Following my presentation at #TTM15 find below who David Didau suggests you need to follow.
Gareth Alcott @ – super enthusiastic cheerleader for the College of Teaching and an all round good egg.
Greg Ashman @greg_ashman – Australian based science teacher and edu-blogger.
Jon Brunskill @ – Another boy genius. And a primary teacher! I know, right?
Jules Daulby @ – If everyone who disagreed with me was a lovely as Jules the world would be a happier place.
Pedro De Bruykere @ – Regularly blogs 2 or 3 times a day. Shares ridiculous quantities of excellent research
Disappointed Idealist @ – Of all the people on Twitter I disagree with, this guy’s the most interesting. He’s changed my mind on more than one topic.
Laura Ellener @ – An absolute joy to work with.
Toby French @mrhistoire – A rising star of the edu-blogging world – currently hitting excellent form.
Carl Hendrick @Carl_Hendrick – notorious edu-ligger and dastard
Sara Hjelm @ – Consistently lovely. Her presence in your timeline is “a blue sirocco blowing warm into my face”
I’m Sporticus @ – probably the most interesting PE teacher in the world.
Eric Kalenze @ – The only American on the list. Has some very sensible ideas.
Mario Lopez @ – Asks awkward questions. Sometimes sends me cool ideas.
Jack Marwood @Jack_Marwood – Jack is to data what Bruce Willis is to dirty vests.
Ruth Powley @ – A meta-blogger. If you could only read one education blog, you ought to make it Ruth’s.
Nick Rose @turnfordblog – The ‘angriest man in education’? or a cuddly uncle? Former para-psychologist turned psychology teacher.
Rachel Rossiter @ – Funny, wise and ginger.
Andrew Sabisky @andrewsabisky – To say Andrew is a clever chap is something of an understatement. My go-to-guy on behaviour genetics.
Summer Turner @ – Writes a fine blog, always makes me think
Sam Twiselton @ – Not many academics can drink me under the table. You’ve been warned.
Nick Wells @NSMWells – Equal parts thoughtful and slyly mischievous.
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