This audio podcast is a recording of two “Ignite” presentations by Wesley Fryer in July 2014. Ignite presentations are five minutes long, with presenters using 15 slides shown for 15 seconds each. The first Ignite in this podcast is Wes’ opening Ignite presentation on July 15, 2014, at the Create, Make and Learn (CML) Institute in Burlington, Vermont. Create, Make and Learn is a five day professional development institute for educators organized by Lucie deLaBruere. The second Ignite was shared on July 9, 2014, at iPad Media Camp in Manhattan, Kansas. This was originally planned as a practice run for the CML Institute, but Wes ended up not using this new Ignite in Vermont and using slides from his ISTE 2013 Ignite presentation (“Open the Door”) instead. Check the podcast shownotes for referenced links and resources.

Show Notes:

  1. Ignite Presentation format (WikiPedia)
  2. Create Make and Learn 2014 Inspire Presentation Slides: On Haiku Deck and SlideShare
  3. YouTube video of this presentation at ISTE 2013 (same slides, but slightly different audio & message)
  4. Create, Make and Learn Institute
  5. Lucie deLaBruere (@techsavvygirl)
  6. generator = art + technology (The Generator Maker Space fosters creators, collaborators and entrepreneurs at the intersection of art and technology with tools, workspace and education.)
  7. Making Media Workshop session resources by Wesley Fryer at Create, Make and Learn 2014
  8. Green Screen Video on iPad Workshop Resources
  9. Intro to Minecraft Workshop Resources at CML 2014 by Kevin Jarrett (@kjarrett)
  10. Tweets from Create, Make and Learn 2014 (#CML14)
  11. iPad Media Camp July 2014 Inspire Presentation Slides: On Haiku Deck
  12. iPad Media Camp website
  13. July 2014 iPad Media Camp Curriculum
  14. Technology adoption lifecycle (WikiPedia)
  15. K-12 Online Conference
  16. Pocketcasts App for iOS and Android
  17. Edreach.us (Educational Podcasting Network)
  18. Flipboard app (free – for iOS and Android)
  19. Austin iOS Summit (Oct 18-19, 2014)
  20. EdTechTeam Global Summits featuring Google for Education
  21. Google Teacher Academy
  22. Wes’ Education Yoda’s Twitter List Members
  23. EdCamp Wiki
  24. PLAYDATE ChicagoPLAYDATE Oklahoma City
  25. STEM seeds: a community of STEM teacher sharing lesson ideas (@STEMseeds)
  26. Podstock Conference by ESSDACK (Wichita, Kansas)
  27. iPadPalooza (Austin, Texas)
  28. Miami Device – Mobile Learning Event (Nov 6-7, 2014)
  29. Mobile Learning Experience (June 10-12, 2015 in Tucson, Arizona)
  30. Show Your Work! a book by Austin Kleon (@austinkleon)
  31. Fuel for Educational Change Agents (Wes’ secondary podcast channel)

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