This is a companion “The Best…” list to The Best blogs for sharing resource links.

I developed this list by first going to Tweet Stats, typing in my Twitter user name (larryferlazzo) and then clicked on “Tweet Cloud.” Within that cloud I was able to see the Twitter user names of those whom I had “retweeted” (forwarded) the most. Since I generally only retweet education-related links, I’m including all the Twitter users in this list who appeared in my “cloud.”

There’s probably a tool out there that provides a better way to determine who one retweets the most, but this will do for now.

The cloud indicates how many times you’ve retweeted that person, but I didn’t have time to list them in that order here.

Of course, there are zillions of people I don’t “follow” on Twitter, so you might want to take “The Best…” label with “a grain of salt.”

Here are my choices for The Best Twitterers For Sharing Resource LInks:

Alice Mercer

Jim Burke (englishcomp)

Jackie Gerstein

Karenne Sylvester (kalinagoenglish)

K.D. Washburn

Nancy Devine

Nik Peachey

Shonah Kennedy (MissShonah)

Russel Tarr

Shelly Terrell

A Wooldridge (storytellin)

Diana Dell

Kevin Hodgson (dogtrax)

Burcu Akyol

Here are a few more whom I’m surprised are not in my “tweet cloud:”

Kelly Hines

Suzanne Whisler

Angela Maiers

Richard Byrne

I’ve checked my “cloud” again and here are new additions:

English Raven (Jason Renshaw)

web20classroom (Steven Anderson)


Tom Whitby

plugusin (Bill Ferriter)

And here are few people new additions who I’m sure will be on my next “cloud”:

russell1955 (Russell Stannard)

mazehr (Mary Ann Zehr)

middleweb (John Norton)

Clausvz (Claus von Zastrow)

CohenD (David Cohen)

Stacy Bodin


kjarrett (Kevin Jarrett)

mcleod (Scott McLeod)


missiontolearn (Jeff Cobb)

jodylo (Jody Oliver)

mtechman (Melissa Techman)


teacherken (Kenneth Bernstein)

NMHS_Principal (Eric Sheninger)

dkapuler (David Kapuler)


steelepierce (M.E. Steele-Pierce)


dogtrax (Kevin Hodgson)


ktenkely (Kelly Tenkely)




TeachaKidd (Lee Kolbert)


Check-out all the other great suggestions left in the comments section and add some more!

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