Voices in Education - Who to Follow on LinkedIn
A by-no-means-exhaustive list of people in education that I think are worth a LinkedIn follow! I'll keep adding to this list. Please send me your recommendations!
(In no particular order!)
Dr. Pooky Knightsmith - For everything around child mental health and more. Amazing CPD & books!
Pranav Patel - Author of 'The Antiracist Educator', TED speaker and leader of conversations around equality and inclusion in education.
Phil Sharrock - School improvement expert who shares insightful comments on teaching, leadership, and the occasional motorcycle.
Alex Quigley - Author of some excellent books & Senior Associate at the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF). Evidence-informed teaching & learning.
Bennie Kara - Expert on curriculum, leadership, diversity & more! Also a fantastic speaker!
Paul Dix - Author of one of my favourite education books - 'When the Adults Change, Everything Changes'. Speaks passionately about behaviour and emotional / relational classroom management.
Dame Alison Peacock - Chief Executive at Chartered College of Teaching. Inspirational school leadership. There aren't enough words to describe everything she covers - well worth a follow!
Karl Pupé - Author of 'The Action Hero Teacher'. Specialist in classroom management, social emotional mental health and wellbeing.
Jules Daulby - Co-founder of @WomenEd. Speaks passionately about inclusion, SEND, Education Technology & more!
Dr Mine Conkbayir Author of 'Early Childhood and Neuroscience'. Expert on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) and early years education.
Adele Bates - Author of 'Miss, I don't give a sh*t'. Another great follow for behaviour and inclusion!
Chris Dyson - Inspirational school leader who puts wellbeing at the heart of everything!
Lisa Cherry - Author of the fantastic book 'Conversations that make a difference for Children and Young People'. Expert on trauma informed education.
Mark Anderson - Also known as @ICTEvangelist. Talks about EdTech and technology solutions.
Frances Akinde - Trusted voice in inclusion, SEND and neurodiversity.
Mike Arminger - Another excellent advisor on the topics of social emotional mental health and trauma.
Liz Pemberton - Also known as @theblacknurserymanager. Talks about inclusive practice in the early years and anti-racism.
Lorraine Peterson - Shares valuable insights on additional needs / SEND and mental health.
Jon Tait - Talks about school leadership, pedagogy and more. Author of four books!
Abigail Hawkins - A 'must follow' for SENCos. A wealth of knowledge on additional needs / SEND.
Prof. Amanda Kirby - Champion of inclusion. Shares important thoughts on neurodiversity.