The Edublog Awards

Best student blog 2011

Scroll down this page to view the shortlisted nominations in this category in alphabetical order.

To vote for your favorite just choose the category from the drop down menu below you want to vote in, who you want to vote for and then click Vote.

  • You can vote in as many categories as you want per day!
  • Please note only one vote per category per day will be counted per IP address.
  • This means, if your school uses one IP address, you’ll need to ask students and staff to vote from home, or only one vote will count :)

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  1. You have the awesomest blog ever!!!!!!! :p

  2. Hi everyone,
    THANKS so much for putting me in the shortlist! Please have a look at all the other blogs and of course my own, ( and leave some comments! Good luck everyone!

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  4. Well done Jarrod, you have worked very hard on your blog this year. Keep up the good work. Wendy

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  7. Great blog Jaden!! Congratulations on all your hard work!

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  9. nice blog best blog ever

  10. Great blog Jarrod

  11. I’m really proud of you……this rawks! :-)

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  13. Miriam, your blogs are the best because they are educational
    I think you deserve an award

  14. Miriam< your blogs are the best because they are educational.
    I think you deserve an award.

  15. Congrats Jaden on your nomination!! We are very proud of you!

    Good luck to all the nominees!

  16. This is the best blog.We are all proud of you.And you should get Award.

  17. Hi Every on please vote for me!!

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  20. Welcome back to Egypt is the best student blog I’ve ever seen.Please have a look and see the awesome things the students did. Please vote for them. Thank you.

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    and vote for me if you like it !

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  25. Jake Gould
    Your blog is awsome. I have learned a lot from your rinsight into so many things.
    Keep on blogging.

    All the best.

  26. Your blogs are all so cool

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