Gwyneth A. Jones, aka The Daring Librarian, is a blogger, a Tweeter, an international Ed Tech speaker, trope and meme archivist, creator of content, a citizen of advocacy, and a resident of social media.
Born and raised in Jakarta , Indonesia, Steven Sutantro's bio can be found here. A prolific educator, Steven writes and shares on a range of platforms that feed into his blog about EdTech, events, pedagogy, conference presentations, Google Apps for Education, his teaching journey, Google Educator Groups and travels widely training teachers.
A regular haunt for educators looking for review, comments, articles and advice.
A great site From Jennifer Carey, Director of Educational Technology at the Ransom Everglades School. that includes an historic Podcast, articles which have been published widely elsewhere and a range of apps that could be used cross-curricula such as liquid text.
Michael Fricano II is a serious educator who shares his expertise widely via G+ groups and a range of platforms. Extremely helpful, he is often the go-to person in Google Educator groups for help with Google Classroom and Google Apps for Education support.
This blog is written by members of the EdTechTeam, including Dr. Mark Wagner and others. EdTech is a educational professional development franchise that provides training and summits worldwide. Their blog is often a mixture of multimedia infographics, video, slideshares and articles on useful software and pedagogy in practice.
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With over 4200+ followers on Twitter and a regularly updated blog related to EdTech, thinking teaching, online tools and pedagogy, Kristen has great influence and contribution to education.
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After being with Microsoft for over 20 years, Anthony has a firm understanding of the exciting opportunities technology can provide with mixed with great classroom practice. The Microsoft Educator Network is one of the world’s largest educator social networks with over 4 million members including educators and school leaders in over 119 countries. Anthony's blog covers a wide range of topics, software, examples of good practice and insight into where governments & NGOs are heading with Edtech.
Edudemic is an amazingly full blog with a plethora of writers on a range of topics that is constantly being updated, including an online college report. The teachers' guides are particularly useful: