10 Special Education Teachers to Follow on Twitter

by Rich on November 23, 2011 · 12 comments

The new world of social media presents an opportunity like never before to connect with and learn from professionals in any given industry.  One of our favorite social networking tools is Twitter, a channel that allows for quick information sharing and easy access to professionals.  If you’re on Twitter, make sure to follow us at @ChromaGenVision and tweet us a howdy!

The education community is absolutely huge on Twitter.  If you run a simple search, you’ll find teachers from every geographic location and educational specialty online and ready to engage in a conversation.  It’s wild and YOU NEED to be there.

We’ll be building different lists to highlight teachers in each area, but today we’ll be focusing on Special Education Teachers that you should follow on Twitter!  Remember, Twitter is a tool that is meant for starting conversations.  Follow these folks, but make sure you engage with them!

Before we jump into our list, make sure you check out this mega list of 50 Essential Special Education Twitter Feeds to Follow.  This amazing resource was put together by SpecialEducationAdvisor.Com.  Follow them on Twitter at @SpecialEdAdvice.

One important thing we want to stress is that we are just starting the list.  We want you to let us know if there are other Special Ed teachers that we should be adding on in future posts we create.  If you think we should add anyone, just let us know in the comments below!

10 Special Education Teachers to Follow

Who else would you suggest we add?  

{ 11 comments… read them below or add one }

muhanmad imran November 24, 2011 at 4:49 am

Hi there! Great list. Will be following said teachers on twitter! Just to recommend (myself actually!) I’m a dyslexia teacher in a mainstream ed school in Singapore and am sharing my resources, experience and expertise at my given blog. It’d be useful for Asian Sped Educators looking into inclusion into mainstream education curriculum for Dyslexia to add me up to create a channel for this niche. Thanks! Can add me up @madarame_imran on twitter!


Morgan November 24, 2011 at 10:16 am

Thanks for the great plug! @techieteacher is no longer on the web… a great add would be @teachwithtechbrox – Melanie Broxterman. :)


Patrick Black November 24, 2011 at 11:33 pm

I would totally agree with Morgan, Melanie would be a wonderful add to the list.


Andrea Keller November 24, 2011 at 11:36 pm

Great list :) I hope to one day make the cut also :)


Kathy Kadow December 1, 2011 at 2:09 pm

Thanks so much… we’ve just added all the suggested follows to our feed. Twitter has been a great resource! I’m the Conference Coordinator for Care Resources Continuing Education and although I know how to put together a great Continuing Education Conference, I’m still learning the details about the fields we serve – Special Education, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Language Pathology. @CareResourcesCE (Kathy)


califather December 2, 2011 at 5:14 am

Follow me @Califather as I occupy autism and special ed.


Jodi Click December 11, 2011 at 3:29 am

Great list! I already followed all but one, so adding that person right now! :)


Beckett Haight May 19, 2017 at 7:11 am

Great list! I’m looking for some special ed related twitter chats also. Any leads?


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