This podcast features a recording of Wesley Fryer’s breakout session, “Great Classroom iPad Projects and Activities” at the 2016 Interactive Learning Institute (ILI) on November 30, 2016, in Norman, Oklahoma. ILI is sponsored by the K20 Center at the University of Oklahoma, and is an annual event focused on sharing best practices for technology integration in K12 classrooms. Grant recipients for OETT (the Oklahoma Education Technology Trust) administered by the K20 Center are among the participants in the conference, but it is open to educators at all levels from any school. The official session description for this presentation was:

Explore over 20 “media project recipes” which can be used as-is or modified as needed to help facilitate student iPad media projects

Access the iPad project matrix highlighted in this presentation by visiting www.ipadmediacamp.com/matrix and more student iPad media project examples by visiting ShowWithMedia.com. Slides for this presentation as well as links to other referenced resources are included in the podcast shownotes. If you listen to and enjoy this podcast, please let Wes know by sending a Twitter reply to @wfryer. Also consider subscribing to the “EdTech Situation Room” podcast (www.edtechSR.com) and the “Fuel for Educational Change Agents” podcast (audio.speedofcreativity.org). Your feedback and suggestions are welcome!

Shownotes:

  1. Follow Dr. Wesley Fryer on Twitter: @wfryer
  2. Google Slides for this presentation
  3. iPad Media Camp Activity & Project Matrix (linked on ipadmediacamp.org/matrix)
  4. 2016 Interactive Learning Institute (ILI)
  5. K20 Center at the University of Oklahoma
  6. The Oklahoma Education Technology Trust (OETT)
  7. Program Listing for this ILI 2016 Session on Sched.org
  8. Show With Media: What Do You Want to Create Today?
  9. My other 2016 ILI presentation: Tips for Managing, Wifi, iPads, and Chromebooks (recorded podcast audio, slides & session resources)
  10. Teach Like Me” Project by Shawn Sheehan (@spsheehan)
  11. InfoPics Resource page by Tony Vincent (@tonyvincent)
  12. The EdTech Situation Room Podcast (@edtechSR)
  13. Fuel for Educational Change Agents Podcast

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