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Moving at the Speed of Creativity podcasts focus on education, twenty-first century literacy, blended learning, technology integration, and educational leadership.

Moving at the Speed of Creativity podcasts focus on education, twenty-first century literacy, blended learning, technology integration, and educational leadership.
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Moving at the Speed of Creativity podcasts focus on education, twenty-first century literacy, blended learning, technology integration, and educational leadership.

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Episodes

Podcast462: Inspired by Tricia Fuglestad and Make Media Camp Lessons Learned

7/15/2018
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Welcome to Episode 462 of Moving at the Speed of Creativity podcasts, a now-wildly irregular podcast by Dr. Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) focusing on digital creativity, media literacy, educational literacy and instructional technology. This episode includes two segments. The first is an interview with Megan Thompson (@seeingnewshapes), our elementary art teacher at Casady School in Oklahoma City. This past spring, Megan had an opportunity to travel to the Chicago area and spend part of a day...

Duration:01:14:32

Podcast461: Instructional Coaching, Middle School French Class and Explain Everything for iPad

5/13/2018
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Welcome to episode 461 of Moving at the Speed of Creativity by Wesley Fryer, from March 18, 2018. This podcast features an introductory overview about instructional coaching and technology integration coaching specifically, drawing on the author's experiences in this role with teachers since the late 1990s. In addition to defining instructional coaching, keys to successful instructional coaching experiences for mentor teachers as well as coaches are highlighted, as well as "lessons...

Duration:00:47:56

Podcast460: UCO and OCCC Concurrent Classes, GitHub in CompSci, and Elementary Coding Lessons

3/13/2018
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Welcome to episode 460 of Moving at the Speed of Creativity by Wesley Fryer, from March 13, 2018. This podcast features a series of three recent interviews, and opens with a recommendation to try the newly updated Anchor.fm website and Anchor mobile app for podcast creation and publishing. The first interview is with high school senior Sarah Fryer, who shares her experiences and lessons learned taking concurrent classes from the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) and the Oklahoma City...

Duration:01:23:01

Podcast459: Highlights from OETC 2018

2/18/2018
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This podcast features three different recordings from the 2018 Ohio Educational Technology Conference, which was held in Columbus, Ohio, February 12-14, 2018. The first is an interview with high school students who have learned how to create interactive games using Scratch software. They also have created DIY game controllers using the MakeyMakey and supplies like tin foil, cardboard, alligator clips, play dough, and bananas. The second interview is with high school senior Arthur...

Duration:00:34:21

Podcast458: Reflections and Lessons Learned from STEAM Studio Fall 2017

12/3/2017
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This podcast features a recorded audio reflection by Megan Thompson (@seeingnewshapes) and Wes Fryer (@wfryer) on their co-led fall 2017 "STEAM Studio" class for 2nd, 3rd and 4th graders at Casady School in Oklahoma City. This is an eight week after-school program, and this was the second year for Megan and Wes to collaborate on STEAM Studio. Check out the podcast shownotes for links to referenced resources including "The Creative Learning Spiral" by Mitch Resnik (@mres), the new book...

Duration:00:35:15

Podcast457: Inspiring Creativity and Curiosity with Media

11/23/2017
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This podcast features an almost-complete recording of Dr. Wesley Fryer's keynote, "Inspiring Creativity and Curiosity with Media," on November 18, 2017, in Cairo, Egypt at the second annual EduForum Conference. The keynote description was: "As automation and the disruptive march of technology continues into virtually every aspect of our lives, it is vital we cultivate both creativity and curiosity in our students. Many jobs and vocations of the future will require teamwork, collaboration,...

Duration:00:48:30

Podcast456: Teaching and Learning in an AI First World

11/5/2017
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This podcast features a recording of Dr. Wesley Fryer's breakout session at G Camp OKC on November 4, 2017, titled "Teaching and Learning in an AI First World." Referenced slides are available on http://wfryer.me/aifirst and include all referenced videos, including those mentioned but not shown during the presentation. Please refer to the podcast shownotes for a complete list of referenced articles and videos from the presentation. If you have feedback, please contact Wes via Twitter...

Duration:00:51:23

Podcast455: EdTech Struggles and Aspirations

9/22/2017
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This podcast is a reflection by Dr. Wesley Fryer on some of the educational technology related challenges as well as aspirations he currently has as a school director of technology, technology integration coach, and after-school "STEAM Studio" co-teacher. These challenges include cultivating a school learning culture supportive of creativity, innovation, whimsy, and cross-curricular connections. They also include helping students transition into and succeed within a comparatively...

Duration:00:48:51

Podcast454: Inspiring Student Creativity with Media #KVATE2017

7/26/2017
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This podcast features a recording of Dr. Wesley Fryer's opening keynote address at the 2017 KVATE (Kaw Valley Academy of Technology and Education) Conference on July 24, 2017, in St. Marys, Kansas. The title of the keynote was, "Inspiring Student Creativity with Media." In addition to highlighting examples of "WOW work" by students (borrowing a wonderful term from Seesaw professional development coordinator Angela Gadtke @MrsGadtke) the keynote also included a "digital magic trick" demo...

Duration:00:46:28

Podcast453: Reflections on ISTE 2017 and iPad Media Camp - Jackson, Wyoming

7/2/2017
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In this podcast from July 1, 2017, Shelly and Wesley Fryer reflect on takeaways and important learning points from the 2017 ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) Conference in San Antonio, Texas. They also reflect on what went well and what was learned at the iPad Media Camp they co-facilitated in Jackson, Wyoming, for 45 area educators. Check out the podcast shownotes on speedofcreativity.org for links to referenced resources and apps mentioned during the podcast. If...

Duration:00:47:37

Podcast452: Classroom Wireless Projection Options, Coding, Toy Hacking, CyberSecurity & More from ATLIS 2017

4/28/2017
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This podcast features an extended reflection by Dr. Wesley Fryer on the multitude of educational technology learning nuggets he gleaned from sessions shared at the ATLIS 2017 Conference in Burbank, California, April 23-26, 2017. All of Wes' shared notes from keynotes, workshops and sessions at ATLIS 2017 are available in a shared Google Drive folder linked from wfryer.me/atlis17. Refer to the podcast shownotes for specific websites, resources, videos, tweets, and other referenced links...

Duration:00:52:27

Podcast451: SeeSaw, Enriched Assessment, Creating and Making with iPads

3/10/2017
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This podcast features an interview with Shelly Fryer, discussing the use of SeeSaw to create student portfolios, strategies for enriched assessment using iPads, and her recent experiences leading professional development workshops for Oklahoma A+ Schools. She also discusses her recent experiences at EdCampOKC, a regional "unconference" for area educators, her students' recent eBook projects which culminated their Black History research unit, and reflected on STEM/STEAM lessons her her...

Duration:00:49:33

Podcast450: Great Classroom iPad Projects and Activities (Nov 2016)

12/3/2016
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This podcast features a recording of Wesley Fryer's breakout session, "Great Classroom iPad Projects and Activities" 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...

Duration:01:02:22

Podcast449: Innovating with Google Tools - Digital Citizenship in the Security State

11/21/2016
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Welcome to the November 20, 2016, podcast episode of "Moving at the Speed of Creativity" with Wesley Fryer. This episode includes two recent presentation recordings by Wes from the last two weeks. The first was the opening keynote at the November 12, 2016, Google Summit in Maize, Kansas, titled "Innovating with Google Tools." The second is an audio recording of Wes' TEDx presentation on Saturday, November 19, 2016, at Waller Middle School in Enid, Oklahoma. Wes was one of three adult...

Duration:00:50:26

Podcast448: Artificial Reality, Free Online Learning Channels & STEAM Studio

11/6/2016
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Welcome to the November 5, 2016, podcast episode of "Moving at the Speed of Creativity" with Wesley Fryer, which explores topics relating to artificial reality, free online learning channels and a STEAM Studio reflection. Wes discusses Steven Levy's recent article for Backchannel, "The Google Assistant Needs You," and our current "transition era" as artificial intelligence (AI) technologies mature and become normalized in our lives. He also discusses Elon Musk's recent announcement about...

Duration:00:59:04

Podcast447: Reflections on Screenagers Movie - Growing up in the digital age

9/21/2016
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This 20 minute podcast features reflections by Sarah Fryer, Rachel Fryer, and Wesley Fryer after watching a screening of the film, "Screenagers: Growing up in the digital age." http://www.screenagersmovie.com This 70 minute movie was shown on September 21, 2016, to an audience of parents, students, and educators at Christ the King School in Oklahoma City. The film raises important issues relating to healthy living, Internet safety, identity, and digital citizenship. It highlights the...

Duration:00:19:08

Podcast446: Reflections on a PBS Scratch Jr Coding Camp for Kids

9/17/2016
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Coding is an important literacy skill we need to introduce to everyone in the 21st century! This podcast features reflections by Shelly Fryer (@sfryer) and Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) following a PBS Scratch Jr. Coding Camp for Kids in Edmond, Oklahoma, on September 17, 2016. It also includes some recorded audio from Shelly's lessons during the workshop for 3rd, 4th and 5th graders. The coding camp was sponsored by The Div (@thedivorg), a local 501c3 nonprofit "dedicated helping the next...

Duration:01:07:58

Podcast445: Voices from iPadPaloozaOU + the iPad Media Activities & Project Matrix

8/28/2016
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This podcast features a series of recordings from the first iPadPaloozaOU conference held in Norman, Oklahoma, on August 26 and 27, 2016. The first segment is a series of audio reflections shared by participants in Shelly Fryer's Friday breakout session, "The Room 108 Radio Show." Just like Shelly has her students share in her classroom radio show, iPadPaloozaOU participants shared their first names and answered the question of the day, "What have you learned at iPadPaloozaOU and are taking...

Duration:01:14:49

Podcast444: Reflections on iPad Media Camp (July 2016)

7/23/2016
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Welcome to a recorded podcast from the road with Wesley and Shelly Fryer, reflecting on the past week of iPad Media Camp workshops in Stilwell and Tulsa Oklahoma in July 2016. This is the fourth summer of iPad Media Camp workshops, which are multi-day, hands-on experiences for educators focused on using iPads to create and share media projects. For summer 2016, the curriculum for iPad Media Camps (wiki.ipadmediacamp.com) includes an "iPad Media Activity and Project Matrix"...

Duration:00:49:16

Podcast443: Preparing for the 2016 iPadPalooza and ISTE Conferences

6/19/2016
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This podcast includes a practice mini-keynote as well a preparatory conversation between Shelly Fryer (@sfryer) and Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) in advance of the 2016 iPadPalooza Conference (in Austin, Texas) as well as ISTE Conference (in Denver, Colorado) in upcoming weeks. Shelly and Wes discuss several new ideas related to "The Digital Sharing Project" and the "Inside Outside Sharing" book they are currently working on. These included a proposed lesson cycle for the classroom (Make, Create...

Duration:00:44:46