It's my opinion that Twitter is the 'Best Staffroom in the World'. There are an incredible number of amazing Educators on Twitter sharing ideas, lessons, articles and events. My advice would be to follow as many as you can to get that rich content in your feed and to get involved in other people's tweets and organised EduChats. The more content you share, whether it's lessons, ideas, replies or re-tweets, the more likely people will be to follow you back.
Below I have created a London Underground-inspired tube map of 100 great computing accounts to follow. This is a mixture of educators, companies and communities who have inspired me the most on Twitter. I have connected with so many wonderful people and had the pleasure of meeting some of them in real life too at EdTech events. It's an excellent platform for networking. And yes, I know Twitter can be a negative place but I have found the EduTech side of it is very friendly and supportive.
I have also listed below the map some great EduChats to follow and the times that they run in the week. Definitely worth getting involved as they are great opportunities to share thought, ideas and resources.
To join an EduChat, seach for the #, for example #CASChat, at the time listed and click 'Latest' to keep up to date with the conversation. If you are going to contribute, remember to include the # in your tweet so others in the conversation will see it and be able to interact with you. Alternatively, you can just be a watcher and follow the conversation without contributing, if that suits you more!
#CASChat - Tuesdays 8pm (GMT). Computing At School Community.
#AppleEduChat - Tuesdays 8pm (GMT). Apple Education Community.