Beginner’s guide to Pinterest for teachers (the crib sheet)

Following on from yesterday’s popular crib sheet for Twitter, I thought I’d do one for Pinterest too.

I’ve been a big fan of Pinterest in education for a long time now as discussed for example in this post from 2013. There is lots to love about it, both on a personalised professional development front but also as a tool for us to use as teachers. It’s definitely worth checking out.

I hope you find the crib sheet useful.

As with all things on my blog, it is licensed by a Creative Commons license (as shown at the bottom of every page). Please respect that. My Pinterest page can be found here if you’d like to check it out.

As mentioned yesterday, if there’s anything you think that might be missing, needing addition or tweaking, please let me know in the comments. I’m very happy to update it.

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