Pinterest and education go hand in hand. If you haven’t started using the popular social bookmarking site, you may want to give it a try during your break this week. What better time to discover new and exciting resources from teachers, admins, and students around the world?
We try to keep a regular flow of Pinterest boards on Edudemic. As you can see from the article linked above, there’s no shortage of interesting boards you can follow, repin, and learn from. Due to the popularity of the last post on Pinterest, I thought it might be worthwhile to organize the submitted education technology Pinterest boards so you can see them.
Below is a list of all the education technology boards submitted to Edudemic over the past few months. We’ve done our best to go through them and make sure they’re relevant and useful. There are thousands of useful education technology Pinterest boards out there and we’ve only just scratched the surface. Hope you find some of these boards useful!
Want to add your Pinterest board to the list? We’ll do another roundup in a few months so get your board recognized now by sharing a link to it down in the comments of this post. Thanks! -Jeff
Don’t forget to check out the Edudemic Pinterest boards where you can keep track of all the stuff we’re up to.
The 20+ Education Technology Pinterest Boards
I thought it might be fun to take a screenshot of what some of the boards look like at the time of this writing. Since many of the boards are similar in content and scope, I didn’t want to repeat myself repeat myself (ha ha?). Enjoy!
(Click the title or image to view that particular Pinterest board)
Maintained by the Office of Innovation & Technology. They engage in research, design, implementation, and evaluation of all resources relevant to academic innovation and technology and ensures such resources are positioned and optimized to best support and enhance academic activities and business functions of all members of the SUSE community.
The NWESD provides administrative and educational support services to 35 public school districts in the region.
Our Pinterest, LEARN (Local Education and Resource Networks) at http://pinterest.com/palearn/ features boards for engaging families and communities in early childhood education, a board which focuses on transitioning into kindergarten, and one to support early learning professionals. Of course, we have the board Just for the (Educational) fun of it, which is well, full of fun (but educational!) stuff!
Join the Fiske class for our first year with 1:1 iPads in middle school. Check out tfiskeblog.blogspot.com for more info.
Self-confessed word nerd, grammar geek, avid typo spotter & language lover. Visit www.everywordcounts.co.uk or join me at www.facebook.com/TheRightWords. My boards are all about words: grammar tips, puns, funny typos, brain teasers, unusual bookshelves, nerdy quirks, alphabets, book clubs… and lots more!
Lucian is father, teacher and social media curator http://bit.ly/LucianEDTechCurator who want to implement Curation Restart Education Project http://krunchd.com/CredProject Follow @LucianeCurator – Lucian pins #curation #socialmedia #elearning #mlearning and more #education
Stella Maris Martino
Teacher of English as a Foreign Language in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Zane provides online visual learning using subtitled education video, quizzes, study tools & lesson plans for 11 curriculum subjects for teachers, homeschool, students, kids with Special Needs & ESL.
Education & Ed Tech
All things related to teaching, schools, and technology in the schools. My Education and Ed Tech board is @ http://pinterest.com/brbpins/education-ed-tech/ Stop by and grab some pins!
Education 21st… AR & Mobile Learning… but more than that!
Learn, Teach, Share and Grow http://pinterest.com/ricardgarcia5/education-21st-ar-mobile-learning-but-more-than-th/
My pinterest account is all about Design and Technology from 3D printing to lamp design. It has just loads and loads of pins. I love it. Product Design teacher for GCSE and A Level and Curriculum Leader for Design Technology.
What do yours say about your practice? http://pinterest.com/janebozarth/learning-teaching-metaphors/ What do these metaphors tell us about our beliefs on learning, teaching, learners, teachers, and the state of training and development today?