One of the hardest things to do when you get started is to find quality people to follow and learn from and with. To assist in this endeavor, I started a list of people I follow, then posted this to the Twitterverse to Crowd Source other’s ideas. I hope this list will grow and we can continue to learn from and with each other.
I have also divided the tables into subject area or position to help in finding what you are looking for more quickly. When filling out subject/position, you can include grade level, subject taught if you know more specific curriculum they are more knowledgeable in.
I am including my information so you know who to contact in case have questions, or see information that you don’t think is accurate. If there is a group of educators I left out or should be classified in a different way, please let me know. Final note, I have the utmost respect for all the people I follow and learn from, however I don’t have time to include everyone on my list. I do not mean to slight anyone in this process, but instead am hopeful that over time and with the help of others we will create a comprehensive list of amazing educators that will help both those new to Twitter and those looking for new educators to connect to. Thanks.
I am Ben Brazeau @Braz74 former social studies teacher for 15 years now Technology Integrator.
Disclaimer- because I opened this up for public editing, I cannot verify the accuracy of information shared i.e. someone adding themselves to grow their own followers, especially for purposes beyond education. It is my hope that those who add are doing it in good faith.
Click the link below to add your contributions to who new teachers to Twitter should follow! Please and Thank You!
Twitter for Educators- Who do you follow and why?