Are you following these K-12 thought leaders?

Join their discussions on digital learning, diversity, global collaboration and other topics
By: | December 5, 2019

Teachers, administrators and experts are sharing new ideas and innovations online and on social media. You can join discussions about digital learning, diversity, global collaboration and other topics by following these thought leaders. 

Justin Tarte: This blogger is focused on school culture and integrating technology and social media into schools. He is the executive director of human resources in Union R-XI School District (Mo.). @justintarte,

Shelley Sanchez Terrell: This K-5 tech teacher is an e-learning and digital learning specialist. She has written several books, including Hacking Digital Learning Strategies: 10 Ways to Launch EdTech Missions in Your Classroom. @ShellTerrell,

Sarah Thomas: A regional technology coordinator in Prince George’s County Public Schools (Md.), she founded the EduMatch project, which promotes connection and collaboration among educators around the world. @sarahdateechur,

Read: Who are you following online?

Tom Vander Ark: This thought leader on the future of learning is a former superintendent who thinks a lot about artificial intelligence, project-based and personalized learning, competency-based education, social-emotional learning, and ed tech. He is the CEO of Getting Smart. @tvanderark 

Jose Luis Vilson: This middle school teacher in New York City is the executive director of EduColor, a coalition that supports people of color in education. He is known for This Is Not A Test: A New Narrative on Race, Class, and the Future of Education. @TheJLV,

Dylan Wiliam: This influential education researcher is recognized as an international expert on assessment. He’s in search of better ways for education to transform lives. @dylanwiliam,

Jennifer Williams: A former school administrator, literacy specialist and teacher, she co-founded Calliope Global. She guides schools around the world in digital learning initiatives. @JenWilliamsEdu 


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