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Who are the unknown or forgotten about educators on Twitter?

I am often asked who to follow on Twitter, so I created this list of my favorite 30 Educators. While these 30 people are incredible in every way, they are the 30 people that most would probably already have on their list. That got me to thinking, who are the Educators on Twitter that you are connected with that others might not be? Who are the ‘unknown’ educators that need to be celebrated AND followed?

We are constantly in awe and amazed by the educators we see sharing on Twitter and the tweets that inspire us the most are those that are shared the most. Often by those who have 50,000+ followers, because in education circles that is huge!!!

My aim is to compile a list of the 100 educators who are yet to be discovered that you probably don’t follow on Twitter but should

Who in your PLN is so inspirational that they need some credit? Who are the people that others should be following but don’t? Who is a thought leader but not yet well connected on Twitter? Got good things to share, why not suggest yourself?

Complete this form (or use the embedded form below) and share it with as many people as you can. You have 3 weeks to complete the form (multiple times if needed) and share it. I will then publish the compiled list in the last week of February here at to uncover the latest and greatest “unknown” educators who simply must be followed on Twitter.

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Craig Kemp

Craig Kemp

I am a passionate Global EdTech Consultant based in Singapore but working with Schools and EdTech companies all over the world. I am a lifelong learner, dream creator and thought leader. I love to inspire others and find inspiration. Co-founder of #whatisschool, #asiaED edchats and #pubPD.

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