7 Diverse Teacher Leaders on Instagram Who Inspire & Motivate Us

May 7, 2020

7 Diverse Teacher Leaders on Instagram Who Inspire & Motivate Us

Instagram is filled with compelling pictures, fun stories and especially now, it's a great distraction from day to day life. But did you know there is an entire world of teaching ideas and inspiration on there too? We have created a list of great education accounts to follow.

1. @thetututeacher

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Vera is a kindergarten teacher and workshop presenter in New York. She is a leader when it comes to diversity in the classroom. She has another account, @diversereads, where she shares books that can be added to your classroom library to make every student feel represented, empowered and included. Vera is sharing what life is like for an educator in New York during this pandemic.

2. @mrdearybury

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Jed is a recognized and accomplished educator. He was named GQ Magazine’s Male Leader of the Year, won the Presidential Award of Excellence and was a finalist for Teacher of the Year in South Carolina. He is now a college professor and leader in education, sharing engagement ideas and positivity with teachers across the country. He is an ally for all students and educators, and focuses on how to bring joy and fun to the classroom! Jed has been doing daily read-alouds from his Facebook page for all to enjoy during this time of social distancing.

3. @hellojenjones

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Jen is a literacy expert taking her talents all over the world. She shares the importance of literacy across content areas while sharing techniques to improve your own teaching. During this time of social distancing, she is hosting free professional development sessions online for her followers. Her content is meaningful for all grade levels and styles of educators. The positivity and fun from her Instagram stories will inspire you while making you laugh.

4. @teachlikeagirl

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Christina is a college professor who is also working on her doctorate. She shares the ups, downs and hard work that goes into her professional career while also sharing teaching strategies. Her account goes into the psychology behind teaching and human activity, which can be eye-opening no matter what point you’re at in your career. Her unique perspective of COVID-19 as a professor and doctoral candidate bring her followers laughs and information.

5. @mrscallscampers

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Mayleen is an educator and military spouse who made big changes in her teaching career. She moved from Tennessee to California and has been sharing her journey. Not only does she share teaching content and resources, but she also shares lifestyle tips, workout advice and beauty tutorials. She is the best of all worlds and her transparency is relatable – even during this time of social distancing.

6. @4thgradeunicorns

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Elizabeth is a fourth-grade teacher with an eye for classroom setup and décor. She is an innovator and leader in the reading community. Her virtual learning tips are easy to understand and relate to. She’s also sharing her pregnancy and IVF journey through the pandemic in an eye-opening, intimate way that is relatable as well.

7. @barrywhitejr_

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Barry is a leader in the Instagram world of education. He is a speaker and presenter who shares the importance of relationship building with all students. Barry has created amazing video content for educators to enjoy during this pandemic. He is charismatic, funny and relatable. He also shares videos of classroom ice breakers and projects that truly keep students engaged.

Share with us below – who are your favorite educators to follow?

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of American College of Education.

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