Responding to Lisa Neilsen's recent post: Unfollowing everyone but my very favorites on Twitter
I observed in the comments that her Top 25 were all American or Canadian, so in the spirit of you don't know what you don't know, here are 25 Non-North American Tweeters that I enjoy. They are in no particular order and as I pointed out to Lisa, I have a long way to go before my list is well balanced and inclusive of educator perspectives all around the world. I only read Tweets in English and from mainly Westernised countries, as I have said before in the past, everyone's a potential hypocrite and I am no different.
Learner, educator, deputy principal, English teacher, university lecturer, photographer, blogger, music-lover, likes openness and honesty. Interested in Japan.
Kiama, NSW · http://darcymoore.net
A leader & a learner. DP, Classroom Teacher, 2012 Core eFellow & eLearning Leader in Auckland, NZ (formerly Nelson)
Southern Auckland, New Zealand · http://www.rachelboyd.com
Educator, Researcher, Advocate of Openness. Former teacher and senior leader, currently at
@jiscinfonet and soon to join @mozilla! #digilit #openbadges
Northumberland, England · http://dougbelshaw.com
I'm a social and educational technologist. Digital literacy, identity & citizenship, GreenICT, general mischief 🙂
Leicester, London, Bristol, UK · http://fraser.typepad.com
Teacher, learner, dad, bleeding heart, music and film addict. I want to share as much as I can with as many people as I can as often as I can.
Singapore · http://www.jabizraisdana.com/
Husband, father, teacher educator, Head of CeL (http://bit.ly/cel-nie), but will never grow up.
Singapore · http://ashleytan.wordpress.com
Kwan Tuck Soon
I'm a teacher who lives and works in Scotland with an insatiable curiousity for what's coming next. Pedagoo Admin. I spell favourite with a 'u.
Perth, Scotland · http://about.me/nwinton
Writer, Game & Educational developer working in digital-culture, learning in a changing (playable) world with kids.
Sydney · http://www.deangroom.com
Creator of mutli platform narrative adventures for Chinese language students. Owned by: several cats, 3 rabbits, 2 dogs, and 1 small human. Owns: 1 husband.
Melbourne · http://www.jessmcculloch.net
E-learning, Moodle, expat Yank Australian, WoWhead, childless by choice, jazz lover, Atheist, laughs a bit too loudly, looking for answers.
Adelaide, South Australia · http://www.kerryj.com
An explorer of social media for sustainable professional development and language teaching/teaching
Brasilia, Brazil · http://collablogatorium.blogspot.com
Educator, learner, blogger, librarian, technology girl, author and consultant. Transforming education and libraries. Innovation for life.
Sydney, Australia · http://heyjude.wordpress.com
Deputy Principal & Year 6/7 teacher excited about the opportunities to integrate ICT into learning. Interested in collaborating with others.
Adelaide, South Australia · http://thompson67.edublogs.org
National Adviser for Emerging Technologies in Learning at LTScotland
iPhone: 51.480728,-0.445541 · http://olliebray.typepad.com/olliebraycom/
teacher, writer, reader, cyclist and ed-tech enthusiast.
Melbourne, Australia · http://warrickwynne.com
life-long learner, curious and gregarious.
Brazil · http://barbaradieu.com
Wife, mother, student, Christian, keen cook, amateur photographer...oh, and learning professional
Northamptonshire · http://karynkitchen.blogspot.com
Virtual Worlds Facilitator, Designer, Geek, Edutech, Owner of jokaydiaGRID (opensim) and the Islands of jokaydia (SL). Co-founder of MassivelyMinecraft!
Wollongong, Australia · http://jokaydia.com
CORE ED, EDtalks, curriculum, Media, Teacher, ICT Facilitator, eFellow, runner, photography
Dunedin New Zealand · http://about.me/jane.nicholls
Inspiring and engaging learners with (and without) great educational technology. Currently working as a Senior Consultant with Notosh.
Nottingham, England · http://edte.ch/blog
I'm a primary school teacher, keenly interested in infusing ICT & thinking skills into my classroom programme
Auckland, New Zealand · http://keateach.blogspot.com
So, you can see that my Top 25 still only covers a limited number of countries. This doesn't mean that there are great Tweeters from North America that I follow. There are - but the world is a bigger place than the top half of America. And I didn't even need to include myself in the list 🙂
Actually, if I weren't me, I probably wouldn't bother following myself on Twitter.