Wowzers — what an epic day! It was clear everyone was having an amazing time at TpT Conference 2014: Supercharge Seller Success — making connections with those they’d previously only known via email and blogs, reconnecting with blogging buddies, meeting new folks, and learning, learning, learning.
There was also quite a bit of fun sprinkled in there, and we’ve got the pictures to prove it.
More Fabulous Meet-ups!
TpT Vegas Blogs
And for a great round-up of blog posts, from folks who were live and direct, check out these links.
- Performing in Fifth Grade says, “Best. Weekend. Ever.”
- Page Protector Printables and More reminds us, what happens in Vegas doesn’t stay in Vegas…
- Victoria Leon’s experience was so memorable she’s already looking forward to next year’s conference!
- Live Love Math said she had “the BEST time meeting all of the sellers” (and me). 🙂
- “I loved every second of the conference! Thank you TpT team!” says Teresa Kwant.
- Julie from Green Apple Lessons has a nice breakdown of what she learned, plus more pictures!
- These gals are blog buddies that met for the first time at the TpT Conference! They run the TpT stores Regina Davis and Kudos 4 Kindergarten-Attagirl. Way cool!
- Catherine Reed – The Brown Bag Teacher gives a shout out, “Hi Jodi! It was fabulous meeting you this week. Thank you so much for your role in making the TpT conference happen.”
- All of the meet-ups were certainly a highlight and Easy Teaching Tools writes a nice post with… what else? Pictures!
- It was hard to miss The Tutu Teacher (can you spot her?) — yep, the one in the tutu. She says the TpT conference “changed my life.”
- Melissa Machan said she had an unforgettable trip — so did we, Melissa! It truly was amazing to meet everyone.
- Carol Martinez posts about her trip to Las Vegas in “Let the Good Times Roll.”
- Bright Concepts 4 Teachers says she’ll plan better next year and get in at least a day earlier so as not to miss anything!
- For a thorough wrap-up, check out Mad Science Lessons’ post.
- And Sally from Elementary Matters says it was “a whirlwind of fun and inspiration!”
- Core Inspiration by Laura Santos gives an awesome review of her experiences.
- “It was SO much fun!! 🙂 Thanks, TpT!!” says Aris of Sailing into Second. You’re welcome, Aris — see you next year?
- Molly from Elementary Lesson Plans agrees with others and says it was “awesome!”
- “Epic” was a word used by many, including Michelle Thom. Fantastic!
- The Apple Basket Teacher says what many were probably thinking, “I’m glad that Paul chose to do what many told him would never work!!”
- Ms. K came by herself and left with A LOT of new friends! Read about it here.
- Krazy Town connected with many of her blogger buddies and so many more!
- Rainbow City Learning says the sessions were “packed with more fun and more valuable information than my brain can hold.”
- Check out the Linky Party and top 10 take-aways in Dina Cegelka’s blog post.
- Read Like a Rockstar renewed her wedding vows and had some celebrity sightings.
- Jivey taught me the acronym IRL (in real life) — and writes about meeting folks “IRL.”
- Read some session highlights in Applejacks Teacher’s Las Vegas blog post.
- And even Rachel Lynette was getting in on the selfies!
- Mercedes Hutchens says she got enough information at the TpT conference to provide blog post tips for the rest of the year!
- And victoria moore says she’s still on cloud nine but did make time to write about it.
Thank you everyone for sharing your experiences — I’m sure the posts will keep coming, and we look forward to sharing more highlights of the day.
See more TpT conference coverage here.
And read the EdSurge article about the TpT Conference here.