Day After: Next Steps After a Presentation by Wes Fryer

You’ve watched a keynote or video, participated in a workshop, or attended a presentation / webinar by Wes Fryer. Or maybe you found Wes online. What’s next?

Here are a few suggestions:

  1. Sign up for Wes’ periodic newsletter
  2. Download Wes’ presentation slides
  3. Subscribe to Wes’ channel on YouTube
  4. Join, Wes’ video tutorial library
  5. Subscribe to Wes’ blog, “Moving at the Speed of Creativity”
  6. Watch Wes’ TEDx Talks: “Becoming Your Family’s Digital Witness” and “Digital Citizenship in the Surveillance State” and “Technology Fear Therapy
  7. Follow 1 or more of Wes’ curated Twitter lists
  8. Inquire about Wes’ availability to present (virtually or in-person) for your conference or other professional development event
  9. Contact Wes about another topic

Connect with Wes on social media:

  1. On LinkedIn
  2. On YouTube @wfryer
  3. On Mastodon
  4. On Bluesky Social: @wesfryer
  5. On Twitter
    1. @wfryer
    2. @CookWithWes (cooking)
    3. @PocketShare (Christian faith)
    4. @storychasers (digital storytelling)
  6. On Facebook
    1. wfryer (personal page)
    2. CookWithWes (cooking)
  7. On Instagram
    1. wfryer (personal channel)
    2. CookWithWes (cooking)
  8. On TikTok (cooking)
  9. On Wakelet
  10. On Flickr
  11. On Reddit
  12. On Unsplash
  13. On

Subscribe to Wes’ podcasts:

  1. Subscribe to “The EdTech Situation Room,” (@edtechSR) the weekly webshow and podcast Wes co-hosts on Wednesday nights at 9 pm Central / 8 pm Mountain / 0300 UTC with Jason Neiffer (@techsavvyteach)
  2. Subscribe to Wes’ “Moving at the Speed of Creativity” podcast
  3. Subscribe to “Class with Dr. Fryer” (an Anchor-powered podcast)

Watch another presentation by Wes on YouTube:

Check out Wes’ projects and curriculum:

  1. Wes’ Media Literacy Lessons (content is migrating from my old school Google Site: 5th / 6th Grade Digital Literacy and Media Lessons for Students)
  2. “Conspiraces and Culture Wars” Media Literacy Project
  3. “Show with Media: What Do You Want to Create Today?”
  4. Wes’ Media Literacy Resources
  5. Wes’ Space and STEM Resources
  6. Communitarian Prepper
  7. Design – Create – Share: a better framework for teacher lesson planning
  8. “Conversations about Digital Citizenship” (a now-offline website Wes co-created at Casady School as the Technology Integration and Innovation Specialist)
  9. “Curiosity and Questions: Jesus and Science” (Wes’ adult Sunday School class website)
  10. Pocket Share Jesus: Be a Digital Witness for Jesus Christ

Learn About Cooking with Wes:

  1. Check out “Cooking with Wes,” Wes’ cooking blog and recipe sharing site
  2. Watch Wes’ cooking videos (on this YouTube playlist)

Learn more with Wes by:

  1. Subscribing to his’ Flipboard magazine “iReading” or other magazines on Flipboard he curates
  2. Checking out his 2013-15 STEM curriculum lessons
  3. Exploring, a project Wes started with his wife, Shelly (@sfryer).
  4. Reading the Fryer Family Learning blog, “Learning Signs”
  5. Check out an older (but still really cool) “badge-based professional development website” Wes built back in 2013: MacBook Maestro

Archived PD and other event / summer camp websites by Wes include:

  1. EdCampOKC
  2. Minecraft Camp
  3. After-school Scratch Club
  4. Scratch Day and Scratch Camp events in Oklahoma City
  5. iPad Media Camp
  6. Make Media Camp
  7. GCampOKC
  8. After-school STEAM Studio
  9. The K-12 Online Conference
  10. STEM Seeds Camp

Check out Wes’ Christian Writing Projects and Sharing Spaces:

  1. Pocket Share Jesus: Be a Digital Witness for Christ
  2. @pocketshare on Twitter
  3. Bible Verse InfoPics on iCloud