If you are planning to teach online and want to find some successful Educators to take inspiration and guidance from then keep reading. So if you’re wondering who to follow and who is in the know in the world in of educators? Here are some of the influential educators you should follow on social as well their personal websites that are worth a visit.
Alice is very successful as a result of teachers and Educators coming to her for fantastic inspiration and resources. Alice is an advocate of Google Suite for education purposes and thus features it in her posts. There are a number of tools that Alice advocates on her website such as Grammarly which will grammar and spell check your words.
2. Wendy Kopp
Wendy has received the recognition as Time’s Magazine’s 100 most influential people as a result of her inspiring work. She has founded a company called ‘Teach For All’ which makes education accessible to children who are living in low-income families and deprived areas across the world. Wendy’s Twitter is full of inspiring articles and interesting content that will get you pumped for teaching.
3. Vicki Davis
Vicki’s twitter posts articles from herself in addition to other articles she shares from Educators within the industry of education and eLearning. In addition to this, you will find that she hosts a 10-minute teacher show as well as a podcast which is updated regularly for her keen listeners. Oh and she also is an author of a book. This woman does it all!
4. Sylvia Duckworth
Sylvia is an educator that is very active on Twitter through her creative solution to sharing ideas such as producing beautiful sketchnotes for educators to use and share. Here is an example below of her expressing her ideas through a simple yet effective sketch :
Craig is the head of EdTech in Singapore where he provides useful articles on his social accounts and website. He also runs #whatisschool together with other insightful articles on his website which are a result of some of the discussions on the#whatisschool chat. There is a snippet on his website that sums up #whatisschool and it explains that it is a chat group where ‘educators have a voice in shaping the future through their experience, recommendations and interests.’