6 Methods Teachers Can Use to Stay Organized on Pinterest
How to Organize Your Pinterest Boards
1. Give your boards specific names and subtopics
- Several general boards for every subject area like language arts, math, history and science. You might also have boards for areas like STEAM and the Maker Movement, and one board dedicated to common learning disabilities you think you’ll encounter this year.
- Sub-boards for every general board. For language arts, you might have a board where you can pin worksheets, activities and photos for each unit you’ll be teaching. You might also have one for reluctant readers, one for holiday-themed activities that incorporate language arts skills, and so on.
- Keep the general name. When you name your sub-board, it’s a good idea to keep the general board in the naming so that you remember where this sub-board falls. “Language Arts — Unit 1” is a good example.