Following educators on Twitter and listening to educator podcasts can help you to keep up-to-date on the latest advice, trends and educational research, as well as exploring and sharing resources.

Be part of a passionate, innovative, international community of education professionals.

If you’re not sure where to get started, here are some educators we recommend following right now (list in no particular order):


Twitter accounts

The official Twitter account for #edchatNZ. The hashtag for all things New Zealand education.

Bridging the gap between research and practice in education

Principal at Albany Senior High School, NetSafe Board, Google Certified Innovator, co-founder @DisruptEDNZ. Passionate about leading change in education.

Caitlin is a Google certified Innovator, author, and blended learning expert who shares uplifting quotes, useful articles and posts from her blog. 

Follow Mr G and grow your connection. He puts the social in social media. 

Digital Skills Manager, Phil, is interested in all things EdTech. Follow him for lots of innovative apps.

Shares fun and helpful articles that every teacher can relate to. 

Shows the struggles, mistakes and human moments that come with being a teacher of any grade level. Follow for a good laugh when you need one!



Offers tips, tricks and hacks for making the most of Google Classroom (might need to check if this platform commonly used by NZ teachers).

A collections of podcasts by Teacher Magazine.

The Australian podcast for teachers that bridges the gap between research, policy and practice. 

Podcast celebrating the joy of reading and being a teacher. Discusses how to develop a love of reading in students.

A great resource for teachers to learn about new apps, tech resources, and programmes to use in the classroom.

Supports teachers across the world with resources and is one of the leading unique teacher-voices within the UK.

Truth for Teachers speaks life, encouragement and truth into the minds and hearts of educators.

The Education Research Room (ERRR podcast) brings together passionate teachers and educators with inspiring education researchers and thought leaders for engaging and informative discussion on key issues in the education space.

The Educhange Podcast is for the doers in schools, people who are coming up with ideas to make things better for kids.  

 John Cotterson and Pete Whiting are two Australian Flipped Educators. Together, they talk education, pedagogy and current practice.