Announcing the 2010 Edublog Awards Winners!

We are proud to announce all of the winners of this year’s Edublog Awards!

Well done to all the winners, nominees, those that contributed nominations, voted, and participated!

A link to the recoding of the live awards ceremony will be posted on this blog soon.

For the winners, we encourage you to show off your award with the badge below. Make sure to link the badge to the page with all of the results in your category, and here is a cheats method for uploading badges in both Edublogs and WordPress blogs.

And without further adieu, here are the top three finishers in each category this year!

Best individual blog

Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites Of The Day

Kirsten Winkler

Free Technology for Teachers

Best individual tweeter




Best group blog

The Teaching Palette

The Reading Roundup

Irresistible Ideas for Play Based Learning

Best new blog

The Nerdy Teacher

Box of Chocolates

Speech Techie

Best class blog

The Blog Dogs

Mrs. Yollis’ Class Blog!

Billings Beta

Best student blog

Haley’s Life – 10 years old

Chemistry: It’s “Element”-ary!! – Grade 10

Emily’s Blog – Year 3

Best resource sharing blog

Kirsten Winkler


Free Technology for Teachers

Most influential blog post

Joyce Seitzinger’s Moodle Tool Guide for Teachers

Joyce Valenza’s Things I think teacher librarians should unlearn (20 & counting)

Frank Noschese’s The $2 interactive whiteboard

Most influential tweet / series of tweets / tweet based discussion




Best teacher blog

The Scholastic Scribe


Teacher Tom

Best librarian / library blog

Bright Ideas

A Media Specialist’s Guide to the Internet

Castilleja School Library

Best school administrator blog

The Principal of Change

A Principal’s Reflections

Darcy Moore’s Blog

Best educational tech support blog

The Angry Technician

Thumann Resources

Free Technology for Teachers

Best elearning / corporate education blog



Rapid E-Learning Blog

Best educational use of audio


SCC English Audio Boos – Patterns of Poetry

Deutsche Welle Audiotrainer

Best educational use of video / visual



Best educational wiki


DSD Wiki

Greetings From The World

Best educational podcast

Ed Tech Crew


Best educational webinar series

Future of Education

Classroom 2.0 Live

Global Education Conference 2010

Best educational use of a social network

Classroom 2.0

Learn German with Deutsche Welle

English Companion Ning

Best educational use of a virtual world

ISTE – SIGMS & MissionV Project

Quest Atlantis

Best use of a PLN

Tom Barrett’s Interesting Ways series


The Educator’s PLN

Classroom 2.0

Global Education Conference 2010

Lifetime achievement

Sir Ken Robinson

Steve Hargadon

Linda Yollis

40 thoughts on “Announcing the 2010 Edublog Awards Winners!

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  3. Chris Betcher

    Congrats to all the winners, and to all the nominees too… it’s pretty cool just getting nominated for these awards…

    Just a suggestion for Sue of whoever can make this happen… Could we have a single OPML file that contains all the award winners ( and maybe another one for all the nominees as well?) so that it would be possible to import the entire collection(s) into our feedreaders without having to manually add each one?

    I have used this method in the past to help teachers import all the blog feeds from their students into their RSS Reader, so they get a complete collection of feeds in one hit. It’s a real time saver. Just publish the OPML and when people import it, it in turns grabs all the individual feeds.

    It would be ideal for helping people subscribe easily and quickly to the winners/nominees.


    1. Sue Waters

      Hi Chris, it is a good idea however the issue is the time it would take to create. We still have hours of work left to finish off what we need to do for finalising the information for the Edublog Awards.

      Perhaps a member of the community could help with this? Or perhaps you or some one could contact Martin to see if the data he used to create the Custom Google Search of Edublog Awards shortlisted nominations could be imported to create an OPML file?

      1. Sue Waters

        Hi Vanessa and Rob,

        We’re sorry for the delays but Ronnie who wrote the post was sick and immediately after the ceremony had to jump on a plane.

        This combined with workload, extreme tiredness, being unwell myself and the fact this post uses tables to announce the winners which is considerably harder to edit than a normal post has lead to the delay.

        I’ve now added the Individual Tweeter categoy into the post.

  4. Jim Burke

    I am not sure what happened when I began to speak on the Eluminate session for the awards but my computer froze up. It was apparently just too excited about what it had accomplished! What I had been trying to say when it froze up, I think, was that on a day here in California when so much news seems so bad, so sad, this gathering of people was a great boon to the spirit! So much good doing on even amidst the challenges. I am very grateful for the recognition of all the work that people on the EC Ning have done. Thanks to Sue, Steve, and Ron—as well as everyone on the EC Ning.

    1. Sue Waters

      Hi Jim, sorry that you had problems talking in the Elluminate session. Congratulations to the EC Ning!

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  7. Marie-France

    Congratultions to all winners. The best thing about these awards is to give us access to tools to improve our computer literacy.
    Not an adieu ( French word meaning good-bye for good) but a hello to the virtual world of Education :-)
    From frozen France :-(

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  10. Simon Lewis

    Congratulations to all winners and nominees in the Awards! Great to see two Irish sites getting runners-up awards – Congrats to SCCEnglish and MissionV!

  11. arjana

    Congratulations to all the winners and all the nominees!

    My wiki Greetings from the world won the award, and I’m on cloud nine right now, but I’m so very sad because I missed the ceremony – because I thought it was today! I’ll never forgive myself:-(

    But I’d like to extend my thanks to all the members of this wiki – to 19 wonderful teachers and 420 students from 12 countries. We live on five continents, but it’s this true spirit of collaboration that keeps us together in our virtual world.

    Thank you Edublogs!

    1. Sue Waters

      Hi Arjana, sorry that you missed the event. These time zones can be really confusing. I have this trouble all the time!

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