Looking through the finalists for The Edublog Awards
I was very happy to see that ‘Great minds think alike’.
There were very many familiar faces.
I was glad to see that quite a number of the blogs I’d nominated
had gone through to the voting stages.
So take a bow
There are lots of #irisheddies2013 this year.
From further afield I was delighted to see nominations for
from Hamilton, New Zealand.
I was also very pleased to see both Mackenzie’s !ROAR!
and Annabel’s ‘Dance to this Blog’
as I could not choose between them.
The teacher who taught them to blog,
Sue Wyatt is also nominated for the ‘Lifetime Achievement Award.’
She also co-ordinates the biannual Student Blogging Challenge.
I was also glad to see William Chamberlain’s #comments4kids
has reached the voting stage as has Rob Smith’s wonderful
Though I was sorry How I Learn didn’t figure,
there was a certain serendipity to see her nomination
of Fionn Hamill’s ‘Autistic and Proud’ do so well.
Though MargD Teaching Posters didn’t go through,
do take a look at her Aladdin’s Cave for the Primary Teacher.
It is full of teaching ideas, resources and methodologies
and is motivating and inspiring.
Finally, having come so far ourselves
we would really appreciate your vote.
Just click on the arrow
on the left hand side of the link below.
Thanks a million.