Last night, the Edublog Awards were announced. This is an international celebration of the best use of blogs and wikis in educational settings. This year, LPS received 7 nominations listed in the table below. Our two award winners are:
Last week, I proudly put out Littleton’s nominations for the 2009 Edublogs awards. Well, not all of them made the “short-list” eligible for voting on, but a good number did. Please take a moment to visit these creative, thoughtful professionals’ projects to leave a congratulatory comment or two. And, if so moved, cast your vote for them.
However you may vote, consider the experiences that these folks are providing for their students, and the learning that they are modeling. Do these teachers embody the Colorado Performance Standards for Teachers? Do they model the NCTE’s Definition of 21st Century Literacies?
Littleton Public School has had an amazing run of well-deserved recognition for our hard working, creative, thoughtful educators. In no particular order, Karl Fisch (AHS) was named, by ISTE, the 2009 Outstanding Leader of the Year, Steven Newell (Sandburg) was named The Apex Top Tech Teacher of the Year from Colorado’s Technology Association (along with finalist Chris Moore and Nicolette Vander Velde from East Elementary) and most recently, LPS had the great honor of have two educators awarded to the National School Board Association’s Twenty to Watch simultaneously. These two to watch are Anne Smith (AHS) and Chris Moore (East Elementary).
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