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Top 5 ed-tech Twitter accounts we follow
Here are 5 people eSchool News follows on Twitter–you should follow them, too!
We often spend a lot of time focusing on the numbers and the people who are following us on Twitter. Many companies and community managers have certain criteria they use when it comes to who they follow. What are your criteria?
We try to find influential people in the field who share great content. These 5 education Twitter accounts are worth a follow.
Know of any education Twitter accounts you’d like to see on the list? Be sure to leave your suggestion in the comment section below.
Eric Sheninger, @NMHS_Principal
Eric Sheninger is a distinguished educator. He is a an author, speaker, and the principal of New Milford High School. Eric has an impressive number of tweets and twitter followers.
Erin Klein, @KleinErin
eSchool News covers the intersection of technology and innovation in education. I was initially inclined to follow Erin because she had “#edTech Blogger” in her bio. Erin also has an impressive number of followers and her blog is very informative.
Shawn McCusker, @ShawnMcCusker
We love Twitter chats and Shawn is the creator and co-leader of #1to1techat. Shawn is involved with a lot of other education related groups and he shares a ton of relevant information. He is definitely a person worth following.
Shannon Miller, @shannonmmiller
A prolific Twitter user, Shannon offers unique insights on a range of education innovation issues. She is a distinguished speaker and writes regularly on her blog, Van Meter Library Voice. Shannon did an excellent job as featured guest speaker in our October webinar “How to be a Connected School Leader.”
Beth Holland, @brholland
We choose to follow Beth because the first two words in her bio are part of our mission statement. We love the fact that Beth states that she is an innovator and an educator.
Who do you follow on Twitter? Share your thoughts with us by commenting on this article and connecting with us on Twitter @eschoolnews.