Ideas for using Pinterest in teaching and learning

03/19/2012 | Edutopia.org

Author and high-school principal Eric Sheninger in this blog post writes about his experience using the digital tool Pinterest to create virtual bulletin boards based on his interests. He suggests several ways in which it could be used in teaching and learning, as a way to curate content, brainstorm, engage students or share notes and resources from conferences. Pinterest also offers an opportunity to teach students about copyright and Creative Commons, he writes.

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