Award-winning Glogster EDU projects

Glogs have been catching the eye of educational award judges since their debut in 2007. If you’re looking for a creative, show stopping format for a contest entry or grant application, look no further than Glogster EDU!

Here’s a collection of Glog projects that have taken home the prize:

  • Students from Arrowhead Elementary in Broken Arrow, OK won $25,000 through the Classroom Connection program with their Glogster project. Read the article here.
  • Mary Carole Strother, teacher-Librarian and Bryce Kennaugh, second-grade teacher, from Finch Elementary School in McKinney, TX won the ISTE 2011 Innovation Award for their project using Glogster EDU, Maybelle the Cockroach.
  • Tracy Blazosky’s class website nominated for Best Educational Wiki in the 2010 Edublog Awards.
  • Greetings from the World, featuring Glogs from countries around the world, won Best Educational Wiki in the 2009 and 2010 Edublog Awards and was shortlisted in the same category in the 2011 Edublog Awards.

Glogster EDU has won its share of awards, too! Excuse us while we toot our own horn (just a bit):

  • Finished in 2nd place in the 2011 EduBlog Awards in the “Best Free Web Tool” category.

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