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10 of the Most Influential People in EdTech in 2016

10 of the Most Influential People in EdTech in 2016


  1. Alex Corbitt
    Middle school passionate English teacher from New York who loves to learn, share and collaborate with his students. His work focuses primarily on socio-emotional learning, gamification, education technology, and literacy.
    https://twitter.com/Alex_Corbitt


  2. Monica Burns
    Curriculum and EdTech Consultant, Apple Distinguished Educator and Founder of ClassTechTips.com. Her mission is to help educators place the task before the app and promote deeper learning with technology.
    https://twitter.com/ClassTechTips


  3. Phil Hill
    Co-Publisher of the e-Literate blog, Co-Producer of e-Literate TV, and Partner at MindWires Consulting, and market analyst that analyzes the growth of technology-enabled change for educational institutions.
    https://twitter.com/PhilOnEdTech


  4. Vicki Davis
    Full time teacher, IT Integrator, blogger and speaker who makes the classroom an incredible place to learn. She also coaches teachers on how to effectively use technology to reach every child in their classroom.
    https://twitter.com/coolcatteacher


  5. Jeffrey Bradbury
    Instructional Technology Coach for the Westwood Regional School District and Founder of the TeacherCast Educational Broadcasting Network.
    https://twitter.com/TeacherCast


  6. Kerry Gallagher
    Classroom teacher, education trainer, writer, TEDx and keynote speaker, and policy advocate.
    https://twitter.com/KerryHawk02


  7. Susan Bearden
    Blogger and speaker, Susan co-founded and moderates the #edtechchat and #digcit (Digital Citizenship) Twitter chats.
    https://twitter.com/s_bearden


  8. Steven Anderson
    His humorous approach to learning helps educators and school leaders better understand technology and social media.
    https://twitter.com/web20classroom


  9. Tom Whitby
    Published author, speaker, consultant, and founder of #EdChat, where he shares thought-provoking ideas about education.
    https://twitter.com/tomwhitby


  10. Lucy Gray
    Apple Distinguished Educator, speaker, and consultant. She provides expertise on best practices in educational technology, information literacy, and global education.
    https://twitter.com/elemenous

Source
http://www.tuningforke.com/top-100-edtech-influencers-to-follow-on-twitter/

http://www.onalytica.com/blog/posts/edtech-and-elearning-2016-top-200-influencers-and-brands/

https://www.gaggle.net/speaks/8-top-influencers-edtech/


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