Moving At The Speed Of Creativity Podcasts



Moving at the Speed of Creativity Podcasts include presentations and reflections relating to student engagement, the effective use of digital technologies to support learning, digital storytelling, web 2.0 in the classroom, and other topics related to improving both teaching and learning. Learn more on Produced by Wesley Fryer in Edmond, Oklahoma.


  • Podcast441: iPads in Maker Studio by Shelly Fryer (May 2016)

    17/05/2016 Duración: 52min

    This podcast is a recording of Shelly Fryer's presentation "iPads in Maker Studio" via a Google Hangout for the 2016 Global Maker Day Conference. The session description was: "Learn how our third and fourth grade students use their iPads in our maker studio to document their learning and share both inside and outside our classroom. See how apps for photo collages, green screen videos, making ebooks, coding apps, and Lego Stopmotion are essential digital tools in our classroom maker studio for creating and sharing." Access the slides and referenced resources from this presentation on Shelly's website: Connect with her on Twitter @sfryer. Refer to the podcast shownotes for additional links and resources about this presentation as well as Global Maker Day!

  • Podcast 440: WordPress Security & 2 Factor Authentication

    01/03/2016 Duración: 56min

    This podcast is a recording of a presentation by Dr. Wesley Fryer on February 29, 2016, titled, "WordPress Security & 2 Factor Authentication" at the WordPressOKC meetup at Oklahoma Christian University in Edmond, Oklahoma. Check the podcast shownotes for links to referenced resources, including the Google Presentation shared during the session. Link to those slides with the shortened URL

  • Podcast 439: Best Day of Classroom Blogging Ever with Shelly Fryer

    30/01/2016 Duración: 46min

    This podcast features an interview with 3rd and 4th grade teacher Shelly Fryer on January 29, 2016, in Oklahoma City. Shelly teaches in a 1:1 iPad classroom at Positive Tomorrows, a special school for homeless children which also serves their families in multiple ways. Shelly has been using blogging websites with her students for three years, to teach students about digital citizenship through interactive writing. The day of this interview was her current students' first day to experience blogging on an updated KidBlog website, however, and Shelly not only focused on writing with students but also on images and the digital citizenship conversations which relate to these activities online. Shelly's students have been doing a lot of "inside sharing" using the SeeSaw iPad app and website this year, and while she has shared some of the students' posts with a wider audience using Twitter, this was the first focused day of learning when students discussed and prepared for "outside sharing." Chec

  • Podcast 438: Reflections on iCamp KSU 2016 by Shelly and Wesley Fryer

    19/01/2016 Duración: 41min

    This podcast recording is a reflection by Shelly and Wesley Fryer about iCamp KSU 2016, a full day, hands-on workshop on integrating iPads in the classroom as tools for media creation by students to "show what they know with media." iCamp KSU was held at the Kansas State University Alumni Center in Manhattan, Kansas, and hosted by the Kansas State College of Education. It was organized by Cyndi Danner-Kuhn, a pre-service teacher educator at Kansas State. In addition to Shelly and Wes' reflections, this podcast includes five of the participant reflections shared as Adobe Voice videos. Direct links to these video reflections are included in the podcast shownotes, along with other referenced resources from the podcast. Access the complete agenda and resource list from the workshop on The podcast also includes the whole-class radio show created during the workshop using the free Opinion app for iOS.

  • Podcast 437: The 2015 EdTech Year in Review

    01/01/2016 Duración: 01h21min

    This podcast is a recorded Google Hangout On Air from December 31, 2015, of a panel discussion with Jason Neiffer (@techsavvyteach), Eric Langhorst (@elanghorst), Nikki D Robertson (@nikkidrobertson), and Wesley Fryer (@wfryer). The title of this roundtable discussion was "The 2015 EdTech Year in Review," and focused on some of the most important developments and news items regarding educational technology in 2015. Our topics included the Hour of Code, BreakoutEDU and Gameification, Student Privacy and the EFF Complaint about Google, Google Cardboard / Virtual Reality, "go-to" apps teachers can use to go deeper, and best new technology hardware from 2015. Check out our podcast shownotes for all referenced resources and links, including our Google Doc planning document which includes even more we didn't have time to talk about in the show. Happy New Year everyone!

  • Podcast 436: The Technology Director Speaks

    05/12/2015 Duración: 01h07min

    11 topics in 67 minutes! In this podcast recording, Dr. Wesley Fryer shares some updates about his new position this year as a school technology director, previews "iPad Media Camp in a box" for summer 2016, shares his current favorite podcasts and audiobooks, discusses lessons learned about fiber optic cabling, and lessons learned from seven videoconferences (five of which were international) in fall 2015. In addition, Wes shares about current "Classroom Projection Options" and "AirPlay Mirroring Guidelines," discusses an upcoming VOIP phone transition at his school, and highlights lessons learned from firewall shopping and comparisons this semester. Finally, he discusses some of the issues which have come up recently as his 11 year old (Rachel) has become an aspiring YouTube Minecrafter, forthcoming updates to his mailing list, and answers a question about searchable Google Docs. Check out the podcast shownotes for an exhaustive list of referenced resources from this podcast.

  • Podcast 435: Reflections on Miami Device 2015 by Shelly and Wesley Fryer

    15/11/2015 Duración: 57min

    This podcast is a recorded reflection on the 2015 Miami Device Conference by Shelly and Wesley Fryer. The second Miami Device Conference was held at Saint Stephen's Episcopal Day School  in Coconut Grove, Florida on November 12-13, 2015. In this audio podcast, Shelly and Wes reflect on many of the keynotes and breakout sessions from the conference, as well as other takeaways from this epic learning event! Check out the podcast shownotes for links to referenced resources.

  • Podcast 434: Discovering Useful New Ideas as a Connected Educator (October 2015)

    25/10/2015 Duración: 01h09min

    This podcast primarily features a recording from the October 22, 2015, OACTE, OEQA, OATE Fall Conference in Edmond, Oklahoma, held at the University of Central Oklahoma. The recorded session was my breakout presentation titled, "Discovering Useful New Ideas as a Connected Educator: Tips for Using Flipboard, Pocket, Twitter and Nuzzel." Check out the podcast shownotes for links to my presentation slides (shared as a Google Presentation) and other referenced links and videos. Access that website using the shortened URL The introduction of this podcast includes some reflections on the 2015 Write Well, Sell Well Conference in Oklahoma City, on October 22-23, 2015. Referenced websites from the introduction are also included in the podcast shownotes. The session description for "Discovering Useful New Ideas as a Connected Educator" was: If “chance favors the connected mind,” as Steven Johnson maintains, what are some of the best strategies educators can use to discover new ideas

  • Podcast433: Sharing Student Work Online (October 2015)

    08/10/2015 Duración: 53min

    This podcast is a recording of Dr. Wesley Fryer's presentation "Sharing Student Work Online" on October 7, 2015, at the Oklahoma Technology Association (OTA) / Encyclo-Media Conference in Oklahoma City. The session description was: When students at school use media to “show what they know and can do,” they need safe, adult-moderated, online spaces to share their digital work with others and receive thoughtful feedback. Learn how to to use free websites like KidBlog and Blogger, along with apps like Easy Blogger Jr., to share student work online and moderate feedback. Discuss how to help students “compose quality comments” for others. Explore workflows to safely use a classroom YouTube channel to publish and share student work, also with moderated feedback. See examples of school and classroom permission forms for publishing student work. Get practical ideas for “normalizing” the regular, open publication of student work at your school for moderated feedback from peers, parents, and others around the

  • Podcast432: Dan Straughan Shares About the Oklahoma City Homeless Alliance

    27/09/2015 Duración: 51min

    This podcast is a presentation by Dan Straughan, executive director of the Oklahoma City Homeless Alliance, shared on Friday, September 25, 2015, at the Friday Morning Mens Group of First Presbyterian Church of Edmond, Oklahoma. For several months, our men's group has been reading and studying the wonderful book, "Same Kind of Different As Me: A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Together"  by Ron Hall and Denver Moore. This is an amazing and powerful book, relating the transformational story of how God worked in the lives of a homeless man (Denver) and Ron Hall to give second chances and teach unforgettable life lessons about love, caring, and the value of all human beings. With interest in local homeless issues raised by this book, Dan Straughan was invited to present at our men's group meeting. The OKC Homeless Alliance is "a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the system of care for the homeless in Oklahoma City through collaborati

  • Podcast431: Encouraging Digital Sharing by Early Majority Teachers

    21/09/2015 Duración: 41min

    This podcast from the road by Wesley Fryer focuses primarily on ideas about encouraging "early majority" teachers (using Everett Rogers'  Technology Adoption Curve terminology) to digitally share ideas, lessons, and student work. This includes planning for the November 2016 Digital Sharing Conference, to be held in Oklahoma City and hosted by Casady School. Reflections on conversations with Ben Wilkoff yesterday in Denver, Colorado, about digital sharing by teachers are also included. This podcast was entirely produced on an iPhone using the iRig Recorder, Dropbox, and Bossjock iOS apps. Check the podcast shownotes for extensive links to referenced apps, videos, and other resources in this episode.

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