We are excited to announce that Powerful Learning Practice has been nominated for three Edublog Awards!

  • Our Voices from the Learning Revolution blog was nominated for Best Group Blog.
  • Shelly Wright’s post  The Flip: End of a Love Affair  from our Voices from the Learning Revolution blog was nominated for Most Influential Education Blog Post.
  • The PLP Community Hub and Powerful Learning Practice were both nominated for Best Social Network for Educators.

Nominations for Edublog Awards

We’d love it if you voted for PLP! It only takes a moment of your time!

Here’s how to vote

Click this link: Vote for PLP

  1. Select the category “Best Group Blog” from the drop down menu, select Voices | Powerful Learning Practice, then click vote.
  2. Click go vote again, select the category “Influential Post” from the menu, select Powerful Learning Practice – The Flip: End of a Love Affair, then click vote.
  3. Click go vote again, select the category “Social Network” from the menu, select PLP Community Hub or PLP Network, then click vote.

Congratulations to our PLPeeps who were also nominated!

There were so many great blogs nominated. If you’re a PLPeep and we missed you, please let us know and we’ll be sure to add you to this shoutout post!

Please vote for PLP and our PLPeeps – we are proud of you all! Thanks for your support!

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During a 25-year education career, Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach has been a classroom teacher, technology coach, charter school principal, district administrator, university instructor and digital learning consultant. Sheryl is the co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Powerful Learning Practice, where she works with schools and districts from around the world to re-envision their learning cultures and communities through the Connected Learner Experience and other e-learning opportunities. She is the author (with Lani Ritter Hall) of The Connected Educator: Learning and Leading in a Digital Age (Solution Tree, 2012) and is in the dissertation phase of completing her doctorate in Educational Planning, Policy and Leadership at the College of William and Mary.