Lifetime Achievement 2011

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12 thoughts on “Lifetime Achievement 2011

  1. Kathron Griffin

    Vanessa’s blog has transformed Pre-K classrooms, mine included! She is an inspiration to all who visit her website, and follow her blog!

    1. Mark Barnes

      These are all truly amazing people, but I can’t think of anyone who works harder than Shelly Terrell. She is the backbone of the Reform Symposium and is constantly creating free webinars. Plus she sends dozens of useful tweets a week. All this, and she is probably the nicest person you’ll ever meet.

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  5. Jenny bagdanov

    Galinsky’s book “mind in the making” has changed the way I teach – and reformed my thoughts on parenting!!

  6. Veronica Woo Eu Cheng

    Anne,

    You are simply the best, not only in Australia! You have transcended boundaries in a globalised village! You signify what change is all about by being the change yourself. For a digital immigrant, you have many a time put the digital natives on tracks and think of what they can possibly learn from you then you from them! You practise what you preach.

    Over here, in this part of the world in Asia, you have enhanced the strong connections you have made with the educators and students here by giving it a personal touch, thus, translating your virtual presence into a very meaningful one either through video-conferencing or social visits. And all this thanks to the power of technology that has enabled the connection, collaboration and communication to work! But most of all, it’s the ripple effect that counts in the ever widening cirles you have created across the miles and great oceans of the world. And that has made all the difference!

    I firmly believe that a vote for you will help to bring about the change that is so much needed if we want to empower others in the use of technology for educational purposes, be it in the developed or developing countries. Anne, I believe you can! Yes, you can!

    1. veronica woo

      Anne,

      You are simply the best, not only in Australia! You have transcended boundaries in a globalised village! You signify what change is all about by being the change yourself. For a digital immigrant, you have many a time put the digital natives on tracks and think of what they can possibly learn from you than you from them! You practise what you preach.

      Over here, in this part of the world in Asia, you have enhanced the strong connections you have made with the educators and students here by giving it a personal touch, thus, translating your virtual presence into a very meaningful one either through video-conferencing or social visits. And all this thanks to the power of technology that has enabled the connection, collaboration and communication to work! But most of all, it’s the ripple effect that counts in the ever widening circles you have created across the miles and great oceans of the world. And that has made all the difference!

      I firmly believe that a vote for you will help to bring about the change that is so much needed if we want to empower others in the use of technology for educational purposes, be it in the developed or developing countries. Anne, I believe you can! Yes, you can!

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  8. Marilou Hyson

    Ellen Galinsky’s achievements are so deserving of recognition. I don’t know anyone who’s done more to take the best research and translate it into practical strategies for families, teachers, and policy-makers. Very few people are respected in the same way that Ellen is–broadly and deeply. She has my highest recommendation.

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