Thursday, November 28, 2013

Edublog Nominations



I wasn't really intending to participate in the Edublog Nominations since I have quite a bit weighing on my mind.....but I wanted to show my appreciation for several of my favorite bloggers out there. (Plus, Serena is hanging out with my mom so I actually have some use of the computer tonight.)


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-Best individual blog- This was really hard for me to decide. In the end, it has to be Chapel Hill Snippets with Figuratively Speeching coming in second place. I love the adaptable books that Ruth shares on her blog and am very thankful that she also shares forms her district develops. I use the Teacher Rating lists constantly. 

-Best group blog- Speechie Freebies (Was there ever any doubt?)

-Best student blog- Speechie Musings 

-Best ed tech / resource sharing blog- Speech Techie

-Best teacher blog- The Adventures of Room 83

-Most influential blog post of the year- I have to hand it to Kelly at Speech2U for her Saturday Soap box posts. They are the highlight of my weekly blog reading. The points on her recent posts about goal writing are phenomenal. I agree with them 100% after two years of shaking my head at some of the goals that I see from transfer students.  My favorite post is her most recent one on making sensible goals: I don't know where to start when you write a goal like that. Every graduate student should have to read this series. 

-Lifetime achievement- This one is difficult for me because I started out reading two very terrific blogs from their beginning stages. I think they are both crazy talented and have made a huge impact on the SLP community. Crazy Speech World gets my vote this year as I really love her DIY posts. 

6 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for your nice words. I love your blog too!

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    1. You totally deserve them, Ruth! :)

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  2. These are great nominations. I love Chapel Hill Snippets too! Her printable books are fantastic! Thank you so much for including me in such a talented group of bloggers and speech language pathologists.

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    1. You deserve it! I love your blog. :)

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  3. You are so incredibly kind. Thank you SO much, this means so much to me!

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    1. You deserve it! I love reading your blog and how it continues to keep me inspired. :)

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