Learning Social

Leverage the power of social networking for learning.


Pinterest is a pin-board style website that has become a HUGE hit with teachers that want to get inspiration from others, but are limited on time! Get ideas from classroom organization to anchor charts to lesson plans. The following resources will explain what Pinterest is, how to get started, and who to follow.

What is Pinterest and how do I use it in the classroom? (PowerPoint, Gwen Hilliard, NHS)
Who should I follow and what are some resources? (Livebinder, Janet Corder)
What is your Pinterest handle? (Today's Meet)

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Twitter is having a epic impact on the education profession! Teachers who have been bit by the Twitter bug are using it to share resources, participate in weekly chats, and build their personal learning network.

The Honest to Goodness Beginner's Guide to Twitter for Teachers
Twitter Video for Teachers

Share your Twitter handle here. (Padlet)

Locate a hashtag that interests you and post it here. (Padlet)

Twitter Accessory Links

URL Shortner - Tiny URL

Showing off Tweets- Visible Tweets

Organizing Hashtags with Hoot Suite

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