Eye on Education

25 More Ohio Educators to Follow on Twitter

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Last week we posted about 35 Ohio Educators to Follow on Twitter. You guys suggested a few more.

Here are 25 more Ohio educators to follow on Twitter.

Remember, you can follow the Ohio Educators list on Twitter with one click. We’ve got a list of Ohio education-type groups on Twitter too.

Three more things: Any omissions are unintentional. Please keep the suggestions on whom to add coming in the comments, via email or via Twitter. Also, I will not be using the word #tweecher. Sorry, @JR_evans.

25 More Ohio Educators to Follow on Twitter


Guidance Counselors, Librarians


Technology Directors

  • Stacy Hawthorne @MedinaTech
    Wife, Mother, Technology Integration Coordinator, eTech Ohio Blended Learning Grantee, Blended Learning Learner, Mobile Learning Enthusiast, UGA Alumni
  • Kevin Snyder @MrKevinSnyder
    Father and husband, Educational Technologist, autism advocate, school administrator and educator, love sports, travel, and my family, opinions are mine
  • John Schinker @schinker
    dad, tech coordinator, edtechtalk host, brewer, musician
  • Cary Harrod @charrod
    49 +1 Year Old Instructional Technology Specialist. Interested in learning that is networked, authentic, relevant, collaborative. Tweet me if found.
  • Zachary Vander Veen @zjvv77
    educator, tech geek, adoptive father
  • Eric Griffith @mrgrifftastic
    Director of Information Technology Mechanicsburg Exempted Village School District
  • Eric Curts @ericcurts
    Family man, Technology Director, Podcaster, Writer, Google Apps Certified Trainer, Geek


  • John Marschhausen @drjcm
    Proud husband and father, Superintendent @lovelandtigers, passionate about student-centric education, member #ODLTF, educational leader

Blatant Self-Promotion

Note: If you’re counting carefully, you’ll notice there are 26 people on this list. I accidentally left off @NLHSprincipal initially and have since added him. Sorry, Principal Dodd.



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