student video projects. Check out the podcast shownotes for links to referenced resources. Subscribe to additional audio podcasts by Wesley Fryer on Fuel for Educational Change Agents (https://audio.speedofcreativity.org), Moving at the Speed of Creativity Podcasts (http://www.speedofcreativity.org/resources/socpodcast/) and The EdTech Situation Room (http://edtechsr.com). Kansas Google Summits are hosted twice per year, in the fall in Maize, Kansas, and in the spring in Lawrence, Kansas. Follow Dr. Robert Moody on Twitter (@DrRobertMoody) to stay updated on dates, locations, registration links, etc.
This is a recording of a presentation by Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) at the Fall 2016 Kansas Google Summit in Maize, Kansas, on November 12. The title of the session was, “Geo-Maps for Geo-Literacy.” The session description was:
A Geo-Map media project can include text, hyperlinks, images, and videos connected to locations on virtual maps. Geo-Map projects can provide windows into events, concepts, places and stories which join disparate media elements into a cohesive digital narrative. Come learn how to use Google Map resources to start creating Geo-Maps and having your students create Geo-Maps to show what they know using multimedia combined with powerful, digital geographic tools!
All referenced resources from the session, including a 12 minute step-by-step video screencast tutorial, are available on http://showwithmedia.com/geo-map. Check out the podcast shownotes for more. Subscribe to additional audio podcasts by Wesley Fryer on Fuel for Educational Change Agents (https://audio.speedofcreativity.org), Moving at the Speed of Creativity Podcasts (http://www.speedofcreativity.org/resources/socpodcast/) and The EdTech Situation Room (http://edtechsr.com). Kansas Google Summits are hosted twice per year, in the fall in Maize, Kansas, and in the spring in Lawrence, Kansas. Follow Dr. Robert Moody on Twitter (@DrRobertMoody) to stay updated on dates, locations, registration links, etc.
This is an audio recording of a presentation by Wesley Fryer and Aric Sappington about Google Classroom on December 7, 2015, at Casady School in Oklahoma City. This was an after-school faculty meeting for middle division (grade 5-8) teachers. Wes’ referenced Google Slides from his presentation, which was the first half, are included below. Some of the referenced third party websites and services referenced by Aric are also included in the shownotes.
This podcast is a recording of Jake Heister’s presentation, “Chrome Improvement: Building Your Chromebook Toolbox” at the October 8, 2015, Oklahoma Technology Association (OTA) Encyclo-Media Conference in Oklahoma City. The description of the session was: Many schools are buying Google Chromebooks and asking, “Now what?” This session will introduce participants to a wide array of extensions, apps, and Chromebook-compatible sites for classroom use. Check the podcast shownotes for the link to Jake’s Google Slideshow, his Twitter channel, and other referenced resources.
This is an audio recording of Dr. Wesley Fryer’s presentation, “Google Hangouts 101” on June 10, 2014, at the EdTech Team’s Texas Summit featuring Google Apps for Education in Richardson. The breakout session description was: A Google Hangout is a free, web-based videoconference that can include up to 10 participants and an unlimited number of viewers who can participate via text Q&A. Google Hangouts support document and screensharing, as well as optional recording for archival and later viewing on YouTube. Google Hangouts are a fantastic platform for teacher and class collaboration. The Google Connected Classrooms program provides opportunities for students to participate in free virtual field trips throughout the year on a variety of engaging topics. Come learn how to add Google Hangouts to your virtual teacher toolbox! Session resources including presentation slides and referenced videos are available on Wes’ handouts wiki.
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.
This is an unedited recording of Wesley Fryer’s coaching session with a librarian in Yukon Public Schools on September 5, 2012. In the session we created a free YouTube channel and learned how to both edit and publish video with iMovie for iPad. Here are some links related to our coaching discussions:
This is an audio recording of Lucy Gray‘s breakout session, “Beyond Search,” on August 6, 2012, at the Blackfoot Educational Technology Conference in Missoula, Montana. Resources from Lucy’s presentation are available on this blog post. Her presentation slides are available via SlideShare. The official conference session description was: “Participants will be able to: Use critical thinking skills to improve their own searches, Explore ways to teach search in their classrooms, Understand the importance of search as THE essential 21st century skill, Explore Google tools and features that will boost their own productivity. Join Google Certified Teacher Lucy Gray to discover ways to promote search literacy in your classroom. Search is the essential 21st century skill and in this session, participants will learn to fully utilize Google search features and techniques. Session attendees will also have the opportunity to explore tools such as Google Book Search, Google Scholar, and Google News. Participants will come away from this session with an understanding of search and the importance of establishing a research stance in schools.” My text notes from the session are also available. Follow Lucy on Twitter: @elemenous