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Time to Vote! The A.T.TIPSCAST & ATEval2Go were nominated for 2013 Edublog Awards!

The 2013 Edublog Award nominations are out! The A.T.TIPSCAST has been nominated in the category of “Best Podcasts or Google Hangouts“. Also, ATEval2Go has been nominated in the category of “Best Mobile App“! Please vote to bump them up the rankings and share with your colleagues, friends, and family!

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Click the logos to vote!

ATEval2Go logo

Click on the little arrow below the A.T.TIPSCAST or ATEval2Go logos to vote! You should see the number go up by one. See the image below.

howtovote2013Voting ends on December 18th, 2013

While you’re there, vote for these deserving resources as well!

Best Individual Blog – Teaching All Students by Patrick Black

Best Individual Blog & Best Ed Tech BlogPrAACtical AAC

Best Group Blog – ASHAsphere by the American Speech Hearing Language Association

Best Group BlogPartners in Learning – Hot Topics – Accessibility by my teammates Dr. Cynthia Feist and Dr. Tara Jeffs

Best Ed Tech Blog & Best Teacher Blog – SpeechTechie by Sean Sweeney

Best Hashtag – #atchat

Best Educational Use of a Wiki – UDLTechToolkit

Best Open PD/Webinar/UnconferenceVSTELive! Webinars

One last thing…

Even if you don’t vote, take some time to explore all the fantastic nominees. The reason they are nominated is because these resources have earned the respect of their peers. These resources have made a lasting impact on people resulting in authentic invigoration, innovation, and inspiration. One or more of these resources might have the same impact on you! You can view them all here.

2012 Edublog Award Media Blitz

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The A.T.TIPSCAST has been nominated in the category of “The Best Podcast Series” for the 2012 Edublog Awards. The podcast was a finalist (came in 5th place) for the 2011 Edublog Awards for Best Use of Audio/Video/Podcast”! This year, I wanted to “walk the talk” as it were, so I used a number of app/Web resources to try to spread the word in an effort to get people to rock the vote. These tools are also great to use with students! Below is a list of the various marketing ploys.

If you’re reading this before 11:59pm, December 9th 2012… it’s not too late to vote!

The following are a list of ways you can help:

1. Lego Star Wars Comic Builder

Three panel comic of Yoda talking to Quigon-Jin telling him there is a disturbance in the force because people haven't voted for the A.T.TIPSCAST

2. Animoto (to razz my friends at the Edceptional podcast)

3. Sock Puppets for iOS (one of which was created in collusion with my 7 yo son)

4. Pic Stitch for iOS

Buddy the Elf screaming to vote for the A.T.TIPSCAST

Oh, and our Elf on the Shelf made an appearance as well…

Elf on the Shelf holding a sign that reads "Santa wants you to vote for the A.T.TIPSCAST"

Click on this VOTE button to vote!

Here’s a big thanks to all who voted!

I hope you had a chance to vote for the following resources as well:

Best Individual Blog – Teaching All Students by Patrick Black

Best Individual Blog – SpeechTechie by Sean Sweeney

Best Group Blog – ASHAsphere by the American Speech Hearing Language Association

Best Group Blog – Pediastaff Blog by Pediastaff

Best Hashtag – #slpeeps

Best Teacher Blog – SpeechTechie by Sean Sweeney

Best Educational Use of a Wiki – UDLTechToolkit

Best Learning Network – Pediastaff

Best Mobile App – Flying Books

One last thing…

Even if you don’t vote, take some time to explore all the fantastic nominees. The reason they are nominated is because these resources have earned the respect of their peers. These resources have made a lasting impact on people resulting in authentic invigoration, innovation, and inspiration. One or more of these resources might have the same impact on you! You can view them all here.

The A.T.TIPSCAST has been nominated for a 2012 Edublog Award! Please VOTE!

The 2012 Edublog Award nominations are out! “The A.T.TIPSCAST” has been nominated in the category of “The Best Podcast Series”. The podcast was a finalist (came in 5th place) for the 2011 Edublog Awards for Best Use of Audio/Video/Podcast”! Where will it place this year?!?! That’s up to you!

The following are a list of ways you can help: ATTIPScast Logo 1 big

1. Vote once per day from work.

2. Vote once per day from home.

3. Vote once per day from your smartphone (if you have one).

4. Ask your friends, family and colleagues to vote once per day at home, work, and from a smartphone.

Click on this VOTE button to vote!

Voting ends on December 9th.

While you’re there, vote for these deserving resources as well!

Best Individual Blog – Teaching All Students by Patrick Black

Best Individual Blog – SpeechTechie by Sean Sweeney

Best Group Blog – ASHAsphere by the American Speech Hearing Language Association

Best Group Blog – Pediastaff Blog by Pediastaff

Best Hashtag – #slpeeps

Best Teacher Blog – SpeechTechie by Sean Sweeney

Best Educational Use of a Wiki – UDLTechToolkit

Best Learning Network – Pediastaff

Best Mobile App – Flying Books

One last thing…

Even if you don’t vote, take some time to explore all the fantastic nominees. The reason they are nominated is because these resources have earned the respect of their peers. These resources have made a lasting impact on people resulting in authentic invigoration, innovation, and inspiration. One or more of these resources might have the same impact on you! You can view them all here.

The 2011 Edublog Awards! Time to Vote!

The 2011 Edublog Award nominations are out! “The Compendium Blog of the A.T.TIPSCAST” has been nominated in the category of “The Best use of Audio/Video/Podcast”. The podcast came in fourth last year! Where will it place this year?!?! We’ll find out on December 14th.

Vote for the A.T.TIPSCAST hereThe following are a list of ways you can help:

1. Vote once per day from work.

2. Vote once per day from home.

3. Vote once per day from your smartphone (if you have one).

4. Ask your friends, family and colleagues to vote once per day at home, work, and from a smartphone.

Click on this VOTE button to vote!

Not sure how? Watch this 1 minute video demonstrating the process.

 

While you’re there, vote for these deserving resources as well!

Best EdTech/Resource Sharing Blog- SpeechTechie

Best Twitter Hashtag- #slpeeps

Best Educational Use of a Wiki- UDLTechToolkit

Best Webinar Series- VSTELive!

One last thing…

Even if you don’t vote, take some time to explore all the fantastic nominees.  The reason they are nominated is because these resources have earned the respect of their peers.  These resources have made a lasting impact on people resulting in authentic invigoration, innovation, and inspiration.  One or more of these resources might have the same impact on you!

A.T.TIPSCAST Recipient of The Busy Educator Award!

The A.T.TIPSCAST is the recent recipient of

The Busy Educator Award!

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Check out the website below to learn more about The Busy Educator!

http://thebusyeducator.com

A.T.TIPSCAST Nominated for a 2010 Edublog Award!

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The A.T.TIPSCAST was nominated in the category of

Best Educational Podcast for 2010!

Edublog Award Best Educational Podcast Badge 2010

Please click on the badge above to cast your vote for the A.T.TIPSCAST!  While you’re there, check out all of the other categories for a wealth of highly respected resources!

http://edublogawards.com

Thanks for voting!

Edublog Award Nominations 2010

Hello there everyone,

This is a blog-only post. There isn’t any new audio, or official A.T.TIPSCAST episode, associated with this post but don’t click away yet!  This post outlines my nominations for the 2010 Edublog Awards.  In my experience most educational bloggers, podcasters, and Tweeters do so on their own time, after work hours because it is their passion.  They aren’t asked to do it. They aren’t paid to do it. Yet, we all benefit from the many hours they put into their craft.

The Edublog Awards provide a way to recognize these enormous efforts.  Here are my nominations for the 2010 Edublog Awards:

Best individual blog -

Teaching All Students by Patrick Black – (www.teachingall.blogspot.com) – Fresh ideas, multiple resources, and practical solutions for differentiating instruction for EVERY student.  When it comes to implementing technology for every student, this blog is a MUST read.

Best school administrator blog -

The Tech Flash by Mark Nichols (www.thetechflash.com) – The Tech Flash is one of the most pertinent blogs about technology for all students (with a special focus on students with disabilities) not to mention resources for teachers, administrators, and parents alike.

Best teacher blog -

Speech-Language Pathology Sharing by Eric Sailers (http://slpsharing.com/) – There aren’t many speech-language pathologists who continously integrate technology into their practice and share those experiences with the world at large.  Few skills are as important to a student as the ability to communicate, let alone communicate effectively.  This well-planned and thorough blog provides support to every teacher who has a student with communication difficulties.

Best educational podcast -

Teacher 2.0 podcast by Rodd Lucier (www.thecleversheep.com) - I could be wrong about this, but I believe the willingness of teachers to listen to an audio file correlates directly to the length of that file.  The longer the file, the less likely it is that a teacher will listen to it.  The Teacher 2.0 podcast provides succinct yet thought-provoking topics on education technology that make listeners feel like they are part of an active  conversation rather than a passive member of the audience.

Best educational wiki -

The UDLTechToolKit by Karen Janowski & Joyce Kazman Valenza (http://udltechtoolkit.wikispaces.com/) - Simply the best collection of tools on the web for differentiating instruction.  A teacher could get lost for hours in the possibilities for students.  Any visitor instantly begins to see solutions for students they work with on a daily basis.

Best Educational Use of a Virtual World – 

Virtual Ability Island in Second Life (http://virtualability.org) - This location is second life has basic tutorials on how to begin your Second Life experience designed in such a way that EVERY person, no matter their ability, can participate in the experience.  Learn about increasing accessibility in RL and in SL by visiting this fantastic resource. 

Best Educational Webinar Series -

MATN Online (http://olms.cte.jhu.edu/18869) – MATN webinars are always engaging and informative which gather insights from experts in the field of assistive technology and universal design for learning.

Best New Blog –   

Speech Techie (www.speechtechie.com) by Sean Sweeney -Less than a year old, the blog is packed with current strategies to implement technology that are useful to more than just speech-language pathologist.  Well written and well organized, each post provides a quick bit of thought provoking information that would benefit any educator.

I hope you check out these fabulous resources and, if you agree with my choices, consider voting for these fantastic creations, projects, and initiatives to recognize the dedication of these individuals.  Find out more information about how to participate over at The Edublog Awards.

Enjoy!

Chris

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