List of Digital Leaders You Must Follow on Twitter

“Digital Leaders are Made not Born.” 

Digital leaders are learners to help shaping the vision around the use of technology for efficient working in different spheres.

Below is a list of amazing digital leaders that you must follow on Twitter.

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1. Eric Sheninger @E_Sheninger

He is a Senior Fellow at International Center for Leadership in Education. An Award Winning Principal, Best Selling Author and a Keynote Speaker.  

2. Craig Kemp @mrkempnz

Technology and Innovation Educator. Leader. Speaker and a Google Innovator. Awardee of The Best Educational Tweeter for 2014.

3. Ian Addison @ianaddison

ICT Leader, Trainer of Google apps for Education. Author of Essentials: ICT.   

4. Dan McCabe @danieldmccabe

Assistant Principal and a Lead Learner. Co-founder of edcamp. Moderator for #NYEDchat. Finalist for Bammy Awards. 

5. Alan November @globalearner

Globe Wandering Educator, Founder, November Learning, author of Who Owns the Learning? Host of Building Learning Communities conference. 

6. George Couros @gcouros

Division Principal of Innovative Teaching & Learning for PSD. Speaker. Consultant. Author.

7. David Lee EdTech @davidleeedtech

STEM Coordinator at KIS, M.Ed. Educational Technology, Google Educator & EDU Trainer, Wix Certified Trainer, Former EdTech Specialist & Tech Educator.

8. Shelly S Terrell - @ShellTerrell

Shelly is the 30 Goals Challenge author, teacher trainer, #Edchat founder and the host for AM TESOL Free Fri Webinars.

9. Kasey Bell @ShakeUpLearning

A Google Certified Trainer, Innovator and GEG leader. Blogger and EdCamp Organizer. Dedicated to make difference in student learning.

10. Todd @ToddWhitaker

Writer of 40 books including What Great Teachers do Differently, Shifting Monkey, 10 Minutes Inservice and School Culture Rewired. Focuses on Leadership.

11. Molly Spearman @Molly_Spearman

Teacher and a Principal with over 35 years experience. State Superintendent of Education. Working towards better schools and a brighter future.

12. Riley Johnson @rmjohnson45

Principal at @NewTechHigh in Napa, California. Passionate about student learning and growth. #LeadWild#NewTechNetwork.

13. Tom Murray @thomascmurray

State & District Digital Learning Dir. @all4ed, Author, Fmr. Tech Dir. & Principal, Blogger/Keynote/Consultant, Bammy winner. #FutureReady

14. Heidi Veal @VealHeidi

Administrator of #EarlyEd. Digital leader and learner.

15. Dr. James Sarruda  @nbcsuper

Superintendent Inspiring digital learners, NAFIS President, MTLL President, Awardee of Superintendent of the year, 2015 for Burlington Country.  

16. Vicki Davis @coolcatteacher

Best teacher blog winner. Speaker and AUTHOR - Reinventing Writing. HOST Every Classroom Matters, @Mashable Top Teacher on Twitter.

17. Stuart Kelly @stuuartkellynz

Deputy Principal, English teacher, digital leader. Founder of #digitaledchat. Passionate about EdTech.

18. Debby Atwater @atwaterd

Director of digital learning and library services at Chapel Hill Carrboro City Schools in North California.

19. Paul Murray - @komox37

Educator, consultant, public speaker - using the Web to make learning/teaching/working more fun/effective/efficient.

20. Dr Timothy Purnell @SchoolSup

NJ State Superintendent for the year 2015. Superintendent of Somerville Public Schools.

21. Zeina Chalich @Zeina_Chalich

Leader of learning and innovation, K-6. EdTech Consultant & Speaker.

22. Sean Markwith @smarkwith

EdTech Artist, Educator, Digital Leader, innovator, problem solver & agent of change.

23. Corey Aylen @mr_aylen

Digital Learning Leader, Google Certified Trainer and Innovator, PE Teacher.

24. John Jones @mrjones_EDU

Head of Digital Learning and Computing. Pi Certified Educator.  

25. Gary Spracklen @nelkcarps

Campus Leader and Director of Change and Innovation. SW Digital Educator for the year 2012. Member of the UK Gov’s Education Technology Action Group.

26. Steven W. Anderson - @web20classroom

Steven is an educator, speaker, blogger, #Edchat Co-Creator, #140Conf Character, Edublogs Twitterer Of The Year, ASCD Emerging Leader and amongst the top 50 Innovators in Education. Following him is a sure way to ensure you will receive all the very latest news and updates on EdTech.

27. Lucy Gray - @elemenous  

Lucy is an Apple distinguished educator and an education technology and social media consultant. She is also the co-founder of the Global Education Conference. Her tweets focus on 21st century teaching and learning.

28. Steve Wheeler - @timbuckteeth

Steve is a Web 2.0 researcher, author of The Digital Classroom, Associate Professor of learning technology, international speaker and a disruptive activist. His tweets basically focus on social media and mobile technologies in education.

29. Alan Mills - @alanmills405  

Alan is a speaker and adviser on new technology worldwide. Alan’s tweets inspire by global education, innovation and new technologies.

30. Scott McLeod - @mcleod

Scott is the Director of Innovation, CASTLE Founder, blogger, idea generator and a solution builder. His tweets focus on technology leadership issues.

31. Beth Holland - @brholland

Beth is an educator, innovator and an instructor with EdTechTeacher. Her tweets discuss about latest trends in teaching and learning with EdTech.

32. Larry Ferlazzo - @larryferlazzo

 Teach English, Social Studies and International Baccalaureate classes to English Language Learners and mainstream students at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, California. Grand prize winner of the 2007 International Reading Association Presidential Award for Reading and Technology.

Which ones do you follow? Share with us in the comment box below. 

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Author: Priyanka Gupta
Priyanka is a blogger by profession and has an increasing interest to write about the edtech space. While writing she keeps in mind the educators to come up with right resources and ideas which might be relevant for them in relation to effective use of technology in their profession and institutions/classrooms.
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