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Five follow-worthy ed-tech Pinterest boards

Administrators, educators will find ed-tech resources for engaging instruction, professional development

Five follow-worthy ed-tech Pinterest boards

Shelly Terrell‘s 46 boards focus on a variety of resources, including digital storytelling, presentation tools, word cloud tools, online games, graphic organizers, and collaboration tools.

Eric Sheninger‘s Twitter Resources board includes tips for administrators and teachers alike, including using Twitter for professional development, how to help teachers overcome Twitter fears, and more. Sheninger’s other boards focus on personal learning networks, Web 2.0, and iPad apps for administrators.

Kristin Brynteson‘s ed-tech board includes pins on iPad apps, interactive learning sites, flipped learning, and collaborative and engaging educational resources.

All Things Technology, from Mary Lirette, features writing websites, free online books, and professional development videos in its more than 800 pins. Lirette’s main Pinterest board is chock full of educational resources and has more than 4,200 pins.

Erin Klein‘s EduTech Resources board offers users a multitude of ed-tech tips and tools, including a list of educational and ed-tech websites, ISTE sessions, instructions on how to integrate various apps with one another, resources on digital citizenship, and more.


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  2. laurieflood

    August 20, 2013 at 11:49 pm

    That got me inspired. I just put up an ESL/EFL resource board with some resources for all levels of proficiency. I will add more. Thanks for the inspiration!

  3. laurieflood

    August 20, 2013 at 11:54 pm

    Sorry, here is the link:

  4. poakley3

    August 23, 2013 at 5:50 pm

    Check out the Kentucky Academy of Technology Education’s boards at

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