Teachers use Pinterest to make lessons interactive

04/24/2012 | ZDNet

Teachers worldwide are beginning to use the social-networking website Pinterest to make lessons more interactive. Possible uses for the site, in which users "pin" images to a virtual bulletin board, include planning lessons, sharing ideas and using as a tool for project-based learning. Before beginning a project, students can organize pins on the board by topic, helping to organize Web sources and information.

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