It’s no surprise that teachers are finding a way to help one another on TikTok and YouTube as well as blogs, Instagram and Pinterest. Teaching is a challenging job, so finding support or sourcing ideas from other teachers is a great way to utilize the power of social media connection! Whether you’re setting up your classroom, looking for inspiration on lesson planning or you need help with remote learning, you can head on over to social media for some helpful tutorials and ideas from these teacher influencers. If you’re a marketer, working with one of these top teachers to share your classroom-specific product is a great place to start as well.
Teacher influencers sharing uplifting content
Ms. James of I am That English Teacher on TikTok is a NBCT Award winning educator with over 3 million followers. Ms. James shares videos of her teaching her actual class about all things English. If you’re looking for a quick grammar lesson or the difference between “your” and “you’re,” Ms. James is the content creator (and teacher) for you!
The Pocketful of Primary channel by Michelle Emerson is full of teaching, organization, productivity and everything else a teacher could want or need. With over 562,000 subscribers and over 58 million views, Michelle’s bright and cheery content teaches other teachers how to stay productive and organized whether in a classroom or from home.
With over 2.88 million views on YouTube, Elizabeth Coller of the Kinderhearted Classroom on YouTube is full of videos for teaching kindergarten Montessori-style. Elizabeth shares videos that help other teachers come up with strategies for their classrooms and even some personal videos showing her actual teaching routine.
Learning with Heidi
If you’re interested in learning the science behind teaching children to read, Heidi’s TikTok account, Learning with Heidi, is for you. On TikTok, Heidi is able to share short, to-the-point videos explaining how to best teach “sight words.” With over 166,000 followers, Heidi also occasionally works with aligned brands on short promotional videos.
Shelley of Early EDventures
With over 100,000 subscribers on the Early EDventures YouTube channel, Shelley is a second-grade teacher in Northern California who shares Teach With Me videos, classroom tours and even a few daily lifestyle vlogs. Shelley also shares fun teacher content on her Instagram account.
Bridget Spackman of the Lettered Classroom on YouTube is a great channel for other teachers to follow. If you’re looking to connect with another multiage teacher, Bridget’s channel is full of “Day in the Life of a Teacher” videos or how-to videos like how to get ahead on your lesson planning.
If you’re looking for fun, wholesome teacher content from the kindergarten classroom, Mr. Talcott’s TikTok is for you! Mr. Talcott’s funny videos show you how he keeps his remote-learning kindergarten classes engaged and learning even when he can’t be in person with them.
Looking for ways to better manage your classroom? Tiffany May of the One Fab Teacher YouTube channel is not only a teacher, but a classroom management consultant. Learn which procedures are a must in your classroom from this 1st grade teacher.
Mrs. Nancy Bullard
With almost 3 million followers on TikTok, Mrs. Nancy Bullard is probably TikTok’s most famous teacher. Mrs. Bullard dives into the science behind her own placenta and even works with brands to share products that all teachers need. This real life science teacher will have you learning so much while scrolling through TikTok.
Mrs. Carnicle is math teacher sharing content on TikTok on what it’s like to be a teacher. Her content is relatable and funny for other teachers, applying trends and hashtags to the teaching niche. She even dances while sharing teaching tips. Connect with her to promote your brand on TikTok.