In This Post :
- With the millions of educational Twitter users, its a challenge in-itself to find the right ones to support your #PLN dreams
- List of over 26 educators challenging one other to grow on Twitter
- It’s time for you to build a support network outside of your daily environment
Whether you are an active Twitter participant or just beginning to dabble with the social networking platform, there seems to always be a new face and conversation to be had! Let’s be honest, with the millions of educational Twitter users, its a challenge in-itself to find the right ones to support your #PLN dreams! No one enjoy’s getting caught scrolling through a twitter feed filled with Kardashian updates and negative education talk! (well unless, you’re into that kind of thing.. judgment free zone here people!)
We put together a list for you to begin filling your news feed with more then gossip, but tactical tips and reflective opportunities for growth!We put together a list for you to begin filling your news feed with more then gossip, but tactical tips and reflective opportunities for growth! #TeachBetter Click To Tweet
Here are the top Teach Better Team’s “Must Follows” as you explore building a progressive, well-rounded, professional learning network:
- @burgessdave / @dbc_inc
- @MisterCavey /@TeachersOnFire
It’s time for you to build a support network outside of your daily environment. We need to grow. We need to adapt. We need to reflect. We need to meet the needs of our students. We need to bind together and … well frankly… be Better!
This is absolutely not the complete list. There are hundreds of amazing educators out there, and there’s a good chance we have left out some true superstars here, but this is a great place to start and explore. Give them a follow
Let’s go change the world!
About Rae Hughart
Rae Hughart is a Middle-Level Math and Writing Educator in Illinois and the Director of Training and Development for the Teach Better Team. In 2017, Rae was honored with the Illinois State University Outstanding Young Alumni Award – inducting her into the University Hall of Fame. In 2018, Rae was honored again by the Henry Ford Innovator Award for her work within educators communities to build unity between local businesses and schools.