This podcast from the road is an audio reflection by Shelly and Wesley Fryer about their experiences at the 2014 Create, Make & Learn Professional Development Institute in Burlington, Vermont. Shelly and Wes discuss how CML14 was setup differently from typical conferences and PD events, letting participants self-select workshops and sessions which best matched their individual learning goals. They discuss different Maker Education (MakerEd) projects they completed and learned about during the week, including jitterbug robots, green-screen videos, MinecraftEDU lessons, and more. Check the podcast shownotes for referenced website resources.

Show Notes:

  1. Create, Make and Learn Institute (main website)
  2. Lucie deLaBruere (@techsavvygirl)
  3. Shelly Fryer (@sfryer)
  4. Wesley Fryer (@wfryer)
  5. generator = art + technology (The Generator Maker Space fosters creators, collaborators and entrepreneurs at the intersection of art and technology with tools, workspace and education.)
  6. Making Media Workshop session resources by Wesley Fryer at Create, Make and Learn 2014
  7. Green Screen Video on iPad Workshop Resources
  8. Intro to Minecraft Workshop Resources at CML 2014 by Kevin Jarrett (@kjarrett)
  9. Tweets from Create, Make and Learn 2014 (#CML14)
  10. K-12 Online Conference
  11. Fuel for Educational Change Agents (Wes’ secondary podcast channel)

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