10 Great Special Education Resources on Twitter

10 Great Special Education Resources on Twitter

When it comes to special needs Twitter has turned into a global support group providing support and sources of information to families with special needs. Once a month we highlight  people on Twitter who provide great resources and support to those with special needs.

This month we focus on people and organizations on Twitter that provide special education resources

You can also check out Friendship Circle on Twitter for great resources and articles dealing with special needs issues.

Know someone on Twitter that provides great special ed resources? Please add it to the conversation in the comments section.

Who To Follow On Twitter: Special Education Edition

Nicole Eredics


Nicole Eredics is a a teacher who has created a resource of solutions for the inclusive classroom.
She also hosts a weekly radio show, The Inclusive Class on Blog Talk Radio.  California

Karen Bolotinkbkonnected

Karen Bolotin is an educator (art/reading/writing)of students with emotional/behavioral special needs.
She loves learning and sharing…anything creative is what she looks for. Chicago


Melanie is an Intervention Specialist; Fascinated by technology available & students ability to utilize it; Enjoy brainstorming and researching educational technology. Ohio

Dennise GoldbergSpecialEdAdvice

Dennise Goldberg  is dedicated to helping families with children who have special needs understand their special education rights and receive appropriate special education services.

Matt RayMrMatthewRay

Matt Ray is an Elementary teacher of special education. Believer in the abilities and value of all children. Education blogger. New York

Special EducationEducation_IEP

Special Education resources for Special Education teachers and parents of special needs children with learning disabilities like ADHD, Autism, Aspergers, Dyslexia etc.


Sean Sweeney is a Speech Language Pathologist interested in easy-to-access resources to enhance interventions and engage students.  Massachusetts

Chris VacekChrisVacek

Innovation – Technology – Special Education – Functional Independence Outcomes – Autism Parent – Videographer – Divemaster Kansas


CodyTheis is a 7th grade cross categorical special education teacher. Gadgets and gizmos aplenty. Who-zits and what-zits galore.  Wisconsin

Patrick BlackTeachntech00

Patrick Black is a special ed teacher, learning to use technology to help all students.

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Tzvi Schectman is the Family Coordinator for the Friendship Circle of Michigan and the Editor of the the Friendship Circle Blog. You can connect with Tzvi on LinkedIn and Google+
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  • Melanie (@teachwtechbrox)

    Thanks for the mention. It is quite a compliment! I would also add @Room5Friends to the list. Intervention specialist from Ohio, She is a great resource for special education and educational technology!
    Thanks again!

  • http://www.speechtechie.com Sean Sweeney

    Thank you so much for the mention!

  • Nicole Eredics

    Thank you for adding @Inclusive_Class to your list! Very honored:)

  • http://www.bookshare.org atadvocate

    Greetings!  Please add the Bookshare blog and website to this good list of special ed resources.  accessible books and reading software free for U.S. with qualified print disabilities.  take a new look at Bookshare….lots of new user-friendly processes.

  • Ronit Basiri

    Shalom,I am a singel mum to a 8 years old son that have Severe Autism -no speech (and 3 older children)
    I was looking to buy my son an ipad but I am really not very good with technology and I hope that you can help me to select the best and most economical devices,that will help my son to to learn and communicate with other,I understend that I will have to get/buy app but dont know how to go about it, your advice in this matter will be greatly appreciated,
    kind regards,Toda
    Ronit,B (Australia)

    ps,please forgive me for my bad spelling and grammar.

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