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@SimplySuzy’s Top 5: I have decided to include Twitter accounts of those who I know in realms outside of Twitter, as well. I am a firm believer in hybrid interactions, as online connections are strengthened when you begin to connect with others in many arenas – FB, Pinterest, conferences, workshops, classroom visits, etc… Tell them I said hello!!
@EdTechTeacher21: “EdTechTeacher helps teachers, schools, and school leaders develop 21st century learning environments.” ~ Chestnut Hill, MA · http://edtechteacher.org” 650+ followers / 93/100 Twitter Grader
Tom Daccord and Justin Reich have spent the past ten years finding ways to help teachers integrate technology into classrooms worldwide. Their website, workshops, conferences, professional development programs, webinars, keynotes and presentations provide professional, practical and progressive ideas for teachers of all levels. This fall they are hosting their first annual EdTechTeacher iPad Summit USA, a national-level conference held at Harvard. Check out their website and get inspired!
@TheOCBlog: “Charity Preston, M.A. is a K-12 teacher.Areas of expertise include curriculum development,technology integration into content areas,and data-driven instruction. ~ · http://www.theorganizedclassroomblog.com” 2,100+ followers / 97.2 Twitter Grader
Charity Preston is such a valuable, dynamic resource for teachers, as she moves at lightning speed to keep up with all that is current in education. Whether implementing the Common Core, starting your own blog, creating classroom DIY projects, or looking for free classroom materials, Charity has multiple resources for you! She manages several websites and shares her knowledge and enthusiasm in countless ways. Tell her Suzy sent you from TWITTER and she’ll giggle.
@gregkuloweic “History Teacher (8 years) & Tech Integration Specialist (1 year). #sschat co-creator, EdTechTeacher Senior Associate (www.edtechteacher.org) ~ Plymouth, MA · http://www.kulowiectech.blogspot.com” 2,900+ followers / 97.2 Twitter Grader
You’d think I’d run into Greg at the local grocery store, as he lives so close to me, but alas, no. Greg is an active Tweeter, who shares valuable resources, reflects on his own learning, and interacts with everyone. Greg works closely with the folks at EdTechTeacher, where he’s an engaging presenter who shares strategies that work with real, live students. Attendees leave his sessions feeling inspired and more confident in their technology skills. Somebody tell him he needs more props in his presentations, though (HEE!).
@cybraryman1 “Educator & Writer trying to catalog the internet for students, educators and parents. http://cybraryman.com” ~ ÜT: 27.179819,-80.236438 · http://www.cybraryman.com” 16,000+ followers / 100 Twitter Grader
I was already a huge fan of Jerry Blumengarten because of the amazing, endless, valuable list of resources he shares with parents, students and teachers alike. I became crazed fan when he visited my classroom several months ago and spent a few hours with my students. Jerry is a very real, very genuine educator who loves learning and teaching, and clearly his enthusiasm fuels the creation of his incomparable website. I share his resources in all of my courses, and teachers fall in love with him, one after another. Thanks for coming to Mullen-Hall, Jerry – the kids mentioned you all the way to summer vacation!
@FableVision “Transmedia designed to change the world/Partnering w kindred spirits. Studio: @fvstudioboston K12 resources: @fablelearn Tweets by Paul Reynolds, Co-Founder ~ Boston · http://www.fablevision.com” 2,500+ followers / 97.2 Twitter Grader
FableVision founders, Paul and Peter H. Reynolds inspire creativity and innovation through their posts, products and presentations. Supported by an army of educator “Ambassadors” who believe in their mission, the folks at FableVision strive to encourage self-expression, creative thinking, cultural understanding and problem-solving. I am proud to be an Ambassador, and love using their ideas and materials in my classroom every day.
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