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20 Top Tweeters for Maths Teachers

20 Top Educational TweetersThis list of top tweeters is specifically designed with maths teachers in mind.  Many of the tweeters are fellow maths teachers from across the globe whilst others are people who get very excited about maths and just love to tweet about it.  Many of these people tweet about a lot besides maths but I think each of them would be a valuable addition to your timeline if you’re a maths teacher or interested in maths.  Follow them if you’d like links, ideas and conversation about maths and maths teaching.

  1. @10Ticks Maths Mogul and World Traveller (Bolton to Preston). Check out our fantastic new maths online learning system at
  2. @ColinTGraham Teacher, trainer, coach, linguist, singer, musician, composer, arranger
  3. @dansmath math teacher author webmaster podcaster runner
  4. @davidwees Father. Activist. Canadian. Educational technology consultant. Math & Science teacher. Geek & Skeptic. On TEDxKIDSBC & Edcamp Vancouver planning teams.
  5. @icecolbeveridge Maths tutor, trainer and trouble-shooter. No good tutors near you? Try distance learning with me.
  6. @intmath Learner, trainer, math enthusiast
  7. @johnfaig Tech Coordinator and Math Teacher; Working on Masters at Columbia; Web 2.0 fan; Ex-investment analyst
  8. @JulieeJohnsonn I’m a mom, spec ed teacher & writer of a ‘Regency comedic mystery’. My teaching blog is It links to my games based learning site!
  9. @lcarroll94 Director of Technology/ Math Teacher at Hamden Hall Country Day School. Hamden, CT
  10. @BucharestTutor Offering Math Home Tutoring for all levels and grades including IB, IGCSE & SAT Mathematics.
  11. @mathsatschool I’m a Maths teacher in suburban London. Tweeting generally about maths and teaching. Studying for MA in Maths Ed.
  12. @mathheadinc Teaching, tutoring math and calculus, with enthusiasm and an ever present sense of wonder, to students 7 & up since 1995. Anyone can learn anything!
  13. @MathIsMyLife Maths is my Life – I love numbers and the near limitless number of things you can do with them. I help kids learn basic maths
  14. @mathnasium Mathnasium Learning Centers: our mission is to teach children math the way that makes sense to them.
  15. @MoreThanMaths Teacher of maths and ICT, student of French, aspiring edublogger and general lurker. I follow educators, maths and science people, plus a few others.
  16. @rmosvold Associate Professor of mathematics education at the University of Stavanger, Norway.
  17. @TimStirrup mathematics education for NCETM, ICT are my work interests, I’m an ‘old’ triathlete and now into Ballet, through son’s participation.
  18. @TomBarrett Inspiring and engaging learners with (and without) great educational technology.
  19. @VideoMathTutor I’m Luis Anthony Ast. Proud Arizona Semi-Native. Math Tutor and Producer of The *BEST* Math Content on The Internet. Mathematics is Now Fun and Easy to Learn!
  20. @wildaboutmath Math blogger at Wild About Math! Making Math fun and accessible

I hope you find some interesting new tweeters to follow.  They are all in a Twitter List Here If you’re not doing so already, you may also like to follow me: @CreativeEdu for Education chat. Offers, News and Info about Creative Education’s training courses for school staff and a chance to have an input and shape our courses. And to keep up with the blog of course!

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Who’s missing?  Please leave a comment with your suggestions– or tell readers why they should follow you.

17 responses to “20 Top Tweeters for Maths Teachers”

  1. Avatar Bon Crowder says:

    I can’t wait to be on this list! Just launched my new blog and set up the twitter name.

    Until then… I’m SO following these folks. Thanks for the list!

  2. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Dan Bach, Colin Beveridge and Pooky Hesmondhalgh, Pooky Hesmondhalgh. Pooky Hesmondhalgh said: 20 Top Tweeters for Maths Teachers: #mathchat […]

  3. Avatar David says:

    Hey there,

    Thanks for including me on this list. There’s a tiny type in my Twitter user name though. :)

    David Wees

  4. There is also Chris Smy @Chris_1974 dad, hubby, maths teacher, probably in that order. Big fan of my SmartBoard

    He is great so enthusiatic

  5. Avatar Jack says:

    There is also @MatthewMaddux

  6. Avatar Brian says:

    Great list to follow. You should also check out our tweets and our website. We are a free resource that creates and provides timely and relevant math activities based off whatever is happening in news, sports and entertainment news. Check us out and follow us on twitter @yummymath

  7. Avatar Peter Price says:

    Thanks for sharing the list. I’m collecting my own list of math twitterers to follow.

    I am sharing ideas for math lessons and have a new math podcast if anyone is interested.

  8. Avatar Vijay says:

    Dear Pooky,
    Very nice list compiled although I would love to be “followed” one day as well. Incidentally many of the people mentioned are terrific and yes I would love to be in their esteemed company some time later in this lifetime.

    Thanks again for sharing this gem

    Best Wishes from Bucharest


    • Hi Vijay, thanks for your comment! I wrote this list quite some time ago, certainly before I met your good self! When I put together these lists I always try to ensure that there are a variety of people, some very well known, some less well known to make it more interesting. I’m glad that it’s helped you find some interesting people to follow, and I’m sure they’ll all get a lot out of having you in their PLN too as you’re great fun to tweet with and you share some great links. Pooky

  9. Avatar Matt says:

    This is a great list of math folks to follow. I write a blog about math instructional strategies for elementary teachers. Thanks for the list.

  10. Avatar Ricardo says:

    I, and a couple of parents from our PTA, are doing an effort to dedicate a site for the development of Sciences at school, such as Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Math ( Covering few exercises for our national test for college, PSU, here in Chile, Southamerica. So this is focused mostly in high school. The idea is to analyze exercises with multiple alternatives, giving quick discrimination to those alternatives that can never satisfy the question, and/or giving an aproximation to the true answer, the right answer. Our twitter is PSU_Ciencias, starting little by little.

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