Others' Photos :: T^3 2016
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Back up to 2016
Stands to display books at our table.
Suitcase packed with Whack-a-Mole game, bookmarks, picture frames, Arduinos, banner, and more.
I spotted an Acela on the way to the airport. If only I could take high-speed rail to Florida.
Flight delayed 1.5 hours, but I have a TI-84+CE and a 3D-printed Cemetech logo to keep me company.
Dr. Peter Balyta opens the first session
Dr. Balyta introduces the TI-Innovator System
As we know, TI-Codes is here, and a good resource for teachers
Dylan Wiliam talks about formative assessment and effective teaching techniques.
A one-of-a-kind gold TI-84 Plus CE, won by someone at TI's Tweet-Up. Very jealous.
Thomas (elfprince13) mans the Cemetech booth at T^3 2016.
TI's new Innovator System, with an attached buzzer and light sensor
These calculators were running OS 5.2.0, and had a few interesting new commands.
Discover STEM with the TI-Innovator System (and a squid)
Sunrise over Orlando, Florida on the first morning of T^3 2016.
This Twitter exchange may be the best I've ever experienced.
Friday evening reception for T^3 2016 attendees
In four years of T^3, I've never seen teachers hold back on the dance floor.
A rare glimpse of the First Annual Texas Instruments Volleyball Championship at the reception
Cemetech's booth, with Kerm and Elfprince.
Blinking an LED with TI's new TI-Innovator box.
Shout-out to math teacher John Isaacs, a constant supporter and avid proponent of programming in the math classroom, who bought books with his own money as gifts for his students.
Sunset over Orlando on Saturday night.
Arriving at Epcot with Elfprince, Jonimus, and Jonimus's girlfriend on Saturday night.
The Canada pavilion at Epcot
My dinner of Moroccan food was order number 1-337
Elfprince was super-excited about Moroccan food.
The building where we had our Moroccan dinner.
Fireworks over the lagoon at Epcot at the end of our night
Sunday morning Power Session with TI and NASA people.
Dale Philbrick opens the closing session on Sunday morning.
Ricky Arnold, a NASA astronaut on the ISS, talks about his experiences.
"TI is in everything"
Donald James, Education director at NASA, talks about access to STEM education.
At Epcot with Thomas, Jon, and Carolyn.
At the Cemetech booth with Jon and Thomas.
At the Cemetech booth with Carolyn, Jon, and Thomas.
Meeting Thomas in the Orlando airport before the conference. Cemetech selfie time!
With Dr. Peter Balyta and a signed copy of "Using the TI-84 Plus"
The view north from our hotel
...and the view out over the pool area.
Flying home at last! Flying is such an ordeal for tall people.