Share ideas that matter on the social web and experience
the benefits of curating the world's best content.
I don't have a Facebook, a Twitter or a LinkedIn account
A quick showreel of some elearning design ideas. (E-learning идеи! http://t.co/Bv4uLoAf #ff #sledui)
we all need new ideas. Here are some for teachers interested in taking learning online.
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Wondering how to use Pinterest in education? Find out with this highly visual and simple look at how to use Pinterest (great for beginners!)
I admit to knowing nothing about Pinterest, but this makes it look interesting and useful.
I'm still trying to think of ways to use Pinterest with my Korean English learners. Any suggestions?
Here's a robust Pinterest board dedicted to Education from Jill Wright.
Lots of link to information on Blended Learning. Solid resources!
Mix, match, mash and motivate..... Students in the centre of their learning
I'm not saying tools are a must but if used properly, social media apps can be great enhancers to your social networking endeavors, especially one that involves images and graphics like Pinterest.
Here's a big list of how to get the ideas and information you want to share into Pinterest in a highly graphic way.
Pinterest is great for the visual learner
I use Pinterest a lot for both work and pleasure. I love how I can organise what I find according to pictures! Try it if you haven't already.
Pinterest is a promising visual bookmarking platform. It is gaining in popularity more and more and of course teachers and educators are part of this success for there are now a burgeoning number of educational boards on Pinterest where you can get free access to tons of web tools and teaching tips.There are also some great educational Pinners that are committed to sharing useful resources with their fellow teachers. In this regard, Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has its own Pinterest Board where we have been pinning everything we publish here or we find in other blogs and websites, make sure to follow us to stay updated about our future pinnings.
Some great ways to use Pinterest.
Today's post is about Pinterest. I am sharing with you some of the best Pinterest boards for the year 2012 . These boards are all about educational technology and I have included just 7 but I know there are several other great boards out there and I hope I will be able to cover all of them in a post in the future.
Pinterest is very high on the interest lists of so many teachers. Thought I'd share this one with you all!
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There are a lot of great technology tools out there for teachers that can make it easier to connect with other educators, get ideas for classroom activities, and find inspiration.
One of the newest and best of these online tools is Pinterest, which has quickly become a favorite among educators. Using online “pinboards” teachers can save everything from photos to blog posts in one easily accessible and usable place.
Pins to the support pages for my presentations!
Here's one of Kathy''s Pinterest boards!
UW-Stout Pinterest Board: Links to E-learning Certificate Program, and all classes in the program. Includes link to Adjunct Instructor Pool.
This video describes 10 creative ways for using Pinterest in your online teaching and training.
Online sharing service Shareaholic just released new data showing that Pinterest is now beating out Twitter, StumbleUpon, Bing, and Google in referral traffic (not Google organic, of course).
If you are looking for even more visual data in your streams and if you are looking for more connections on Pinterest, here are 15 more boards to consider.
Pinners behind the photos just became a whole lot more important on Pinterest. #PinChat
Here's a Pinterest board of graphic resume examples worth following.
Excerpted from this long and useful article by ProBlogger about Pinterest:"I believe that blogs in any niche, not just DIY crafty blogs, are missing out on huge amounts of traffic and exposure if they are ignoring Pinterest. If you want to see your blog grow in leaps and bounds in 2013, you’ve got to pay attention to Pinterest.I want to make sure that you fully understand the power of Pinterest, I’m going to start with the very basics before digging into the good stuff that will get you the blog success you’re looking for.At least read through the basics and info about using Pinterest accounts so that you have a better understanding of what’s going on and how to apply that to your blog.Here’s what I’m going to cover:- What is Pinterest?- Why care about Pinterest?- Basics of using Pinterest.- Strategies for using your Pinterest account.- Get your pins maximum exposure.- Get more traffic to your blog using Pinterest.- Pinterest tools for bloggers."Each section is analyzed with many details. Read full interesting article here:http://www.problogger.net/archives/2013/03/05/heavyweight-help-the-complete-guide-to-getting-started-on-pinterest/
Pinterest is a Social Media powerhouse. It takes a bit of work to keep up with PinEtiquette but it is well worth it. We are up to 5 repins and 5-10 Likes or Board follows a day and growing. There is Powere in those Pins!!
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This give a good breakdown of what Pinterest is and how to use it.
Mashable is using Pinterest, an online pinboard to collect and share what inspires you.
Mashable's 37 social media pinboards are richly populated with intersting links. They have well over a million followers on Pinterest!
Great ideas for teaching and helping students be more.
Vicki Davis has a rich pinboard to explore!
A great visual to help you design content for your adult learners.
Ideas for using Apps in class.
Pinterest remains a simple to use curation platform that teachers can readily adapt to the classroom. Why not?
Using Pinterest as an educator? Here are some great board ideas!
A quick and easy to read overview of Pinterest for teachers.
With over 10 million users, Pinterest has rocketed to pop-culture fame since its launch in beta in March 2010. This rapid growth makes it the fastest growing social media site of the past year. Educators have caught on to Pinterest in a big way. From kindergarten to college, teachers, professors and students are using Pinterest creatively to organize and share ideas from all around the Web and even in their own classrooms and campuses.
Pinterest is quickly establishing itself as a great social media resource for colleges, and many are finding great things with their Pinterest pages. Plenty are sharing school highlights, fun game day ideas, and cool photos from campus, and we’re really impressed. Check out our list of the 10 most impressive college Pinterest pages to get inspired and see what’s possible for higher education on Pinterest.
While it would be nearly impossible to highlight every edtech Pinterest board out there, we've shared some of the boards we think stand out.
This is a neat little trick that my son taught me. I'm sure some of you probably already know about this, but in case you didn't I think you will find it to be super handy, particularly if you are a Pinterest user! More than a few times, I've clicked on a Pinterest Pin, in order to find the instructions to an awesome Craft Tutorial, only to find that the Pin went somewhere other than the original source. If that happens to you, this is how you can find it.
Practical tips and tutorials about using web2.0 tools and mobile apps in education .The best free web, adnroid, smartphone,iPhone, and samsung applications to help you better enhance your mobile learning.
Hello from South Africa! Today's "Hot Topics Wednesdays" episode is devoted to Pinterest. We have already talked about this social network (see below) that allows you to visually organize anything by pinning images on various boards.
Teachers are known for their organizational skills, so chances are they’ll love Pinterest‘s intuitive and logical design.
The social network’s user experience has helped it earn a top spot among today’s most popular social networks. Therefore, we predict that teachers will give it a gold star, too.
Our friends at OnlineUniversities.com have put together the following infographic, which details how teachers can use Pinterest to organize lesson plans, distribute curricula, collaborate with other faculty, and even encourage student participation.