Education Twitter Recommendations

Twitter is a great place to be for today’s educators. The variety of accounts to follow can be overwhelming: STEM ideas, early literacy activities, funding equity–you name it, there are people and organizations to inspire. Never fear, we’re here with a few recommendations from the people we trust for content. So consider this a double whammy: a look at the Twitter accounts @YumaEduSummit loves, plus an extra helping from those very same accounts.

Who to Follow

  • @DaringToTeach Dr. Beth Maloney, 2014 Arizona Teacher of the Year: @MisterMinor Cornelius Minor,  “a revolutionary teacher full of inspiration and experience.”
  • @Almada_Mrs aka Mrs. A, 5th grade educator from East Providence, RI, who loves teaching and seeks to empower all students to love learning: @WeinsteinEdu, “Brad Weinstein’s tweets and retweets serve as a constant reminder of why we must value relationships over policies.”
  • @TheMrsRandolph is our own Megan Randolph, middle school math teacher and Apple Distinguished Educator: @MathBeforeBed, “resources on their site that allow teachers to pull simple math problems to spark a mathematical discussion. I use these when I need my students to think about a concept in its simplest terms and work up from there. My own kids love talking about the problems before bed too.”
  • @MrsHallScholars, LaQuisha Hall with 18 years teaching and founder of @QueendomTEA: @ProjectLITComm featuring high interest, culturally relevant texts to get students re-engaged in reading.
  • @ReadBetterAZ is the page for Read Better Be Better, a fantastic organization that helps improve literacy skills for children: @myvsuw partners with us often and shares all kinds of great resources for a wide audience–community members, teachers, parents, and education lovers.

So tell us, who do you follow for ideas and strength in the education realm?

Published by Eliana

Assessment development and grant writing. Teaching since 1999.

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