Could Pinterest be used in your classroom?

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Another great idea to keep learning interesting. It’s just like a pinboard where users can ‘pin’ their interests, hobbies, collections, pictures and more.


In education, the advancements in technology have provided many unique ways of teaching and keeping students interested. What is wonderful about the resources now available to us in schools, is the ability to reach out and capture the interests of our students.

We are constantly searching for new ideas to present educational materials to teachers.

So, add this on your TO DO list today.

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  • Create an educational Pinterest board for students to follow – a new and innovative way for them to research.
  • Create class involvement and discussion
  • Find suitable items and ideas to add to the board
  • Check out our Pinterest board HERE and see how it can be an educational ‘fun’ activity for your class.


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