-TU appreciates having a point person to get us registered(Thanks Jen)
-Don't wear any attire with your school logo when traversing the vendor section...it's like wearing a bullseye. "Hey ...AHS....Right" Quickly annoying and makes avoiding eye contact nearly impossible.
-There is no clear delineation between the NCSS and the Washington Craft Show. Be careful out there.
-We sadly missed the "Using Yoga to Teach History" session. Probably for the best.
-There are lots of great ideas among the sessions.
-Some people don't turn their ringer off during sessions....no names mentioned but they know who they are.
-Diane Ravitch is the man. I mean ...well her talk was spot on. More on this in the future.
-Geoffrey Canada was quite inspiring. He's practical, understands his community well and is willing to do what it takes to help kids in a sensible way. Whether the establishment is on board or not.
-Kareem Abdul Jabaar is not only a great basketball player but also funny, knowledgeable and creative.
What we saw of his film On the Shoulders of Giants was memorable.
-Pierre L'Enfant was a genius. A maniacal genius.
So that's about all we can muster but we'll leave you with this lasting image.
|A meeting of the minds|