No sooner do we finish working a certain guide then the idea for a new one pops up. After published the free Teachers guides on the use of Facebook, social networking, graphic organizers, blogs, QR Codes, and Evernote ( There are many many more guides that I can not mention all of them here but will soon include them in a free ebook ) the turn has come to Pinterest.
1 -What is Pinterest
2- How does Pinteres work ?
3- Pinterest Tips
4- Some suggestions on teachers can use Pinterest
5- Pinterest for professional development
6- Some prominent educational Pinner to follow
7 Pinterest tutorials
8- Webliography ( links for further reading )
- Make sure you add the " Pin It" bookmarklet to your browser tool bar. Just go to goodies page and drag and drop. There is also a smart extension for Chrome users called Pinterest Right Click which allows users to easily pin any web content by just right clicking on it.
- When you create a board say for instance about educational web tools then make sure you write a good description of that board so others could easily recognize what it is about.
- When you pin web content make sure you add your own brief summary of what that content is all about.
- Make sure to read Pinterest guidelines and abide by them
- Always pin from individual posts and not from homepages
- You can tag people in your pins using the sign "@" this will let others know you are quoting or talking about them
- Make your board titles clear and specific and organize your pinned content in a neat way so that others might want to follow you
- Pinterest is a great content curation tool for teachers. The ability to pin together images, links, and videos into visually appealing boards makes information sharing way exciting. Teachers can create resource boards for themselves or their students and start sharing with each other.
- Teachers can use Pinterest as a brainstorming tool where students can contribute in the pinning together of ideas and resources to create one huge visual
- Teachers can have students set up their own boards based on certain classroom projects or assignments
- Pinterest can also be used to locate images and videos to include in your lesson.
- Make group work visual by inviting students to collaborate and share images for presentations or links to papers, resources, and research
- Teachers can also encourage students photo journal on Pinterest
- Pinterest provides loods of printable games, and lesson plans for teachers to use in their classroom
- Teachers can use Pinterest to find new books to recommend to their students.
- Check out Awesome Ways Educators Use Pinterest for more ideas.
- Use the DIY and Crafts category on Pinterest to find inspiration and new project ideas for your teaching
- Create collaborative boards with other teachers and work together on projects or build better lesson plans
- Connect with other educators and share ideas and links with them
- Use the " like" and commenting system to interact with what your fellow educators pin and to also get engaged in meaningful conversations and talks
- Pin you favourite classroom projects or lesson plans and let others provide their suggestions for improvement. This can also generate a healthy and educational discussion
- Look for books that other educators recommend and try to read some
- There are many pin boards about the use of technology in the classroom, find and follow some of them
- Promote your own classroom blog and show others your teaching skills and your students creativity.
- Pinterest has loads of educational and teachers blogs that you can search for and read
- Stay on top of the latest education trends by checking the recent pins on Pinterest
- Search for tutorials on Pinterest to learn how to take on a project or tackle a new technology or anything else.
2- How to save Time Using Pinterest
3- How to Pin a Quote and Text to Pinterest
4- Everything you Need to Know about Pinterest
37 Ways Teachers Should Use Pinterest
4 Ways to Use Pinterest in Education
The Ultimate List of Pinterest Tips
20 Ways Librarians are Using Pinterest right Now
The Best Guides to Figuring out Pinterest
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Pinterest for Educators