@SirKenRobinsonChoose him because his knowledge demonstrated in his TED talks are alwayscaptivating and he always has fantastic views on creativity
@joe_bowerJoe Bower is a fantastic technological guru when it comes to anythingeducation. That and he has a hilarious perspective on certain topics(such as standardized testing and Mitt Romney)
@HansRoslingA big name when it comes to advocating for education in underdevelopedparts of the world. Has done extensive work with the Gates EducationFoundation
@eipsI attended a school that belonged to EIPS for 13 years, naturally I decidedto follow it. Provides info to both teachers and parents regarding news inElk Island area
@tkorteAnother technological guru. Works for EPSB and offers plenty of inforegarding new technology that can be used within the classroom
@philmcraeOffers good resources for elementary teachers that want to incorporatetechnology into their classroom in a more practical way.
@misterhayEIPS technology consultant, incredibly informative when trouble shootingissues regarding old technology within the classroom.
Summary of my PLNOver the course of this exercise, I have added approximately 20-30 respectededucation professionals. Most of them are situated around Alberta, howeverI did find a few that were more concerned with international education. Mostof my international PLN’s have been involved with TED talks in way way oranother which is very interesting. My mom decided to follow me on Twitter;she is a principal, however I never followed her back, so I rejected that PLN.
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