The Tech Edvocate’s List of 20 Must-Follow K-12 Edtech Twitter Feeds
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Edtech has worked its way into almost every classroom. Trying to catch up (and keep up) with all of the latest trends and information can seem like an impossible task, but it is one that most in the education field know they cannot omit from their curriculums and regular lessons. Teachers of students in grades K through 12 are in particularly difficult when it comes to keeping up to date because there is not enough time in the day to make sure that the tech is both worthwhile and in the budget.
Fortunately, there is plenty of information on Twitter than can help you at least stay current. All you have to do is check back on a periodic basis to see what
- Each feed must be relevant, at least some of the time. Several of them do touch on other areas as well as K to 12 specific learning, but there is enough valuable information to help you understand what is available and when it will help.
- The Twitter feed must be updated enough to be useful. Edtech changes at a breakneck speed, so updating these pages on a monthly or semi-monthly basis is not going to be very helpful. We’ve pulled up lists that give you great information in a timeline that makes sense.
#7 Erin Klein
#8 Kyle Pace
#10 Audrey Watters
#13 Steve Woods
#14 Russell Stannard
#15 Shawn McCusker
#16 Beth Holland
#17 Eric Sheninger
#18 Cageless Think
#20 Angela Maiers
It is easy to think of Twitter as a shallow method of communicating when used right; Twitter can actually be a highly effective way of reaching thousands or millions of people. For those in K-12 edtech, it is a boon to ensure that you are keeping current with all of the latest changes, trends, and information.