Twitter: Following Educational Leaders
By:Gabe Pullin

1. Tom Altepeter
The first person I followed was Tom Altepeter. He ...
3. Mark Sanborn
The third person I followed was Mark Sanborn. He is a Leadershing Keynote Speaker and bestselling author f...
The fourth person I followed was the only woman strangely enough. Not on person but still. Her
name is Shannon Smith, and ...
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  1. 1. Twitter: Following Educational Leaders By:Gabe Pullin 1. Tom Altepeter The first person I followed was Tom Altepeter. He was an elementary school principal and is currently a middle school assistant principle. He is a self-proclaimed sports fanatic, “Jesus junkie,” father, and is passionate about intercultural responsiveness and social justice. What I liked about following Tom was that it was a variety of tweets. He kept it interesting with things like inspirational quotes, talking about going to football games, and some comedic, sarcastic things. All I found very funny, helpful, and interesting. 2. Eric Sheninger The second person I followed was Eric Sheniger. He is the principal at New Milford High School in New Jersey, a NASSP National Digital Principal Award Winner, Good Certified Teacher, Adobe Education Leader, author, and speaker. I loved following Eric because he was constantly posting helpful and useful articles. He also posted inspirational quotes, and he talked about personal things like completing a four mile run. He was relatable and, at the same time, inspiring.
  2. 2. 3. Mark Sanborn The third person I followed was Mark Sanborn. He is a Leadershing Keynote Speaker and bestselling author from Denver, CO. I’m not going to lie. I followed Mark mainly because of all of his tweets where he sends out quotes and happy sentiments. I always love new inspiring quotes to get me thinking positive. He is a great person to follow for that. 4. Shannon Smith
  3. 3. The fourth person I followed was the only woman strangely enough. Not on person but still. Her name is Shannon Smith, and she is a mom, wife, and elementary school principle in Ottawa, Canada. What I notice from following her was that literally almost everything she tweeted or said to someone was overwhelmingly positive, happy, helpful, or all of the above. She exuded happiness and love and it clearly a well-rounded individual at home, at home, and in life in general. 5. CI350class The last twitter account I followed was the class twitter: CI350class. Run by Harold Blanco, this account pretty much mirrored things we learned in class and things he talked about. It was very helpful articles, blogs, and presentations that were posted, especially if you were lacking any ideas for any of the assignments or had any questions.

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