Best individual blog 2011

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15 thoughts on “Best individual blog 2011

  1. Candy Lawrence

    Tom’s blog stands out not only because he addresses important philosophical issues and teaching attitudes in a very readable way, but also because it’s just so damn well written. This is not just professional teaching commentary and reflection- it’s a professional standard of writing too, which ensures that his meaning is always clearly and often poignantly expressed.

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  6. Brad Patterson

    Thanks so much for your hard work organizing this, Edublog folk !

    Quitk heads up: Missing a few letters/words on my blog name: A journee in Language (understand if it doesn’t show up completely in the short-list, but hopefully on this page it can).

    THANKS ! -Brad

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