Monday, April 6, 2015

How Pinterest Is Revolutionizing Your Child’s Classroom!

Over half a million education pins are posted every day. And through them, teachers are finding ideas, community, and newfound wealth. This article also talks about TpT and several TpT sellers!
“Teachers are looking to be more efficient, but also want their creative force to shape the things they use,” said Speicher. “So when teachers navigate resources, they tend to take them and modify them. They figure out how to make it on their own, with what they understand about their kids. I think that ethic — of inspiration and input, but also what’s configurable to you — is the right intervention for teachers.”

Great article to read!


  1. Hello Christine! Happy belated Easter! I agree with you about Pinterest. I just started pinning recently, although I've been a TPT seller for a while. Thank you for the link to the article. If you have a second, stop by and visit my blog. :)

    Sharon Dudley, NBCT
    Teaching with Sight

    1. Happy After Easter to you too! I was already following your blog as markandchris because you have a good one!

      You are very welcome. Pinterest is getting harder to use as a promotion tool, but it is still our best option right now.

  2. I loved Pinterest when I was a teaching, but would get too overwhelmed sometimes, of course. Loved TPT! Thanks for linking up with us at MeetUp Monday! Hope to see you again this week!

    1. Both TpT and Pinterest have had such a positive effect. They are truly the "goto" places when needing an activity or idea. I appreciate the invite and I'll be back!


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