Grow Your Personal Professional Network: Our Favorite Administrators on Twitter

Twitter offers an amazing community to connect with education leaders from around the country. Get started with this list of 10 of our favorite Twitter accounts run by school or district administrators.

  1. Alberto Carvalho (@miamisup) is a superintendent and nationally recognized expert on education transformation, finance, and leadership development.
  2. Patrick Larkin (@patrickmlarkin) has been an English teacher, an assistant principal, a Principal and an Assistant Superintendent. Larkin is recognized as an expert on school technology leadership issues.
  3. Tom Murray (@thomascmurray) is the director of innovation for Future Ready Schools. Murray is passionate about proper technology infusion and personalized professional learning.
  4. Randy Ziegenfuss (@ziegeran) has been a classroom teacher, department chair, technology integration specialist and director of technology. Ziegenfuss teaches courses in inquiry, assessment and technology in the undergraduate, graduate and principal certification programs at Moravian College.
  5. Eric Curts (@ericcurts) is Google for Education Certified Trainer & Innovator and provides a wide range of services including training, presentations, and consulting with a focus on all things related to Google Apps.
  6. Shelly Sanchez Terrell (@shellterrell) is a teacher trainer, instructional designer, and online instructor. Sanchez is co-founder of the award winning #Edchat movement and wrote The 30 Goals Challenge for Teachers, a book on motivating teachers.
  7. Eric Sheninger (@e_sheninger) is the former award-winning principal at New Milford High School. Tweets about leading and learning in the digital age as a model for moving schools and districts forward. 
  8. Baruti Kafele (@principalkafele) is a former principal and author of The Teacher 50.
  9. Chris Lehmann (@chrislehmann) is the founding principal of Science Leadership Academy and author of Building School 2.0.
  10. John Robinson, (@21stprincipal) a principal, tweets about education technology, education and policies that impact public schools.

Got a great one we missed? Feel free to share them @TechnologyInEd.

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