Monday, November 24, 2014

Edublog Nominations :: 2014

The Edublog Awards provide a wonderful opportunity to reflect on all the fabulous blog posts and web contributions that people have shared over the past year. It is always difficult to make decisions and narrow it down to just one choice per category. I want to personally thank the many dedicated, talented, and passionate educators who contribute to the educational community each and every day. I learn so much from my Personal Learning Network (PLN), so many thanks!  

Here are my nominations: 

Best Student Blog - Miriam's Magical Moments

(Miriam is a former student or mine who has blogged consistently since 2011.)

Best Class Blog- Miss Jordan's Class

Best New Blog - Room One @ Auroa School

Best Library Blog - Bulldog Readers Blog

Best Individual Tweeter - JoAnn Jacobs

Best Individual Blog – wwwwatanabe (Tracy Watanabe)

Best Hashtag -#comments4kids (Thanks @wmchamberlain for your contribution!)

Best Ed Tech- Langwitches (Silvia Tolisano)

Best Teacher Blog - Cool Cat Teacher

Best Educational Use of a Social Network - Student Blogging Challenge

Best Free Web Tool Twitter

Best Open PD – Global Education Conference

Best Educational Wiki - ICT Magic

Best Mobile App – Educreations

Lifetime Achievement – Jennifer Wagner 
(Projects by Jen)

*Nominations will close TODAY (November 24) at 11.59 PM EST USA. 


  1. Thank you for the nomination for #comments4kids. :)


  2. Thanks for the nomination of the Student Blogging Challenge Linda.

  3. Thanks so much for the nomination. You are such a wonderful supportive online presence and to her the words of praise from you is very, very special. Thank you so much. Has made my day.
    Mr Webb and Room One, Auroa Primary School, Taranaki, New Zealand.

  4. Dear Mrs. Yollis,
    Thank you very much for the nomination for the Bulldog Readers Blog. You have always been my blogging hero, and I have learned so much from you through the years.
    Many thanks!
    Mrs. Hembree


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