So long, and thanks for all the fish

For me, the Boston Conference ended with a brilliant blue sky, a warm stroll through and around the public gardens and Beacon Hill, and a trip through Callahan Tunnel to the airport. I didn’t see any dolphins there.

I’ve had hundreds of conversations with teachers, and once again feel humbled to work with and for such creative, smart, and dedicated people. Thanks for coming to Boston, for being so opinionated, yet practical, and for taking the time to show why teaching is such an essential profession. We appreciate it.

Thanks also to our incredible blogging team — Mary “Lightening Keys” Bigelow, Debra Shapiro, Lynn Petrinjak, Dale Basler, and Brian Bartel. We hope these fleeting glimpses of the NSTA conference gave you an appreciation of what happens at “The NSTA.”

While strolling, I came across a few sites worthy of a better photographer than me, but unfortunately, I didn’t see anyone else. So you’re stuck with me. Here are a few final shots:

Where running shoes go when they retire?

Nice building, but a tough way to bring up the groceries.

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