Be Inspired by Pinterest


Increasingly, learning is happening online, so it’s no surprise that bulletin boards have also moved online. Enter Pinterest. Teachers can now use Pinterest to stay organised, plan lessons, find resources, plan projects and find interesting activities that other teachers across the world are using – talk about collaborative planning. If you haven't already joined Pinterest then you really should! 

With hundreds of accounts to follow and endless classroom boards, it can be overwhelming to know who to follow. With this in mind, Kent-Teach have compiled a list of our favourite educational Pinterest-ers to get you started:

Kent-Teach

Where better to start than the Kent-Teach account itself. From motivational quotes, to classroom management, top tips from our blog and hundreds of images of Kent’s beautiful hotspots, you'll be lost in our interactive resources hub for hours!

TED Talks

Inspire, nurture and innovate the mind through TED Talks. If you want to spread new creative ideas (educational or not) within the classroom then Ted Talks is the place to find them.

National Geographic

Find thousands of beautiful photos to illustrate lessons or simply find something to brighten a classroom display.

Matt Britland

Director of ICT at The Lady Eleanor Holles School, Matt’s pins have a technology focus and get us excited about all this #edTech

Scholastic

Although an American account, there are plenty of transferable and stimulating classroom ideas on their boards that stem from children’s books.

UKEdchat

A forum for educators with an interest in UK Education matters, pedagogy, professional development and a love of teaching.

The Cunning Teacher

Are you a humanities teacher who needs some additional lesson ideas? The Cunning Teacher is the one stop place to go for Humanities Teachers. 

Clutter Free Classroom

We all dream of a clutter free life, and now there's finally a way to achieve it in the classroom! Specifically good for classroom management strategies and organisational tips.

Remember to follow Kent-Teach and let us know in the comments below who else to follow on Pinterest!


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