Wesley Fryer

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Name: Wesley Fryer
Date registered: March 15, 2015

Latest posts

  1. Horse Lovers Discuss Safety — April 1, 2013
  2. Student-Created iBooks and eBooks — October 1, 2012
  3. Name Art by Rachel — August 23, 2012
  4. WAB School Photo Gallery — April 16, 2012
  5. Prosthetic Legs: A Video Diary — March 29, 2012

Most commented posts

  1. Helen Keller Book Report with VoiceThread — 2 comments
  2. 5 Photo Story: Little Red Riding Hood — 2 comments
  3. Name Art by Rachel — 1 comment
  4. WAB School Photo Gallery — 1 comment

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Apr 01

Horse Lovers Discuss Safety

5th graders at Lakeview Elementary School in Yukon, Oklahoma, share about their love of horses and some important horse safety tips. Web link to the media example: http://audioboo.fm/boos/1265762-horses-boo Grade Level: elementary School Name: Lakeview Elementary School listen to ‘Horses boo’ on Audioboo This audio recording was also integrated into a school “radio show” with other …

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Oct 01

Student-Created iBooks and eBooks

This is an excellent linked list of 16 “Student-Created iBooks & eBooks” by Lisa Johnson, which she shared via Pinterest and Twitter! Web link to the media example: http://list.ly/list/1rE-student-created-ibooks-ebooks Grade Level: elementary School Name: various

Aug 23

Name Art by Rachel

Rachel, a 3rd grader in Oklahoma City Public Schools, explains her “name art” which she created during the initial weeks of school in August 2012. Web link to the media example: http://audioboo.fm/boos/931709-name-art-by-rachel Grade Level: elementary School Name: Quail Creek Elementary, Oklahoma City Public Schools listen to ‘Name Art by Rachel’ on Audioboo

Apr 16

WAB School Photo Gallery

The Western Academy of Beijing (WAB) uses “Gallery” software (v. 2)  to share images of students and school activities in this “Photo SandBox” site. The site functions similarly to a homegrown-Flickr site, with students and teachers able to post comments. Web link to the media example: http://photos.wab.edu Grade Level: elementary / middle / high School Name: …

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Mar 29

Prosthetic Legs: A Video Diary

5th graders in Mr. Simon’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) class at Independence Elementary School in Yukon, Oklahoma, created this two minute video diary using iMovie for iPad to showcase some of the fun and learning they experienced in a recent unit. Learn more on their class blog: http://iesstem12.posterous.com/ Web link to the media …

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Feb 06

Annie Oakley (Narrated Slideshow)

4th grade students at Lakeview Elementary School in Yukon, Oklahoma, created narrated slideshows about different people in the Wild West Shows of the United States. They created this video using the iPad application, “Explain Everything.” This is a short narrated slideshow about Annie Oakley. These projects were posted to a free Posterous website. Web link …

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Jan 25

Helen Keller Book Report with VoiceThread

This book report was created by 2nd grader Sarah, using the website VoiceThread.com. The video embedded below shows part of this VoiceThread’s audio comments, focusing specifically on the final slide. The first person on that last slide, following Sarah, is one of her grandfathers. It is very motivational to receive this kind of feedback on …

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Jan 25

5 Photo Story: Little Red Riding Hood

This is a 5 Photo Story or “Tell a Story in 5 Frames” activity created in St Paul, Minnesota. The prompt was: Submit five photos which summarize a fairy tale of your choice. Participants had approximately 20 minutes to plan their story, take their photos and submit them. Web link to the media example: http://5photos.posterous.com/photos …

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Jan 10

Santa Goes to Washington DC

Oklahoma 2nd grader, Rachel Fryer, created this 70 second digital puppet story in December 2011.

Oct 27

Actors Commentary: The Hobbit In Five Minutes

This is an “actors commentary” video for “The Hobbit in 5 Minutes.” Our cast of four actors and videographers watched the video and shared our own commentaries, using a Sony digital audio recorder. Then we uploaded the original video with a REPLACED the audio track using the commentary audio. Check out the original on: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4kxIed86bEk …

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