Teaching with Blogs: The Miss Rumphius Award



I’m so excited! I’ve just been awarded The Miss Rumphius Award for “… your impressive ideas for how to use a weblog to support classroom literacy at your Edinger House blog site at http://blogs.dalton.org/Edinger.”


Members of the RTEACHER listserv present the Miss Rumphius Award to educators who develop and share exceptional Internet resources for literacy and learning. It honors teachers who make our world a more beautiful place, like the title character in the book Miss Rumphius by Barbara Cooney. Because Miss Rumphius scattered lupine seeds wherever she went, we use this flower as the symbol for our award.



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9 responses to “Teaching with Blogs: The Miss Rumphius Award

  1. Congratulations, Monica! That’s wonderful.


  2. Well done! Well done indeed.


  3. Congrats! That’s terrific, Monica, and well-deserved!


  4. Amy

    Your recognition is well-deserved.


  5. Congrats. Well-deserved.


  6. Karen

    Wonderful! I am so glad you have been recognized!


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