The 2010 Edublog Awards are open for nomination. These awards, now in their seventh year, celebrate…
…the achievements of edubloggers, twitterers, podcasters, video makers, online communities, wiki hosts and other web based users of educational technology.
Here are the awards I would like to nominate for 2010:
Best individual blog: What Ed Said by Edna Sackson
Best individual tweeter: Linda Yollis
Best group blog: The Reading Roundup
Best new blog: Teaching Literacy in the Primary Classroom by Kelly Jordan
Best class blog: 2KJ Blog
*Best student blog: Rhiannon’s Blog
Best resource sharing blog: iLearn Technology by Kelly Tenkely
Most influential blog post: 10 Things you can’t just do on Monday in Period 6 by Edna Sackson
Best teacher blog: Teaching Literacy in the Primary Classroom by Kelly Jordan
Best librarian / library blog: SLAV Bright Ideas
Best educational tech support blog: The Edublogger by Sue Waters
Best educational use of audio: Ed Tech Crew
Best educational wiki: Web 2.0 – Cool Tools for School
Best educational podcast: Ed Tech Crew
Best educational webinar series: Tech Talk Tuesdays organised by Anne Mirtschin
Lifetime achievement: Sue Waters
* I couldn’t decide on the student blog so my class had a silent vote!
How to Nominate:
You can nominate your own favorites. Simply follow these directions:
Step 1: Write a post with your award nominates on your blog.
- Link to The Edublog Awards Homepage
- Make sure the blogs you are nominating are linked too.
- You can nominate for as many categories as you like, but only one nomination per category, and not yourself
- You can nominate a blog for more than one category.
Step 2: Email the Edublog Awards the link to your nomination post
- Use the form on The Edublog Awards Homepage
- Include a genuine email address and the link to your nominations post.
Nominations: Close Friday 3 December
Voting: Ends Tuesday 14 December
Award Ceremony: Wednesday 15 December
4 Replies to “2010 Edublog Awards: Nominations”
Thanks, Kath, I’m honoured to be nominated by you. Wish there was more time in the week to read and comment on more edublogs. Have been trying to share with colleagues at my school how much can be learned by partipating in the brilliant edublogging world. Can’t wait for you to facilitate a session for them on what’s possible in terms of class blogging.
@ Edna, I know what you mean about not having enough time to read all the great blogs out there. I have not even touched my Google Reader for months! A holiday job is to condense it to just the blogs I really want to read – then I might be able to keep up!
I should have suggested your staff come to my Tech Talk Tuesday Elluminate session last week. Happy to talk to them sometime though!
Thank you Kathleen! This is quite a list and I am honored to be a part of it!
Very well deserved and you know how much I love your blog!