It seems like just a year ago I was winning my first EduBro Award...cause it is! Like the dynasty that I am, I'm delivering my second award speech in a row. You can see all of the other uber-cool winners here.
Now, back to me.
This year, I was a part of three awards:
- "Most likely to make you lol in the comment section" award
- #dadsined award (w/my partner in crime Brent Catlett)
- "The #_posse for keeping the oft-maligned underscore symbol in the forefront of our minds" along with Greg Garner (@classroom_tech) & Chris Casal (@mr_casal).
And as expected, the EdCamp Crane took home the Best EdCamp Mascot award!
I'm on Cloud 9 after winning an #edubroaward last night. No, seriously, I am on Cloud No 9. #howIroll Thanks @thenerdyteacher & @tgwynn!
— EdCamp Crane (@EdCampCrane) December 20, 2013
For the "lol award" - the irony is I would never use lol. I hate that phrase. So thanks to however nominated me. In all honesty, I just try to bring a level head and a little humor to this stressful job. I do appreciate the nod.
DadsinEd - very honored, as this is something that Brent and I are passionate about. I'm a little saddened that the third member of our crew, Devin Schoening, wasn't mentioned, but we all know we don't go anywhere without our third wheel!
The #_posse was developed during a topic secret meeting in Hot-Lanta in the spring of 2013. That's all I can say, as the first rule of the #_posse (aka #underscoreposse) is that you don't talk about the #_posse.
I would say good luck to all of the competition next year, but you're going to need more than luck to derail this dynasty train.