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The 2014 #PhysEd Awards Winners!

The waiting is over. It is time to announce the winners of the 2014 #PhysEd Awards!

Before we get started here, I would just like to say a huge thank you to everyone who took the time to vote and promote the awards. This year’s nominees are truly exceptional people, and I think it’s important that we recognize the effort these people put into making our community so great. That being said, so many of you contribute to our community on a daily basis. With each tweet, blog post, YouTube video, or podcast you produce, you’re helping raise the bar for physical education everywhere. I truly hope that you continue your amazing work and that, next year, we see even more new faces amongst the nominees.

Alright… here we go. The winners of the 2014 #PhysEd Awards are:

Twitter Winner

Congratulations to Amanda Stanec (a.k.a. @MoveLiveLearn) for taking home the Best #PhysEd Teacher Twitter Account! This is the second consecutive year that Amanda wins this award, so be sure to follow her amazing work on Twitter!

Congratulations to the other 2014 nominees in this category: Naomi Hartl (@MissHartl), Adam Howell (@adamphowell), and Jo Bailey (@lovephyed)

Blog Winner

Congratulations to Ross Halliday (MakingPEFizz.com) for being selected as 2014’s Best #PhysEd Teacher Blog! This is Ross’ first #PhysEd Awards nomination and win!

Congratulations to the other 2014 nominees in this category: Ash Casey (PEPRN.com), Nathan Horne (iPhys-Ed.com), and Andy Vasily (PYPPEwithAndy.com)

YouTube Winner

Congratulations to Jarrod Robinson (The PE Geek) for being selected as 2014’s Best #PhysEd Teacher YouTube Channel! Jarrod is a triple nominee at this year’s awards (he is also nominated in the Podcast and Mobile App categories)!

Congratulations to the other 2014 nominees in this category: iPhys-Ed, PhysEd Games, and PHYSEDagogy

Podcast Winner

Congratulations to Jarrod Robinson (The PE Geek Podcast) for being selected as 2014’s Best #PhysEd Teacher YouTube Channel! This is Jarrod’s second win at this year’s awards, making him the first ever double-winner!

Congratulations to the other 2014 nominees in this category: Ash Casey (The PEPRN Podcast), and Nathan Horne (The #PhysEd Podcast).

App Winner
Congratulations to Google (Google Drive) for being selected as 2014’s Best #PhysEd Mobile App for Teaching! Google Drive is used by so many of us in the #physed community and has enabled physical educators everywhere to take their assessment to the next level.

Congratulations to the other 2014 nominees in this category: Ubersense (Ubersense), Team Shake (Rhine-O), and Easy Portfolio (Jarrod Robinson).

Contributor Winner

Last but not least, for the grandest of all of our awards categories, congratulations to Andy Vasily for being selected as 2014’s Team #PhysEd’s Top Contributor! This is Andy’s second win at the #PhysEd Awards: he was the 2013 winner for the Best #PhysEd Teacher Blog award.

Congratulations to the other 2014 nominees in this category: Ash Casey, Naomi Hartl, and Artie Kamiya.

So that’s it for this year’s edition of The #PhysEd Awards. Thank you again to everyone who participated in the awards process. I hope you all continue to raise the bar and take #physed to new heights.

Thanks for reading, and happy teaching!

Joey Feith is a physical education teacher from Canada and the founder of ThePhysicalEducator.com. Be sure to never miss out on any of ThePhysicalEducator.com’s future posts by connecting with us via RSS, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and Email.

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Joey Feith is the founder of ThePhysicalEducator.com. He currently teaches elementary physical education at St. George’s School of Montreal in Quebec, Canada.

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