20+ #EdTech Lovers Worth Following On Twitter

Let’s assume, just for a moment, that you’re relatively normal – in your digital habits at least (no, not those ones, they’re weird). The chances are, therefore, that you have two routes to the things that interest you – either you seek them out (probably on Google) or they find you, usually through social media.

So if social media delivers to your feed the sort of EdTech content you want to read, watch, stare at and listen to, then it’ll be because you follow the right people. If you find that others seem to be ahead of you with brilliant new ideas about digital learning, with sparkling suggestions and wit and whimsy of the best kind, it’s perhaps because you aren’t following the right people on social platforms. So as a starter, here’s some of the best education technology people and organisations to follow on Twitter. Start with these and feel your EdTech savvy shoot through the roof…


Note: The GEDB has helpfully done a twitter list of all the above to make it easier to follow.

Edudemic [Of course] A dedicated community of educators and technologists looking to enhance learning.

Ewan McIntosh We build & invest in tech/web startups then export the way they work to schools & universities all over the world 

Deborah Meier – Education activist and writer

Wendy Kopp @TeachforAll CEO/Co-founder, @TeachforAmerica Founder/chair. Avid runner, constant traveler, wife of @BarthRichard and proud mother of 4.

David Millar Director of Learning @KuatoStudios – at the intersection of Learning, Gaming and AI; a Guardian/Pearson UK Teacher of the Year; FRSA; Cultural Bandwidth XXL

MarkBrumley Educational technology leader committed to 21st Century learners and their teachers. Technology trainer. Presenter. Edublogger. Father of 2.

Shelly S Terrell The 30 Goals Challenge author, teacher trainer, #Edchat founder, Host for AM TESOL Free Fri Webinars, proud mama of Rosco the Pug

The Global Education Database (GEDB) A tool with a simple, but difficult goal: Help you find the best education resources and actually start using them.

Steven W Anderson Educator, Speaker, Blogger, #Edchat Co-Creator, #140Conf Character, Edublogs Twitterer Of The Year, ASCD Emerging Leader. Top 50 Innovators in Education.

Larry Ferlazzo  Inner-city High School teacher — ESL & Mainstream

Eric Sheninger Principal of New Milford HS (NJ): NASSP National Digital Principal Award Winner (2012), Google Certified Teacher, Adobe Education Leader, Author, Speaker

LearnEgg Daily news and trending articles about education, learning, technology, and a bit of sass.

Tom Whitby SmartBlog on Edu Editor, Prof of Edu (Ret). Founder: #Edchat,The EDU PLN,Edchat Radio Linkedin Tech-Using Profs et al.

Richard Byrne  SmartBlog on Edu Editor, Prof of Edu (Ret). Founder: #Edchat,The EDU PLN,Edchat Radio Linkedin Tech-Using Profs et al.

Kyle Pace Instructional Technology Specialist/Google Certified Teacher. ASCD Emerging Leader. #edcampKC organizer. MA in EdTech. I help connect dots.

Steve Wheeler Web 2.0 researcher, author of The Digital Classroom, Associate Professor of learning technology, international speaker, disruptive activist.

Edutopia Inspiration and information for what works in education.

New Media Consortium  Organization devoted to exploring the use of new media for teaching, learning & creative inquiry. Founder of the Horizon Report series (#NMChz).

LearningForYou Curator of EdTech Weekly, a free weekly newsletter on #edtech

And, of course, there’s also your correspondent. He’s full of news, fun stories, and a bit of sass.



  1. Bethany Petty

    February 27, 2014 at 7:41 pm

    Great resources available from these EdTech lovers! Thanks for the info!

  2. Judy Winsberg

    February 28, 2014 at 9:13 pm

    Tony Vincent at LearningInHand.com and @tonyvincent is an excellent EdTech resource, too.

  3. Catherine

    March 3, 2014 at 8:00 pm

    Interesting list. Very diverse.

  4. Victor

    March 4, 2014 at 11:46 pm

    This is a list I follow religiously: Amazing Edtech Educators https://twitter.com/jasonhbuck/lists/amazing-edtech-educators

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