Wesley Fryer
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  • Edmond, OK
  • United States
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School / Work Affiliation
Co-Director, Celebrate Oklahoma Voices Digital Storytelling Project
Blog
http://www.speedofcreativity.org
Website
http://www.wesfryer.com
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About Me
I'm an educator, author, digital storyteller and change agent. With respect to school change, I describe myself as a "catalyst for creative educational engagement."

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At 5:04pm on February 17, 2010, Suzie Boss said…
Hi Wes,
We'd love to have you join the PBL~Better with Practice group in CR20
(www.classroom20.com/group/pblbetterwithpractice).
First live conversation/webinar is this Thursday in Elluminate, with a couple expert teachers joining us to talk about building a culture of inquiry. Should be fun!
Here's the webinar link: http://tinyurl.com/ykmryux
Best,
Suzie
At 7:48pm on April 14, 2009, Jim Cottrell said…
I made a comment on one of your blog post and you replied that you might be interested in a “document camera on a shoestring solution." There is a post on Classroom 2.0 that says the $20 "Hue HD Webcam" functions as a document camera. I guess you wanted to project your iPhone on a screen at presentations. Thanks for all have learned from your blog (and friend Guhlin's blog) over the years.

http://www.speedofcreativity.org/2008/10/23/step-up-and-help-classroom-teachers-with-donorschoose/
In the comments of this post I wrote:
2 On October 23rd, 2008, Jim Cottrell said:
I see a lot of people seeking document cameras. A DIY solution might be made with a tripod and a good webcam. Has anyone heard about anyone trying to use a two or three megapixel webcam for this purpose. Mounting a webcam under a tripod might also work to hold the webcam. (For an adjustable base, one could use a flexible microscope light stand to hold the webcam if they found a tall one.) Some digital cameras also have a “webcam” function. These might also work if the megapixels of the webcam feature is high enough.
Wesley Responded:
On October 23rd, 2008, Wesley Fryer said:
I would like to construct that type of “document camera on a shoestring” solution to use in workshops, Jim– I have needed to show my iPhone screen during presentations and wanted a document camera when one was not available at times… I forgot that some digital cameras have a webcam function and could be used in this way. You’ve got me thinking…. I certainly think it’s worth exploring… One of the problems with buying a document camera is that it might tend to be used exclusively by the teacher– a camera in the hands of students could be used more creatively (hopefully in good ways)– I’m going to do some experimenting on this and will report back.
At 7:42pm on January 31, 2009, Jack said…
Hi Wesley. I was wondering if you have students or educator friends who would be interested in participating in a nationwide SAT Vocab Video Contest @ MIT university. You can view contest details at BrainyFlix.com Please let me know. Thanks!
At 3:42pm on December 27, 2007, Jane Krauss said…
Hi Wesley! Thanks for the XO podcast with Colin. I linked to it on the Reinventing blog. http://reinventingpbl.blogspot.com/2007/12/xo-is-here.html
I started an XO group in Clrm 2.0, check us out and encourage Colin to join if you would!
Oh, and the book is out and you're in it! More about that on the blog... best, Jane
At 11:12pm on November 16, 2007, Sean Martinson said…
Wanted to add a quick note of thanks. Thank you for putting out your blog and podcast, more than one episode has tipped me off to new and exciting learning.

:-)
Sean M.
At 11:51am on September 17, 2007, Diana Laufenberg said…
thanks for your time today on Skype... the kids weren't sure what was cooler... my new SmartBoard or that we called someone in China during class... thanks again!
At 7:54am on August 21, 2007, Russ Wilcox said…
Thanks for the tips on the vConvert...wow, pretty neat stuff...good for teachers in the SE portions of Kansas who have Youtube blocked in their schools. I follow your updates and enjoy listening. Thanks for all you do for educators.
At 2:08pm on May 25, 2007, Kevin said…
Have you heard my podcast interview with kids from Turning Point Learning Center? They were wonderful!
At 7:29pm on April 27, 2007, Kevin said…
Thanks for the kind words! I always like hanging out with you and sharing ideas. Hope we can hang out this summer.
At 7:32pm on April 26, 2007, Tamara Konrade said…
Wesley,
I listen to your podcasts "Moving at the Speed of Creativity" all the time! Great stuff! Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us.
 
 
 

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