This is a website where I (Wes Fryer) share lessons and units I teach or have taught. If you have questions, please contact me on Twitter (@wfryer) or via other means. Links to my social media profiles / channels are available: Let's learn together!

I am in the process of copying, archiving, and updating my middle school media literacy lessons from 2019-2022 from to this website, as well as adding new Robotics activities / curriculum. Currently migrated media literacy lessons (the latest versions) include:

  1. "Froot Loop" Conspiracy Theories

  2. Digital Portfolio

  3. Scratch Maze

  4. Scratch Animation

  5. Launchpad WikiPedia

  6. Sketchnoting

  7. Family Oral History

  8. Password Safety & Scratch Account

  9. Fix These InfoPics

  10. Introducing InfoPics

  11. Image Collages

  12. GMail Filters

  13. GeoMap Projects

  14. Narrated 5 Photo Story

  15. Quick Edit iMovie

Engineering Design lessons (for Spring 2023) are also available!

NOTE: Student portfolios for fall 2022 are currently NOT publicly shared / only available for internal PDS viewing. Later this term, websites will be made public. Learn more on our "Digital Portfolios" unit page.

Check out the slides for my May 2022 ATLIS presentation, "Teaching About Conspiracy Theories and Media Literacy"

Teaching About Conspiracy Theories & Media Literacy by @wfryer (May 2022)

Video Overview for Parents:

"Computer Applications - Fall 2022"

Video Overview for Parents:

"Robotics - Fall 2022)

Show What You Know With Media (SIDL 2022) by @wfryer #digiURI #MediaLit
WikiPedia in Education (SIDL 2022) by @wfryer #digiURI #MediaLit

March 8, 2020 Lessons at Providence Day School

These are the lessons I taught as demo lessons when I interviewed for a teaching position at PDS.

  1. Copyright Friendly Image Collages (Upper Division US Web Application Development - DH 109)

  2. Introducing InfoPics (Middle Division Computer Applications - DH 109)

More information about Dr. Wes Fryer is available on his teaching portfolio.