Do you know what the Toronto Emergency Safe Schools Strategy (TESSS)
is? If your child’s school is placed in a “Hold And Secure” or a “Lockdown”
in Toronto, Ontario Canada, do you know what that means? Do you know where
to check to get up-to-date information about about a school lockdown or
Hold and Secure? Is your school registered yet? You can do so by e-mailing
Chances are your children are safe and the police and school staff are
working in a coordinated effort. To learn more, read on and check out the
enclosed two presentations by Toronto police officers, who have been
dealing with these school safety issues for many years.
All your questions pertaining to an emerging school emergency are now
posted in the social streams on the official Toronto Police Service
You can also learn many up-to-date pieces of information about
connecting with the police and school-safety specialists at a school
near you in Toronto at this link: http://SchoolActionTeams.com
On August 11, 2011, Staff Sergeant Sharon Davis of the Toronto Police
Service Community Mobilization Unit, a specialist in school-police
protocol issues co-presented a workshop on school safety with
Constable Scott Mills @GraffitiBMXCop | @TorontoPolice Toronto Police
Service Corporate Communications Social Media Officer to school
administrators at the Associated Hebrew Schools, 252 Finch Av E,
Toronto, Ontario Canada.
The two officers were invited to present by Ruth Markel, a management
consultant who had diligently prepared for the workshop, after being
referred to Sharon and Scott by Eric Roher @ERoher a lawyer
specializing in Internet issues, and legal counsel for a number of
It was a unique perspective having the two officers speak, as both
come from very different perspectives. Sharon is a specialist on
school protocol procedures relating to lockdowns, “hold and secure”
situations, threat assessment and many more issues relating to school
safety… with the exception of social media..
Scott is very passionate about using relationships and technology, in
particular social media, to prevent violence. Together, the two
officers present the “left brain and the right brain” for school
To say the least, at this event ‘old school’ philosophy was colliding
with ‘new school’ philosophy in back to back talks. The question
became.. would these school administrators see any value in any of the
information that either officer had to offer.
It turns out that perspectives did collide this day and the end
product was a very balanced and fact filled talk, that hopefully will
go a long way to enhance community safety in the family of Associated
Hebrew Schools, and beyond.
For the first time, Sharon’s excellent school lockdown and ‘hold and
secure’ safety points were live tweeted by Scott..effectively
education others far from the ear shot of the presenter. The official
version of what exactly a ‘Lockdown’ is compared to a ‘Hold and
Secure’ were being tweeted by Scott as Sharon spoke. .. Online people
were listening.. and re-tweeting! The Toronto District School Board
social media coordinator TJ Goertz @TJGoertz | @TDSB_Official quickly
re-tweeted the information to his vast network of educators online.
Presentation Slides of Scott Mills “Relationships And Technology
Presentation slides of Staff Sergeant Sharon Davis, Toronto Police
Service Community Mobilization Unit (officer in charge of School
Resource Officer Program)
Here is a snapshot of what the tweets looked like that day. All the
tweets and facebook posts were live feeding to the home page of the
Toronto Police official website, a brand new version of the website
thanks to a team of dedicated, in house Toronto Police staff members
led by Pedja, our brilliant webmaster. A number of the school
administrators in attendance were following the social stream on their
personal smartphones and ipads. It was evident that social media and
school safety were colliding, and a cultural revolution was underway
in that room!
Here is what the tweets looked like:
TorontoPolice Toronto Police
“Life Trumps Privacy” when dealing w school safety issues says
Staff/Sgt Sharon Davis #Toronto #Police School-Police Protocol
SchoolActionTeams.com is a reference website for school | police
protocol in #Toronto that is being updated w/ relevant info regularly
School-Police Safety Protocol discussed Aug11/11 at Associated Hebrew
Schools #Toronto by Officer Sharon Davis #140confEDU c @jeffpulver ^sm
“No One Just Snaps” says S/Sgt Sharon Davis to Associated Hebrew
Schools Admin School-Police Protocol training talk #Toronto ^sm
@Blackbird_2 great info! Thanks for sharing – worth a read for sure c:
@DCCTayside @DeputySloly @Lawscomm @T_Burrows @mrsmeaghangray ^sm
. @TJGoertz Thanks TJ 4 re-tweeting education info 2day re: difference
between “Hold And Secure” + “Lockdown” 4 school-police protocol ^sm
If your school in #Toronto wants training session for an emergency w/
Police contact Staff Sergeant Sharon.Davis@torontopolice.on.ca ^sm
If you r a staff member inside a school in “Lockdown” or “Hold+Secure”
if safe 2 do, check updates Twitter #fb feeds TorontoPolice.on.ca ^sm
Is your school in #Toronto registered with TESSS for police emergency
response? If not contact officer email@example.com ^sm
In #Toronto “Hold+Secure” means danger near a school | movement in+out
of bldg is restricted | within bldg movement not restricted ^sm
In #Toronto a school “Lockdown”=”danger on site” Goal is concealment
or escape(hide or run away) movement restricted in+out|within bldg ^sm
#Toronto #Police Staff/Sgt Sharon Davis is talking about school +
police protocol for safety #livenow at Associated Hebrew Schools ^sm
Associated Hebrew Schools r hosting a school safety talk 4 Admins
today w/ guests #Toronto Police S/Sgt Sharon Davis | Cst Scott Mills
For more information from Sharon you can e-mail:
For more information from Scott you can e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
or connect in social media with the official Toronto Police sites.
@TorontoPolice on twitter:
In conclusion .. please check out the hash tag #140EDU on Twitter for
some amazing information on how social media, when embraced to its
full capacity can be used by educators for student success….and
safety .. here is a video from @JeffPulver with links to much more
information about social media and its value for education and safety
in a modern world.
How to connect with some key people using social media for education who were a part of #140EDU in August, 2011 in New York City http://140conf.com via @JeffPulver
[#140edu] Back To School Special: Videos from #140edu
With Labor Day approaching and the beginning of school upon us, I’ve been looking back at our recent #140edu, and how something very special took place at the 92nd Street Y back on August 2nd and 3rd.
I wanted to share the experience with the videos captured with the worldwide #140conf community.
During #140edu about 400 people joined us in the audience while at the same time, the event was seen on 19,693 unique computers around the world.
I thank Chris Lehmann for helping to co-host the conference, his help in encouraging some of his friends to speak at the conference and his continued support of #140edu. I also thank everyone who came to #140edu and shared their ideas on our stage and from the audience.
#140edu will return to New York City at the 92nd Street Y on July 31st / August 1st, 2012.
I hope you enjoy watching these talks and find them to be as inspiring as I did.
Best regards, Jeff
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Welcome to #140edu
Chris Lehmann (@chrislehmann) – Principal of the Science Leadership Academy
Jeff Keni Pulver (@jeffpulver) – founder, #140conf
Get up and Move
Speaker: Jack Hidary (@jackhidary) – entrepreneur – business, social, political
Opening Doors to 21st Century Learning
The template for K-12 education in this country persists at using an industrial/agrarian model that is long past useful and relevant. We’ll talk about how a diverse suburban public school district has worked to upend and disrupt a legacy of tracking and low expectations into one that is focused on equity, access, rigor and adaptability. And how we are retooling policies and practices to develop high level critical thinking skills needed for the 21st Century — for all students at all ability levels.
David A. Singer (@DavidASinger) – School Board Trustee, Harrison School District
Louis N. Wool (@louisnwool) – Superintendent of Schools of the Harrison Central School District (and the 2010 NYS Superintendent of the Year).
Parents are Partners not Pawns
Parental involvement. Real, on the ground, loud, messy and effective parental involvement in the schools. As a blogger and Co-President of the PTA of my daughters’ NYC public school I have seen the power of speaking out and of bringing parents together.
Speaker: Rebecca Levey (@beccasara) – Founder/Queen Bee, KidzVuz.com and the 2011 NY State Delegate to the Mom Congress on Education and Learning
Design Thinking as the Only Legit 21st Century Pedagog
As one of many who are deeply invested in the educational shifts happening all around us, I’m eager to explore an authentic 21st century pedagogy that isn’t simply
Speaker: Christian Long (@ChristianLong) – Vice President – Education, Cannon Design
How Twitter Chats Are Changing Eduaction
As co-founder of the largest and most popular education hashtag (#edchat) we have helped to shape what educational chats are on Twitter. My co-founder (@tomwhitby) and I will address the changes that we have seen, how these chats provide a platform for ed.
Steven W. Anderson (@web20classroom) – Educator, Speaker, Blogger, #Edchat Co-Creator, #140Conf Character, NOW Award Winner, ASCD Conference Scholar
Tom Whitby (@tomwhitby) – Prof of Education. Founder: #Edchat, The EDU PLN Ning, Linkedin group Technology-Using Professors et al.
Connecting School Life to Real Life
If school should be preparing young people for the world, why does the world behind school doors look so different from the world outside those doors. If we want students to be successful in the real world, schools need to get better at connecting school life to real life and give students the freedom to learn. I will share ideas about how schools can do this work.
Speaker: Lisa Nielsen (@InnovativeEdu) – Speaker. Author. Educational innovator.
Are schools burning books?
Are schools burning books? Can schools efficiently ban students from using social media during school time and pretend it doesn´t exist? Can we prepare our students enough for life and work in the Information Society by relying first and foremost on text.
Speaker: Inga Rós (@Inga_Ros) – Teacher, Commercial College of Iceland
The Buzz Book
Lost amid all of the education reform talk is an insidious problem plaguing our schools: our students are losing a sense of shared cultural literacy because they are not reading as much as they need to.
Speaker: Patrick Higgins (@pjhiggins) – Supervisor of Humanities, Verona Public Schools
Slowing Down Education, 140 Characters at a Time
Immersed in a constant stream of information, losing our ability to meaningfully read anything longer than a page, and connected through a social network that in users represents the 3rd largest country in the world, how can we promote thoughtful and meaningful discussions?
Speaker: Cynthia Lawson (@cynthialawson) – Assistant Professor and Artist, Parsons The New School for Design
What I learned in Kingergarden
When do school systems, tv and society suck the creativity out of our children? As early as kingergarten? Are the intellectual misfits in kingergarden the ones who are more apt to succeed later in life? Are we doing enough to ensure that youngsters maintain and develop their curiosity, wonderment, originality, and ability not only to answer questions, but to ask them as well.
Speaker: Mel Rosenberg (@MelRosenberg) – scientist and inventor, children’s book author, youtube newbie
Growing up in Real-Time
Alumni of Science Leadership Academy share their experiences of attending SLA and how the Internet is effecting their lives.
Danielle Villa (@yoovilla) Jerome McLeod (@jmcleod)
Josh Hendarto (@JoshuaRinaldi)
MicroInterns: Taking the show on the road with middle-schoolers
The MicroIntern program is driven by the need to get kids out of the classroom not only virtually, but physically. The NY tech startup scene is a phenomenon happening right in our backyard and if I can release my kids to explore in that ecosystem, they will get to be a part of history.
Speaker: George Haines (@George_Haines) – Director of Technology, Sts. Philip and James School
Launching the Learning Career- The Critical Period of Years 0 to 3:? Although we don’t expect to see a 6 month old tweeting anytime soon, there are a host of PostPC era tools emerging – from touch screen to motion sensing to 3D interfaces – that make the digital world accessible to toddlers. Parents, as well as their toddlers, should be using these tools to better understand and support their babies as they transform from a relatively helpless newborn to a fully competent walking, talking, problem-solving 3 year old. There is no more important 3 year period in anyone’s learning career.
Speaker: Don Burton (@dcburton) – Founder, eebee’s Adventures
Feeding the hungry, using Twitter and PLN’s to bring the world to Rural Schools Yes, I come from a place where in some cases there are more cows than people. That is, however, no reason to isolate my staff and students from the big wide world. I have used my PLN, all of whom I have “met” using Twitter to create, connect and collaborate. – http://blip.tv/140confevents/140edu-8-2-11-katie-mcfarland-5469369
Speaker: Katie McFarland (@Katiemc827) – Staff Development Specialist, Cattaraugus Allegany BOCES
Working On The Edge of Learning Through Digital Media The Edge Project, designed by Global Kids with support from the MacArthur Foundation, expands the capacity of civic and cultural institutions to use new media as innovative educational platforms that engage youth in learning and promote civic participation.
Speaker: Barry Joseph (@barryjoseph) – Online Leadership Program, Global Kids, Inc.
My campaign against corporal punishment in public schools.
Speaker: Marc Ecko (@marcecko) – founder, Marc Ecko Enterprises
Parents Panel: Parents of SLA A discussion with the parents of students attending Science Leadership Academy
Chris Lehmann (@chrislehmann) – Principal of the Science Leadership Academy
The Living Museum: A model for education
Speaker: Janos Marton – Director, The Living Museum
Get Wiki With It I will share the variety of web-based tools students can utilize to enhance content area learning.
Speaker: Michele Haiken (@TeachingFactor) – Founder, theteachingfactor
The Tech Commandments – Ways we can revitalize education using technology I believe there are ten basic ideas that can help us better integrate technology in the academic setting and make education better in this country.
Speaker: Adam Bellow (@adambellow) – Founder, eduTecher
Changing our ring tones Changing our “default settings” as learners
Michael Fedorochko (@mikefed)
Nikila Kakarla (@npkakarla)
Shelley Krause (@butwait) – Academic Matchmaker & Tribe Finder, Rutgers Preparatory School
#harvard: university communications & the social web Harvard will celebrate its 375th anniversary this autumn, and at the same time is developing a forward-looking digital footprint consistent with 21st century communications.
Speaker: Perry Hewitt (@perryhewitt) – Director – Digital, Harvard University
Higher Education: Real Alerts in Real Time When news breaks audiences want to know information as soon as possible. Journalists and bloggers are now working with local citizens to report what happens in real time using social media and smart phones. The same can be said for education.
Speaker: Andrea G. Michnik (@AndreaGenevieve) – Director of PR and Social Media Marketing, International Studies Abroad
Telling the Truth Telling the truth makes what seems impossible manageable, and our technology now mandates we do so. The tremendous potential of a world with full transparency via platforms like Twitter is the heightened accountability demands our fullest potential.
Speaker: Will Craig (@WillCraigatPWP) – Educational Director at Partners With Parents and Director of Educational Programming at The Handel Group
Majoring in Life Our education system is not producing innovating thinkers but rather training student to follow directions. People are afraid to leave university to pursue their passions because a college degree is considered requisite for success. We must move beyond this thinking.
Speaker: Dale J. Stephens (@DaleJStephens) – Leader of the @UnCollege movement. Evangelist
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Less talking. More Doing
Public education is the biggest Fail Whale of our generation and we are all to blame. Our Federal and State governments have dropped the ball. People with financial means have fled to private schools. And Silicon Valley has not succeeded in any technical innovation. The current public dialog is filled with divisive finger pointing and circuitous debate. Yet there still is no roadmap for change. We don’t have to be victims of this dysfunction. Education is an inherently local issue and we all have the power to rise up, organize and transform our schools for the 21st century.
Speaker: Barry Schuler (@BSchuler) – Chairman, New Tech Network; Director, KnowledgeWorks Foundation
Teaching kids to program around the world
Using social media to scale guerilla teaching
Speaker: Lynn Langit (@llangit) – co-founder of Teaching Kids Programming
How Kids see online video
Speaker: Samantha Langit – 6th Grade Student
School Improvement One Character at a Time
Since joining Twitter in March of 2009 I have successfully learned and effectively utilized a variety of social media tools to improve my school. I would like to share how I have harnessed the power of these tools to improve communications
Speaker: Eric Sheninger (@NMHS_Principal) – Principal, New Milford High School
Protecting Kids’ Privacy Online Protecting Kids’ Privacy Online A discussion about what parents and educators can do to teach themselves and their kids about protecting and respecting their privacy and the privacy of others online. She’ll also share what Common Sense is doing to improve the privacy climate.
Speaker: Tali Horowitz (@CommonSenseEdu) – Education Program Manager, Common Sense Media.
Levering Social Media to Increase and Quantity Student Engagement The internet is a decentralized place, with a lot of small, loosely-connected pieces, where individual engagement acts like a finicky firefly. Our traditional rules of on-campus physical student engagement need to be modified for an online world.
Speaker: Tom Krieglstein (@tomkrieglstein) – Helping colleges create, increase, and measure student engagement as the founder of Swift Kick, creator of #SAchat and organizer of The NYEdTech Meetup.
Delicious.com for Education
Delicious.com and how educator’s can leverage it for teaching.
Speaker: Gina Johnston(@NHSoCal) – Social Media Strategist, New Horizons Computer Learning Centers of Southern California
Global collaborations for elementary age children
Blog project with 4th grade students with visits from around the globe. Twitter was used to connect teachers globally with the ultimate goal of creating authentic learning experiences for kids.
Speaker: Kim Sivick (@ksivick) – Coordinator of Lower School Technology, Springside Chestnut Hill Academy
Expressing Sustainability, Map by Map
Using the community as the classroom and drawing out youth perspectives on their home place as they map it – this has had really amazing impacts, and can transform a young person’s view of what they can do as a citizen designer without waiting to ‘grow up’
Speaker: Wendy Brawer (@GreenMap) – Designer of services and products for sustainable communities, locally and globally.
Alternatives to an Outdated Education Model
Donna Murdoch (@donnamurdoch) – Technology, Communication, and Education Sector, New York
Dr. Douglas Green (@drdouggreen) – Retired Principal, Education Consultant based in Endicott, New York and blogger for DrDougGreen.Com
John Mikulski (@JohnMikulski) – Middle School English Language Arts Teacher, Host of the Tightwad Teacher podcast, Classroominthecloud.net
Shelly S Terrell (@ShellTerrell) – Educator, tech trainer, Edtech, Elearning, TEFL. #Edchat coordinator.
How school districts can engage their communities using technology
Speaker: Erik Endress (@erikendress) – Interactive & Social Media Specialist, New Jersey School Boards Association
The Intern / Big Business Relationship How speaking up can help both interns and companies can get more out of internships, and what results business leaders need to see from these programs.
Speaker: Jane Barratt (@JaneBarratt285) – Global Marketer & Advertising Agency President
Cheating Students: Can the Real-Time Web Create Truth-Telling in the Humanities? Issues of cheating and privacy are at the forefront of professors’ concerns about social media in higher education (Pearson Social Media Study, 2011). Our lack of trust is systemic. Engagement is so minimal listening to students is rarely allowed. Classroom conversation is often limited to the last 5-10 mins of a 75-minute class. With over 18 million students currently enrolled in U.S. colleges and universities, how can professors justify the mission of producing great citizens, future professionals and great human beings with a 44% dropout rate? That’s nearly 8 million people. Facebook, alone, has more than 750 million active users as of Jan 2011. Here, I’ll share how my participation on Twitter, along with other real-time web tools, helped me cultivate an environment for truth-telling and making a difference in my anthropology and racism courses. Twitter is a sharer’s market and it (along with other real-time web tools like Skype and Facebook) has taught me more about how professors cheat students when we don’t listen to them as adults rather than protecting some abstract “privacy” or answer key.
Speaker: Kyra D. Gaunt, Ph.D. (@kyraocity) – TED Fellow 2009. Voicing the unspoken thru song, scholarship & social media.
Using Games to Deliver Motivation for Learning
Many people talk about “gamification” for education, but I think that oftentimes the idea (and the products) get developed without a real focus on *why* we might implement game mechanics over educational content. This talk is about the ways that games can serve to provide a context for delivering motivation. Within a game, we have concrete definitions for reward, competition, collaboration — and there are specific mini-goals that build up to a larger achievement. All of these things, if implemented correctly, can mesh with educational content to motivate and engage kids to learn the content. In an ideal implementation, this is a “deep integration,” rather than a discrete layer that’s painted over what is essentially a set of flashcards. Throughout my talk I’ll give examples of software that does it well — pulling from my company’s own creations, my competitors’ work, and historical examples.
Speaker: Mahipal Raythattha (@mahipalr) – Founder, Brain Racer Inc.
“Is College Worth It?” Discussion Featuring those in the midst of it – young adults from the Net Generation – we will be discussing how the real time web is influencing – and continuing – the “Is College Worth It?” debate.
Debra Eckerling (@campusexplorer) – Senior Editor, Campus Explorer
Ethan Bodnar (@ethanbodnar) – – Designer and senior at Hartford Art School (@HartfordArt)
Kristen Durkin (@Kristen_Durkin) – Graduate student at New York University, Huffington Post Blogger and Marketing Manager at Kforce Inc.
Linnea Keys (@linneakeys) – Junior at Johns Hopkins University with a double major in History and East Asian Studies
Ahead Out of the Gate: Students Using Social Media to Hack Their Education
More and more, students are securing jobs and careers for themselves while spending less time in the classroom. By plugging themselves into Twitter, Tumblr and the host of social sites, students put themselves on an equal playing field with journalists
Speaker: Kelly Sutton (@KellySutton) – Founder, HackCollege
Giving Credibility to the Shadow Education System
Douglas Crets (@DouglasCrets) – Director, dB C Media
Jeremy Johnson (@jeremyj)
Matt Mahoney (@mpm)
Let’s Start a Learning Revolution Michael Karnjanaprakorn, founder of Skillshare, debunks the myth that a college degree leads to success and explores how we can create a learning revolution together.
Speaker: Mike Karnjanaprakorn (@mikekarnj) – Co-founder, Skillshare
Educators Taking Control of their Own Professional Development: The Edcamp Model
Ann Leaness (@aleaness) – HS English Teacher, Grad Ed Adjunct and EdCampPhilly co-organizer
Karen Blumberg (@SpecialKRB) – NYCIST President.TEDxNYED,TEDxYouth@TheSchool, EdCampNYC, RoboExpo organizer.
Meenoo Rami (@mrami2) – HS English teacher- Founder & moderator of #engchat. Teacher-Consultant for #nwp through #philwp and teacher at the Science Leadership Academy in Philadelphia
Shelly S Terrell (@ShellTerrell) – Educator, tech trainer, Edtech, Elearning, TEFL. #Edchat coordinator.
The Philly Youth Poetry Movement
Speaker: Gregory Corbin (@JustGregPoet) – Executive Director, Philly Youth Poetry Movement.
Beer Parties and Math: Teaching Math so students GET IT! The reason that we are now #34 in the world in mathematics has nothing to do with our kids. It has a lot do to with who is teaching the mathematics, and how the information is being communicated – actually NOT communicated.
Speaker: Randee Schneeberg (@RandeeCEO) – Founder, Just Math Enterprises
The Education Bubble There’s a massive Education Bubble that’s brewing, with people coming out of college $100-200K in debt, prepared for a world that not longer exists, with degrees not worth the paper its printed on. Then there’s the DIY and self-education movement, especially for entrepreneurs and creatives who are continuing to reinvent the playing field of their careers as they go along. Not to mention a $6 billion self-help industry and growing. Which is why online education is also blowing up. Social media is a force for self-learning if not self-actualization…exploring the process of identity formation, creative voice, and self-definition.
Speaker: Michael Margolis (@getstoried) – President and Founder, Get Storied
Links to the twitter accounts of the #140edu speakers:
Adam Bellow – @adambellow
Andrea G. Michnik – @AndreaGenevieve
Ann Leaness – @aleaness
Barry Joseph – @barryjoseph
Barry Schuler – @BSchuler
Chris Lehmann – @chrislehmann
Christian Long – @ChristianLong
Cynthia Lawson – @cynthialawson
Dale J. Stephens – @DaleJStephens
Danielle Villa – @yoovilla
David A. Singer – @DavidASinger
Debra Eckerling – @campusexplorer
Don Burton – @dcburton
Donna Murdoch – @donnamurdoch
Douglas Crets – @DouglasCrets
Dr. Douglas Green – @drdouggreen
Eric Sheninger – @NMHS_Principal
Erik Endress – @erikendress
Ethan Bodnar – @ethanbodnar
George Haines – @George_Haines
Gina Johnstonl – @NHSoCal
Gregory Corbin – @JustGregPoet
Inga Rós – @Inga_Ros
Jack Hidary – @jackhidary
Jane Barratt – @JaneBarratt285
Jeff Keni Pulver – @jeffpulver
Jeremy Johnson – @jeremyj
Jerome McLeod – @jmcleod
John Mikulski – @JohnMikulski
Josh Hendarto – @JoshuaRinaldi
Karen Blumberg – @SpecialKRB
Katie McFarland – @Katiemc827
Kelly Sutton – @KellySutton
Kim Sivick – @ksivick
Kristen Durkin – @Kristen_Durkin
Kyra D. Gaunt, Ph.D. – @kyraocity
Linnea Keys – @linneakeys
Lisa Nielsen – @InnovativeEdu
Louis N. Wool – @louisnwool
Lynn Langit – @llangit
Mahipal Raythattha – @mahipalr
Marc Ecko – @marcecko
Matt Mahoney – @mpm
Meenoo Rami – @mrami2
Mel Rosenberg – @MelRosenberg
Michael Fedorochko – @mikefed
Michael Margolis – @getstoried
Michele Haiken – @TeachingFactor
Mike Karnjanaprakorn – @mikekarnj
Nikila Kakarla – @npkakarla
Patrick Higgins – @pjhiggins
Perry Hewitt – @perryhewitt
Randee Schneeberg – @RandeeCEO
Rebecca Levey – @beccasara
Shelley Krause – @butwait
Shelly S Terrell – @ShellTerrell
Steven W. Anderson – @web20classroom
Tali Horowitz – @CommonSenseEdu
Tom Krieglstein – @tomkrieglstein
Tom Whitby – @tomwhitby
Wendy Brawer – @GreenMap
Will Craig – @WillCraigatPWP
Michael Margolis (@getstoried)