50 Top Education Hashtags for Teachers

Modern educators understand that education at all levels involves interaction in and out of the classroom. Most schools K-College have implemented programs that require students to be active online. This is important for students learning the knowledge tools and methods of today, and how they impact traditional subject requirements.

Teachers are also being encouraged to start personal learning networks (PLNs). Most often, PLNs are created using accounts on platforms like Twitter. The power and visibility of an interesting keyword and hashtag builds active teacher/student networks. They also open pathways for many students and parents in becoming connected overall with institutions.
Hashtag and keyword saturation is the most vital element of a PLN. It is important to create keywords that create a following, but are not duplicated too often in search engines. PLN administrators should create keywords that can be identified through unique aspects of their curriculum, or that help followers discover concepts in non-overused contexts. One of the best ways to ensure effective keyword creation is to be as goal-oriented as possible. Another method is creating keywords that have a definite voice. Treat keyword creation in the same way an author would approach writing material that is genuinely their own.
Here is a helpful list of example Twitter-verse keywords that could be used effectively by teachers, students, and anyone relying on a PLN as part of an education program.

K-6th Grade:

#ABCand123
#FallFunFriends
#Supplies
#SuperKidsStart
#NewSchool
#EarnRecess
#1stYearSuccess
#CanWeCount
#PrimaryEd
#TrueDevelopment
#FUNdamentals
#EyeOnTests

Junior High:

#MiddleSchoolMaster
#GrowingSmarter
#RUpeertutor
#JRsRules
#FaveSubjectFocus
#STEMbasic
#WriteWell
#AskTheClass
#ExpectationsHS
#CoreAndMore
#ScienceExhibitsAndFollowThrough
#LunchAffectsLearning

College

#HowsYourWeekend
#NegotiateSyllabus
#MajorCircles
#CumLaudeTime
#ProfessorWho
#SuccessMinusSafetyNets
#ValidSleepStudies
#InternThis
#MoreLibraryTime
#EfficientAndSufficient
#DebtAlready
#WhoAreUHere
#FindPapers
#QuadEntanglement

Remember, effective hashtags and keywords are part identification, part uniqueness, and part context. The content surrounding keywords should make the purpose of their uses obvious. Vitality and imagination are vital to popular and helpful PLNs.