Well, it’s been only a few months since I started blogging and I’ve learned so many things from a huge group of great educators. I feel myself happy as I have a superb PLN.
It’s difficult for me to nominate just one for each cathegory as there are so many invaluble people who are not afraid of sharing what they’ve already known with other people. I want to apologise from those whom I won’t be able to include the following list.
Best individual blog Teacher Reboot Camp I believe everybody has something from Shelly Terrell.She does great job in this virtual world of ours and I’m so happy as thanks to twitter I had the chance to know her.
Best educational tech support blog Ozge Karaoglu’s Blog She is great. I feel amazed how she can manage all those things. She is very enthusiastic and inspiring.
Best resource sharing blog Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…I think he is also amazing. I must thank him because I’ve been learning tons of useful stuff from you.
Best individual tweeter Marisa_C If Marisa Constantinides tweets something I think it worths a visit.
Best class blog Intermediate English class blog The site is very inspirational, it’s full of lots of great ideas.
Best educational Wiki greetings from the world A very nice project. It’s also very inspiring and soon very soon our students will contribute to it.
Best teacher blog Think and Dream in English The blog is a dream world and I love visiting there.
Thank you Eva! You are one of the newest and brightest shining starts on the blogosphere and on Twitter! Your passion for web 2.0 tools is truly infectious!
Wow, Shelly.You’re the nominee but I’m blushed. What an honour to be called a shining. I think I’m just lucky to meet all these inspiring people.
Thank you, thank you, thank you… (I’m blushing). Thanks for the nomination. I love your tweets and your blog.
Thank you dear Eva! I am thrilled you think so, although I think there are tweeters with far more interesting tweets than mine, Shelly being one of them!
Like your blog! And your glog! Happy Christmas already!
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