I'm happy to submit my nominations for the 2010 Edublogs awards via this post. While I'm often not a fan of these types of extrinsic awards, I believe the spirit of the Edublogs Awards is more growth oriented than anything else-and quite honestly, blogging (and most any online work, quite frankly) is still in its infancy and needs systems these this to provide much needed incubation.
With that said, my 2010 nominations follow:
Best Individual Blog: Steve Taffee's 'Blog-Ed Indetermination'
Steve is clever, witty, and a damn good writer-be sure to add this feed to your reader--great blog that often times talks about technology infused pedagogy and methodology (disclosure-I work with Steve).
Best Teacher Blog: Katie Sauvain's 'Keep Asking' - smart, thoughtful and reflective teaching blog written by a middle school english teacher (disclosure-I work with Katie)
Best library blog: Castilleja School Library (full disclosure-I work at Castilleja School)
Best Use of Video: Dan Rezac's 'Mathedemics' YouTube Channel
Best Use of a Social Network: Paul Allison and Company's "Voices on the Gulf" project--an incredible community that has sprouted up to build solidarity with the residents of the Gulf of Mexico region who have been impacted by the BP Oilspill
Best Educational Tech Support Blog: Richard Kassissieh's 'Kassblog'
--I'm not nominating Richard because he is one of the few people to leave a comment on my blog...his work is much, much broader than 'Tech Support" and really is more focused on learning, but its a blog that I like reading and one that I feel is deserving of an Edublog award for sure.
Best School Administrator Blog: Jonathan Martin's 21K12 blog
Best Group Blog: Connected Principals
Best Individual Tweeter: Kevin Hodgson, aka, @dogtrax
Lifetime Achievement: Wes Fryer's 'Speed of Creativity'