A recording of our Sunday School class from May 31, 2020, focusing on Chapter 11 of Dr. Richard Swenson's book, "More Than Meets The Eye: Fascinating Glimpses of God's Power and Design." The chapter is titled, "Time, Space and Light." This lesson was taught by Dr. Wesley Fryer. Lesson slides are available via Google Slides. A recorded video version is also available on YouTube. Learn more about this class and access additional resources on followjesus.wesfryer.com.
This is a recording of a virtual webinar shared by Dr. Wes Fryer for Sunday School and small group leaders at First Presbyterian Church of Edmond, Oklahoma. Slides shared during this presentation are available, along with the recorded video version of this workshop shared on YouTube. In addition to these links be sure to check out:
Zoom "how to" video tutorials
Meeting and Webinar Best Practices from Zoom
Managing Breakout Rooms
View a comprehensive list of presentations by Wes Fryer since 2010, including links to audio and video recordings, on wiki.wesfryer.com. Find more ways to learn with Wes on www.wesfryer.com/after.
This is a recording of Dr. Wesley Fryer's Sunday School lesson on April 5, 2020, for our class, "Curiosity and Questions: Jesus and Science." We are continuing our study of Dr. Richard Swenson's book, "More Than Meets The Eye: Fascinating Glimpses of God's Power and Design," and this week highlighted Chapter 5 which is titled, "Cell, Genes, and DNA." The slides for this presentation are available along with a video version of this recorded presentation on followjesus.wesfryer.com/media. The video we watched in class has been removed from the recorded video and this audio-only recording. Check it out on YouTube: "Your Body's Molecular Machines" (6 min, 20 sec) by Derek Muller (@veritasium). We were not able to get to the neo-coronavirus slides and video in this presentation, so those were postponed until our next class on April 12th.
This podcast features a recorded virtual keynote shared by Dr. Wesley Fryer during a day of "remote learning" professional development at Casady School. Access the slides and other resources related to this presentation on either support.casady.org/genius-bar or www.designcreateshare.com/webinars.
This episode of Class with Doctor Fryer features a recording of an interactive workshop and webinar shared with teachers at Casady School on March 31, 2020. We focused on understanding similarities and differences between Seesaw and Google Classroom, and specifically dove into creating assignments in Google Classroom. Slides shared / used in the first portion of this presentation are available.
Access more instructional resources for teachers (specific to "Remote Learning") about:
Using Google Classroom
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This is a recording of the lesson portion of our adult Sunday School class on March 29, 2020. The title of today's lesson was, "More Than Meets the Eye:'The Brain and Nervous System - Part 2." Our focus Bible verse today was Romans 8:8-11. We are continuing to read and study Dr. Richard Swenson's 2000 book, "More Than Meets The Eye: Fascinating Glimpses of God's Power and Design" in our Sunday School class, "Curiosity and Questions: Faith and Science" at First Presbyterian Church of Edmond, Oklahoma. Slides for today's lesson are available. These and other resources related to our class are shared publicly on: followjesus.wesfryer.com
This is a recording of a webinar shared by Dr. Wesley Fryer on March 26, 2020. Description: As we live more of our lives online via Internet-powered websites and apps, unfortunately cybercrime and malicious software programs continue to proliferate. In this 60 minute, interactive webinar, Dr. Wes Fryer will share a variety of tools and strategies to protect yourself and your family online. These will include the use of a password manager, multi-factor authentication, password auditing programs to identify compromised and weak passwords, and more. If you're doing anything online today, and have any usernames and passwords, you need to follow the 'best practices' we'll highlight in this webinar. Access the video version of this webinar, and other archived webinars by Dr. Fryer, on www.designcreateshare.com. Follow Wesley Fryer on Twitter @wfryer.
This podcast features a recording of a webinar from March 19, 2020, shared by Dr. Wesley Fryer titled, "Family Oral History Projects." The official description was, "As parents, children, and teachers are staying at home practicing "social distancing," it's a perfect time to create family oral history projects! In this 60 minute, interactive webinar, Dr. Wes Fryer will share a variety of tools and strategies to conduct oral history interviews and create oral history digital stories which can be shared with your family and the world. Attendee Limit: 150. Register FREE for GoToMeeting connection details."
This is a recording of our online Sunday School class "Curiosity and Questions - Jesus and Science" on March 15, 2020. We discussed and highlighted Chapter 4 of Dr. Richard Swenson's book, "More Than Meets The Eye: Fascinating Glimpses of God's Power and Design." Slides for our lesson are available. Our "big question" for today was, "How can more scientific insights into our human brains inform our faith?" We read Psalm 105 as our focus Bible verses of the day. The two videos we watched together and discussed were:
Brain 101 by National Geographic
Jason Silva on Sleep from the National Geographic series, "Brain Games"
All resources for our Sunday School class, "Curiosity and Questions: Jesus and Science" are available on: https://followjesus.wesfryer.com Contact Dr. Wesley Fryer on Twitter (@wfryer) or his electronic contact form.
The video version of this class recording is also available on YouTube.
A culminating reflection on our Leadership for School Innovation (LSI) Graduate Certificate Design Sprint in Longmont, Colorado Oct 14-15, 2019. Educators in this podcast (in reverse order of speaking) include Scott McLeod (@mcleod), Zac Chase (@mrchase), Megan Parry (@parrymm), Allison Persad (@apersad), Dana Watts (@teachwatts), Tim Lauer (@timlauer) and Wesley Fryer (@wfryer). Follow these innovative educational thinkers on Twitter individually or via this list: https://twitter.com/wfryer/lists/school-innovation/members
This is an edited audio recording of Dr. Wesley Fryer's Sunday School lesson on October 6, 2019 at First Presbyterian Church in Edmond, Oklahoma, in the adult class "Curiosity and Questions: Jesus and Science." In this class, we discussed and analyzed Chapter 3 of Francis Collins' book, "The Language of God," which is titled, "The Origins of the Universe." Our focus verse for the day was Genesis 1:1-5, read from the King James Version and The Message. A video version of this recording which includes synchronized presentation slides, along with additional information and resources from this class, is available on: followjesus.wesfryer.com Follow Wes Fryer on Twitter: @pocketshare and @wfryer.
Inspired by episode 313 of the “Clockwise Podcast,” I decided to answer the question “What social networks do you use the most now, or another way to say this is, in what social networks do you hang out the most?” I also address different websites and apps I use each week to find about out about news, especially technology news.
Brian Turnbaugh and I discuss our landscape of weaponized social media and disinformation, some places to learn more and prospects for optimistic living amidst these challenging times... recorded at the 2019 summer institute on digital literacy in Providence, Rhode Island.
I’ve been listening to the book “Deep Work” and thinking more about how social media tends to encourage shallower thinking and idea sharing. “Relatively older” Web 2.0 technologies like blogging can encourage both deeper thinking and sharing on topics that are important to us. These are some thoughts I’m carrying into the Summer Institute on Media Literacy in Rhode Island, this week.
Welcome to a new podcast channel from Dr. Wesley Fryer (@wfryer). This is an online space where I share reflections, resources, assignments and ideas related to workshops and classes I'm teaching or will be teaching in upcoming months. Whether or not you're a participant or student in my classes, you're welcome to join in the learning here. You can follow my primary professional blog, "Moving at the Speed of Creativity," on speedofcreativity.org. Also check out the weekly webshow and podcast I co-host with Jason Neiffer, "The EdTech Situation Room," on edtechSR.com (@edtechSR).
As soon as various podcast index websites register this channel, hopefully you'll be able to listen to the latest episode by asking your smart assistant, "Play the latest episode of Class with Dr. Fryer!"