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My Nominations for Edublogs Awards 2009

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My Nominations for Edublogs Awards 2009


…And my nominations for the Edublog Awards 2009 are:
Best individual blog

Best individual tweeter

Best new blog

Best class blog
Christina Markoulaki http://markaki-students.blogspot.com/ (Maria Markaki Language School)
Best resource sharing blogs

Most influential tweet / series of tweets / tweet based discussion
Best teacher blog

Best educational tech support blog

Best elearning / corporate education blog

Best educational use of audio

Best educational use of video / visual

Best educational wiki

Best educational use of a social networking service

Best educational use of a virtual world

  • Edunation

Lifetime achievement


8 Responses

  1. Thanks for the nomination! I love Randall’s listening lab and forgot this one unfortunately. There are so many great ones to choose from! What is the Teacher Tv link?

  2. Was in a rush to finish and send off 🙂
    Will put in later… http://www.teachers.tv/

  3. Marisa,
    Thanks very much for the nomination… though I’m not as prolific as Karenne, I can shout louder 🙂

  4. I should thank you Gavin for letting me come to Slanguages 2009 – the rest is her story…
    That is not the reason I nominated your blog though nor why it’s in my top..well, two….:-)
    And educational change does not come about by being all sweetness and light.

  5. Graham Davies says:

    Just asking out of curiosity: Has any blog or wiki relating to teaching and learning foreign languages got into the top 20 in previous years? I know of some great blogs relating to teaching foreign languages in the UK but they seem to be read by quite a small group of people. Here are a few examples:

  6. Hi Graham, I looked at the previous years and it seems that this is the first time wikis are up for nominations.
    Thanks for comprehensive list!

  7. Larry Ferlazzo says:

    A belated thanks for the nomination!

  8. Chris Mark says:

    Too late to say thank you, but I couldn’t help it! I don’t know how this post of yours had escaped my attention. So… thank you Marisa, I am deeply grateful!
    P.S. Another big thank you for reminding me to take part in the ‘Personal Learning Networks’ EU Project. I am still trying to figure out how I am going to squeeze it in my tight schedule!

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