Although Facebook may have the numbers and Pinterest may be the main source of creative lesson content, Twitter is still an extremely popular social media channel for teachers. Many find the semi-formal environment Twitter provides, plus the lower barriers in creating content (anybody can write 140!), offers the ideal place to connect, discuss and discover.
Here are 7 education Twitter accounts that we love to follow for interesting and informative content:
- Martin Burrett
Bio: Primary Teacher. EdTech resource sharer. Editor of #UKEdChat’s @UKEDmag Magazine & @UKEdResources. Likes China. Author: https://t.co/rkEFSQ2rfF
- Mark Anderson
Bio: Edtech, creativity, consultant, blogger, speaker, author. ITL associate. ADE GCi MCE, @Pedagoo, Love all things Apple. Former AHT, HoF, HoD, Teacher & Governor.
- David Mitchell
Bio: Former Headteacher delivering high quality (in class) training for teachers with IMPACT on data. New tech/Old tech/No tech! Speaker & @QuadBlogging founder.
- Teacher Toolkit
Bio: Most Followed Teacher on Twitter and Influential Blog on Education in UK; Top-100 #EdTech Brands in Education Worldwide; Most Influential People in Britain 2015
- Danny Nicholson
Bio: Educator, Science & ICT Consultant, SCITT PGCE Science lecturer, author and interactive whiteboard trainer. Craft Beer seller. Skeptic, gamer and geek 😉
- Neil Jarrett
Bio: Y6 teacher & maths coordinator at an international school in Bangkok. Interested in ideas & #edtech to support student’s learning. Google Certified Educator.
- Jen Mackay
Bio: Education Support Officer – Digital Learning, Dundee City Council. Technologies advocate for EYs & Primaries. Views are ALL mine. Happy go lucky scamp!
We hope you found this list useful. If you do follow these accounts, make sure to tweet them to say ‘Hi!’ and let them know you are following and what you are up to. You can also follow us on Twitter – @PrometheanUKI.