A Word from Wes Fryer: Workshops and More

I serve as an education advocate for AT&T in Oklahoma to provide FREE professional development for teachers on a variety of topics including DIGITAL STORYTELLING.
I have been working in the past year with Mike King of Enid Public schools and others on the Oklahoma Digital Centennial Project, which is providing 3 day workshops for teachers on the use of digital tools to help students become oral history archivists and digital storytellers. We've partnered with the Oklahoma Heritage Association and will be offering a facilitator training at their Oklahoma City facility in October, one at UCO in Edmond in November, and one in Altus in December.
Please let everyone you know in Oklahoma interested in storytelling, the centennial, preserving Oklahoma's history through the voices of its people, and digital storytelling/podcasting about this project. The website where people can get more info about the project and apply to participate is:


Please keep me in the loop about future workshops, festivals, or events related to storytelling or digital storytelling. My free workshop curriculum and resources related to digital storytelling is available on:


-- Wesley Fryer Director of Education Advocacy (PK-20) AT&T Oklahoma
Phone: 405-319-6267 Fax: 405-291-1163 Email: wesley.fryer@att.com Web:
www.speedofcreativity.org Skype: wfryer

1 comment:

Wesley Fryer said...

Hey, thanks for sharing the word about my availability for workshops relating to digital storytelling! Would you mind removing my cell phone number from this blog post, however? I don't mind having my other phone number up there, since it's listed on my main contact page, but I would prefer not to have my cell number online. Thanks!