#eddies13: Voting in the Edublog Awards

Me and *This* Army
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Seomra Ranga has a very clear post on those

‘locals from hereabouts’ who have reached the voting stage.

Please take a look and vote for your favourites.

It would be good to see the Irish nominations

who got so far in the competition progress and get an award.

Seomra Ranga’s post is here!


In particular might I commend

the student entrants to you:

‘Autistic and Proud’

and the phenomenal showing from

St. Wolstan’s TY Group

who have three nominations

in Best Student Blog,

Best New Blog

and Best Podcast.


You can vote for more than one in each category

so I will also mention our good friends ‘St Peter’s Bray’

who also feature in the Podcasting category.


If you would like to vote for

‘If Only The Best Birds Sang’

in the Edublogs Awards

just click on the arrow on the bottom left of this icon.

You would need a Twitter Account or Facebook to sign in.


See full list on Listly

2 thoughts on “#eddies13: Voting in the Edublog Awards

  1. I was absolutely thrilled to see your nomination and shortlisting for these awards – that puts you up against the very best educators and class pages around the world which is exactly the sort of company that you deserve to keep. Short listing for these awards is a huge honour and one that your site richly deserves. If you are like our page you would have had already many new visitors from around the world viewing your students work, which is the whole point of the exercise.

    Thank you once again for your nomination, I shared that with the class of studnents this morning and they were absolutely thrilled to be short listed, and are amazed to be finalists in such an important competition.

    Mr Webb and Room Five, Melville Intermediate School, Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand.

  2. Thank you for you kind comments.
    We appreciated the encouragement we got from you and the students in Room 5.
    We feel we learned a lot from the world wide community
    especially yourselves, William Chamberlain and #comments4kids
    and Ms.W and the Edublogs Student Challenge.
    Our students find knowing they have a ‘real’ audience very motivating.
    That the real audience live in places far away makes it even more motivating for them.
    Thanks again,
    With every good wish

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