Dr. Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) is an outstanding teacher, visionary educator, and sought-after digital learning consultant. Wes shares dynamic, inspiring, engaging and practical keynotes, workshops, and other presentations (including videoconferences) for educators, librarians, school administrators, and community leaders around the United States and in other countries.* As the author of the eBook “Playing with Media: simple ideas for powerful sharing” (2011) and the digital literacy framework, “Mapping Media to the Common Core / Curriculum,” Wes’ advocacy efforts and presentations focus on digital literacy, digital storytelling, authentic/differentiated assessment strategies, educational leadership, implementation of Common Core State Standards (especially as they apply to writing across the curriculum) and 1 to 1 learning. Learn more about Wes’:
To inquire about availability and booking, please contact Brenda Druecker (Wesley’s booking agent) using this electronic contact form. Alternatively contact Brenda by phone at 620-242-5265 or email: email@example.com.
* Since 2005 Wesley has presented keynotes, workshops and other professional development / conference sessions in mainland China (2007, 2009 & 2011), Hong Kong, New Zealand, Qatar, The Dominican Republic and Canada in addition to numerous U.S. states.
Additional resources about Wes and Wes’ speaking services include:
- One page flyer about Wes’ speaking services (PDF)
- Recent & upcoming keynotes / presentations / workshops
- Bio & program photos
- Videoconference workshops (a full list from the CILC)
- W-9 (Speed of Creativity Learning LLC)
- Discounted bulk pricing for Wes’ eBook Playing with Media
Check out Wes’ TEDxOU presentation in January 2013, “Becoming Your Family’s Digital Witness.”
SlideShares & Podcasts
A variety of Wesley’s past presentations are available via SlideShare. Some of Wesley’s 60 minute breakout sessions are also available as downloadable podcasts. Wesley regularly posts audio podcasts on two FREE channels:
In addition, Wesley posts a variety of professional development workshops to his YouTube channel, like this series of “Playing with Media” videoconference workshops from December 2011: