I love Pinterest. Really. Some evenings I get lost on it for hours. I am the target demographic.
Considering the highly visual nature of teaching and the classroom, it only makes sense that Pinterest is hugely popular among educators as an idea generator and shopping tool. In fact, one of TpT’s highest traffic drivers is—you guessed it, Pinterest!
Recently, Pinterest asked some of our stellar TpT Teacher-Authors to run their new teacher boards. Many of the official contributors are also TpT Teacher-Authors. These boards were released earlier this month and we want to give a shout out to the selected Teacher-Authors. We’re proud of all of our TpT Teacher-Authors and it’s always great to see TpT’ers acknowledged as the cutting-edge experts that you are. We hope you’ll be inspired by what you see and perhaps even find some fantastic new teaching ideas of your own.
TpT Teacher-Authors on Pinterest
1st grade is led by our very own Melissa Alonzo-Dillard. You might know her as Mel D. Melissa’s got the holidays covered, and you thought hand-turkeys were only for Thanksgiving 😉 (Here’s a fab blog post by contributor and TpT Teacher-Author Susan Moran – TGIF and here’s an article about Mel from Today.com.)
Pinterest: Subject Matter Boards
Jen Jones from Jen Jones-Hello Literacy is all about the (wait for it) Literacy boards. Jen is a K-12 Reading Specialist and Reading Teacher Trainer. If her boards don’t inspire literacy, I don’t know what will.
A round of applause for all of our represented TpT Teacher-Authors! We’re impressed and proud and you can bet we’re following these Teacher-Authors’ stores!
Here’s just another way that TpT’ers are changing the education landscape for the better.