Create a Pinterest account and share with others
According to Alexa.com, Pinterest is the 15th most visited website in Canada. Obviously, you’re bound to find some great educators who use Pinterest, ready to share teaching tips, learning activities, and other discoveries.
Here is a guide to getting started with Pinterest from the website:
Here are a few Pinterest accounts you might want to follow for starters:
|Krissy Venosdale||Edutopia||Angela Watson||Avi Spector||M-A Lalande|
Things to think about:
Pinterest is a great, visual way to collect, organize, and share image-based resources you find on the web. However, there are some limits:
- It is basically a pretty list of resources, you cannot automatically pin resources like PDF files or any other resource that does not have an image.
- Having said that, you can upload your own images to be able to pin websites that do not have images…but this is not done as quickly.
- In order to view anything on Pinterest you must be signed in – so when you share your resources from Pinterest, your students or the other educators you share them with will need to create accounts in order to view them.