Pinterest for Educators

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If you’ve considered using Pinterest for your own professional growth, take time to review’s Edudemic’s post “The Educator’s Guide to Pinterest” by Sarah Muthler.  In her post, Sarah offers tips for getting started and explanations for reasons teachers choose to use this social media tool.  She explains,

Teachers of young students are using the online application to find lesson ideas and stay organized, while middle and high school teachers are getting their students to use the app themselves for planning projects or collecting materials for class discussions. And librarians are running reading programs and creating book lists with that handy little Pinterest button.

Along with these ideas, she give recommendations of Pinterest pages educators should check out.

Read more about The Educator’s Guide to Pinterest from Edudemic

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