Photos From EduCon

Another EduCon has flashed by and I’ll have more to say about this weekend a little later. For now, here are a few images I caught from this year’s conference.

The Friday opening panel offered their insights on the topic of curiosity. Moderated by Zac Chase and featuring Stephanie Sandifer, Antero Garcia, RaFranz Davis, and Milton Chen.

Chris Lehmann, SLA founding principal and our host for EduCon.

One of the EduCon discussions, this one wrestling with how to help students find the truth in current events.

Always looking for a new angle to picture the weekend.

Zac Chase, always passionate about whatever he’s presenting.

Cannoli shells waiting for the filling. I was hungry.

Picture Post #7

I like odd, unusual, unique signs. Or just anything that makes me smile. Here’s a small selection of the signs I caught this year. A larger collection from our trip to China last spring is here.

We Are All Makers

A t-shirt from the NoVA Mini Maker Faire last March.

Google

The neon sign at one of the entrances to Google’s sprauling offices in New York City, which we were fortunate to visit last April.

Rally With The Pope

The Pope visited DC in September and his face was everywhere.

No Age

A good philosophy (for any age) on display in a Chinese underground shopping center.

Picture Post #3

A few recent shots from in and around DC.

Framed

A workman directing traffic for a construction project in downtown DC (one of many) as seen through what I think used to be a police call box.

Golden Ceiling

If I gotta take someone to the airport (Washington National, NOT Reagan) early in the morning, may as well take advantage of the inside light.

Empty Metro

In the middle of the day, I not only get a Metro seat to myself but the whole car.

Church Tower

A tower on the Greater New Hope Baptist Church in the Chinatown area of Washington has kind of a medieval look to it.