This podcast is a recorded reflection on the 2015 Miami Device Conference by Shelly and Wesley Fryer. The second Miami Device Conference was held at Saint Stephen’s Episcopal Day School  in Coconut Grove, Florida on November 12-13, 2015. In this audio podcast, Shelly and Wes reflect on many of the keynotes and breakout sessions from the conference, as well as other takeaways from this epic learning event! Check out the podcast shownotes for links to referenced resources.

Shownotes:

  1. MiamiDevice.org
  2. Sharing Learning from Miami Device 2015 (contains lots of links from #miamidevice sessions)
  3. Flickr photo album from Miami Device 2015
  4. SeeSaw: Student Driven Digital Portfolios
  5. Using Perimeter and Area in MinecraftEdu at Casady School
  6. Wes’ MinecraftEDU Resources (including the ” Minecraft Treehouse Challenge“)
  7. Ferrite Recording Studio (free iPad app we used to record this podcast – hat tip to @joedale)
  8. Ten Creative Alternatives to Standardized Tests by @spencerideas
  9. Download John Spencer’s “free Creative Classroom Toolkit”
  10. Fuel for Educational Change Agents (supplementary podcast channel)
  11. The Mobile Learning Experience (Arizona conference)
  12. iPadPalooza (Texas conference)
  13. Elon Musk (@elonmusk) article series recommended by @charliemahoney by @waitbutwhy: Part 1 -Elon Musk: The World’s Raddest Man,  Part 2 – How Tesla Will Change The World, Part 3 -How (and Why) SpaceX Will Colonize Mars, Part 4 -The Cook and the Chef: Musk’s Secret Sauce
  14. Audacity (open source software used to edit this podcast)
  15. Auphonic (online web service used to normalize this podcast)
  16. Shelly Fryer on Twitter: @sfryer
  17. Shelly Fryer’s Classroom “home base” website: classroom.shellyfryer.com
  18. Shelly Fryer’s professional blog: www.shellyfryer.com
  19. Wesley Fryer on Twitter: @wfryer

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