2010 Edublog Awards

The 2010 Edublog Awards

Although this is my first year submitting nominations for the Edublog Awards, I have eagerly anticipated this event for several years. Each year my faith in educators deepens as I discover bloggers, tweeters, and others who generously share their passion for educating our children.  So it is with pride that I nominate the following:

Best Individual Blog: Carolyn Foote’s  Not So Distant Future
Best individual tweeter: Shell Terrell
Best group blog: Genrefluent’s Bistro Book Club Teens Talk About Books
Best new blog: Tamara Cox’s  Eliterate Librarian
Best class blog: Shelley Wright’s Wright’s Room
Best resource sharing blog: Richard Byrnes’  Free Technology for Teachers
Most influential blog post: Joyce Valenza’s “Things I Think Teacher Librarians Should Unlearn (20 and counting)”
Best teacher blog: Dana Huff’s huffenglish.com
Best librarian / library blog: Buffy Hamilton’s The Unquiet Librarian
Best educational tech support blog: Sue Waters’  The Edublogger
Best educational use of video / visual: Khan Academy
Best educational wiki: MHMS Tech Wiki
Best educational webinar series: Teacher Librarian Virtual Cafe
Lifetime achievement: Doug Johnson


7 Responses to “2010 Edublog Awards”

  1. Tamara Cox Says:

    Thank you! Your encouragement means so much. So happy you are in my PLN and look forward to meeting you one day.

  2. Dana Huff Says:

    Wow, thanks very much!

  3. steven kaszynski Says:

    helpful list! thanks for sharing.

  4. Fran Bullington Says:

    Tamara and Dana,

    Thank YOU for sharing your expertise and passion with the educational world through your blogs.

  5. Gwyneth Jones Says:

    WOW thank you so much for nominating our wiki for Best educational wiki! I am both honored & flattered to be among such awesome educators & technology users!

  6. shelleywright Says:

    Wow, thanks for your nomination! It’s a huge encouragement. And I look forward to looking at the other sites that you’ve nominated. Shelley

  7. Shelly Says:

    Thanks so much! What a great list! I love Khan academy & flattered to be in the ranks of these great projects and folks!

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