Use Pinterest According To Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy http://bit.ly/1fop2zo 25 Ways To Use Pinterest In The Classroom According To Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy
Urbita, The Pinterest For Cities http://tcrn.ch/17kcs1u Urbita, The Pinterest For Cities
The site allows its users to create and curate “boards” for difference cities and towns, making it essentially a more travel-focused and feature-rich version of Pinterest for places.
Urbita is perhaps the most similar to the online collection website, combining a Yelp-style collection of reviews with each location found on its site. It’s more useful than Yelp for travel planning, however, since Urbita provides a category based browsing experience that’s better suited for advance planning than is Yelp’s model.
Pinterest and Copyright Violations http://photographylife.com/pinterest-copyright-infringement-made-cool Pinterest and Copyright
Pinterest is turning out to be a great opportunity for small and large businesses to gain exposure and increase sales. Other blog and news sites, such as Mansurovs, are garnering additional traffic as a result of people pinning its articles to various photography boards.
Despite the positive aspects of Pinterest, however, I believe there are some real issues with its business model, specifically related to copyright violations.
Tech Coach HQ : Edu Boards http://pinterest.com/meganaiemma/ Tech Coach HQ : Edu Boards
Specialising in Online, Social Media and Mobile strategies for Corporate, Education, SME and Community organisations.
Teachers Manual on the Use of Pinterest in Education http://bit.ly/12Vsht3 Teachers Manual on the Use of Pinterest in Education
Since its launch in March 2010, Pinterest has become the most popular virtual Pinboard online. It has tremendously grown in popularity that it reached 10 million active users in a very short period of time. Pinterest , just like all the other popular social networking websites, has its own potential in education .
Pinterest Cheat Sheet for Teachers http://bit.ly/12Vsb4y Pinterest Cheat Sheet for Teachers
This visual bookmarking service has a huge potential in education
11 Educational Pinterest Pinners http://bit.ly/PpTqB2 11 Educational Pinterest Pinners
As is the case with other social media tools, Pinterest has brought about some great pluses for educators and teachers.
It becomes a safe haven for several educational boards covering a wide variety of topics from technology to art.
Here are some of the ways you can use Pinterest in education.
Pinterest in Education http://bit.ly/N7o1uR Pinterest in Education
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 )
Learnist : ‘Pinterest for education’ http://learni.st/ Learnist : ‘Pinterest for education’
College students and educators can use Learnist to compile free online material onto one presentable page chock-full of content on a certain topic.
Pinterest Clones Abound in China http://mashable.com/2012/04/24/pinterest-china-clones/ Pinterest Clones Abound in China
It didn’t take long for the Pinterest craze to reach China. Internet users behind the Great Firewall of China have already created Pinterest clones, like the Facebook and Twitter clones that came before, Renren and Sina Weibo.
'What Do You Love' : Search Result for 'Pinterest' http://www.wdyl.com/#Pinterest 'What Do You Love' : Search Result for 'Pinterest' Interesting webpage auto generated
I have a feeling this type of collection could be very useful in teaching and learning ... but I'm not quite sure yet in what way.
How Educators Are Using Pinterest http://to.pbs.org/HYpTrn How Educators Are Using Pinterest for Showcasing, Curation
Aggregating images to share with students is an increasingly common classroom use for the tool.
Teachers Find Creative Ways to Use Pinterest http://bit.ly/HYpmpg Teachers Find Creative Ways to Use Pinterest for Education
One of the best reasons teachers cite for getting on pinterest is the wealth of ideas. Teachers have always shared, borrowed, and begged. The best teachers give each other ideas, lessons, activities, and projects within their own school and district, and regionally at conferences.
The Teacher’s Quick Guide To Pinterest http://edudemic.com/2012/03/the-teachers-quick-guide-to-pinterest/ The Teacher’s Quick Guide To Pinterest
For some, the social network site Pinterest has become a virtual playground allowing users to “pin” inspiring images from around the web.
Pinterest, created in 2009 and launched in March of 2010, has been ranked 10th out of the top visited social networking sites across the world, allowing users to search for pins with a specific theme or subject.
According to Pearson (2011), teachers can easily bookmark or “pin” lesson plans across the web for a later date, organize resources for the classroom, share unique ideas, and allow for collaboration with students, parents, and colleagues.
30 Inspiring Pinterest Pins for Teachers http://bit.ly/HYkih5 30 Inspiring Pinterest Pins for Teachers
Whether you’re a teacher yourself, still a college student, or just want some educational inspiration for a kid in your life, check out these great Pinterest pins. You’ll find some motivational quotes, great craft ideas, and new ways to make your lessons fun and exciting!
The Ultimate List of Pinterest Tips http://bloggingwithamy.com/pinterest-tips/ The Ultimate List of Pinterest Tips "There are a bunch of tips flyin' around about Pinterest. I thought I would try to put as many as I could all down in one place. I'll be updating this post as I find and think of more tips. So, if you want to be alerted to the updates, subscribe."