If you listened to Podcast299: Dreaming of the Storychaser’s Peace Train, you might have wondered just want sort of disruptive changes were taking place in my life (this past January) which I was only able to reference obliquely in that podcast. In this 40 minute podcast recorded in the car this past week driving up to Kansas for Spring Break, I discuss some of those changes and my new professional status as an independent / international learning consultant. I also share some reflections on the changes I’ve experienced as an educator and learner the past three years, since moving to Oklahoma from Texas. We’re living in dynamic times, and as one door closes another one opens. Please refer to the podcast shownotes for links to my updated list of professional development workshops, keynote addresses, and other presentation topics I have and am able to present for educators worldwide.

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Show Notes:

  1. Podcast299: Dreaming of the Storychaser’s Peace Train
  2. The Future is Unwritten by Miguel Guhlin
  3. Celebrate Oklahoma Voices
  4. Podcast190: Implications of the Attention Economy for Schools (Part 3 of 3)
  5. Michael Goldhaber’s 1997 article, “The Attention Economy and the Net”
  6. Sir Ken Robinson on Creativity and Transforming our Schools (ITSC 2009)
  7. The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything by Sir Ken Robinson
  8. ISTE Connects Blog
  9. Creative Oklahoma Project (“The State of Creativity”)
  10. Seedlings Podcast and Webcast on EdTechTalk
  11. Seedlings 2009 New Year’s Webcast
  12. Updated list of keynote topics, presentations and workshops by Wesley Fryer
  13. Bio of Wesley Fryer
  14. Contact Wesley Fryer
  15. Follow Wesley Fryer on Twitter

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  • Mike Sandridge

    I really enjoyed listening to your podcast this morning Wes. I too seem to be on the verge of a very different time in my life, where my home and family needs me to move into some other type of employment other than teaching. I found comfort in listening to your story, and knowing that many teachers probably go through this change all the time.
    Thanks so much!

  • http://xpatasia.edublogs.org Paul McMahon

    Hi Wes,

    Have not had the time to listen to this yet but the timing might be good as a
    conference I am organising in Hong Kong has had a date change and some speakers
    can’t make it.
    I think I have your email from Shanghai so I will send you an email later this
    morning.

    Best wishes

    Paul

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