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Pinterest for Teachers

TEC-988
3 Credits
Online
4.69/5.00
Imagine the ability to collect ideas, lesson plans, activity resources, educational links, and news on a simple web-based platform. Curate these resources easily in boards that you create and title according to a filing system that fits exactly the way you organize. Welcome to Pinterest for Teachers, a course that is designed to give you the freedom to search for exactly what you want to learn. Connect with others who teach the same grades or subjects and curate at a pace that fits your individualized needs.

Pinterest for Teachers thoughtfully introduces Pinterest as an effective technology tool that enhances student learning. This course will apply the National Educational Technology Standards (NETS), the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS), and the Common Core State Standards within the individual lesson plans and projects assigned for course completion.

NOTE: Required materials must be purchased separately.

After completing this course, you will possess a refined set of tools, including your self-created Pinterest graphic to post, selected information from Dr. Betty Garner's research, and Pinterest applications for your lesson plans that can help struggling students. Most importantly, you will recognize and appreciate your own ability to select, curate, and organize pins that are important to you and your professional development. Join like-minded educators and be ready to use your Pinterest account to grab a valuable lesson plan at a moment's notice.

NOTE: Required textbook must be acquired separately.

This course is applicable towards the Classroom Technology Integration Certificate.

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Janet Adams

Instructor
My journey in education has been so much fun. I studied nutrition and dietetics with an emphasis in chemistry graduating with honors and soon enjoyed sharing my knowledge through consulting. The bug for teaching quickly grew and I acquired a multi-subject teaching credential while working in a small K-8 elementary school assembling the first computer lab. Passionate about my new venture, I moved to a larger district and taught 3rd and 4th grades excited about bringing in new field trips to Yosemite, the state capital and wrangling in a few horses to showcase cowboy times. Now an online instructor, I take the time to read all about my students’ ideas in their classrooms and love to locate additional resources for them. I am so grateful for an amazing group of online colleagues and educators that share and learn from each other.