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I have created a list of, currently, 300+ educators using twitter. Mainly tweeting about technology in education. If anyone wishes to be added or removed from the list, please tweet me (@deerwood) or DM me.
The list can be viewed at @deerwood/EdTech or

If anyone knows of any other similar lists on Twitter, please post them here for all to share.

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I created a list of educators in 1:1 programs (laptop, netbook, iPod).

The list can be viewed at:

Tweet me at @brasst if you would like to be added.
Just added myself to follow the educators-in-1-1-programs list. I teach grades 7&8 in a 1:1 classroom in Maine with MacBooks for all staff and students.
Great list, Doug!
Please add me MaryHr. I am the facilitator of WEBTAS (web teaching and academic support), a learning community for indiividuals interested in using emerging technologies to teach, learn, and support students.
Thanks, Mary, you are now on the list.
Hi Douglas,
I would be interested in joining this list! I'm just learning how this whole thing works. My Twitter ID is @aliringbull.
Thank you for starting and sharing this resource.
Could I be added to the list please? @malcolmbellamy

I teach HS Chemistry, Physics and Engineering. My big project this year is turning all my lectures into podcasts.
I'd like to be added to the list as well!


This is a great list Doug. I'd love to be a part of it. Please add me @bjnichols. I'm currently a K-5 elementary school principal in Virginia focused on transforming classroom practices.
Thanks for a great resource. I would appreciate being on the list. I author both a 21centuryedtech wiki and blog. Integrate technology with 980 middle school students and their teachers. Enjoy networking and presenting at conferences. Somewhat new on twitter.
Hi! I am @glitterfulfelt on twitter



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