Tricks for finding those PERFECT ideas that will fit YOUR particular classroom and content needs
How to make sure you don't lose that idea that you loved, and how to remember the inspiration it gave you
Tips for really utilizing all of the features and extras that are built-in on Pinterest
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8/21/2015 06:36:42 am
Thanks, Michele! Have an awesome school year!
8/15/2015 10:46:47 am
Great ideas...love the suggestion about board specific. I need to narrow my boards considerably from when I started.
8/21/2015 06:39:26 am
Thanks, Leah! So honored you bookmarked me! Glad you can use the tips :)
8/21/2015 06:38:09 am
Thanks so much! I need to narrow mine even more too!! I realize as I save more and more awesome pins, it gets harder and harder to find them again! :) Have a great start to your school year!
8/16/2015 12:37:42 pm
These are related detailed good instructions for tips a lot of people may not know, and you obviously put a lot of work into making them. Thank you! Great reference.
8/21/2015 06:40:32 am
Thanks so much, Tara! I'm so glad the details can help a few teacher-pinners out! :)
8/17/2015 05:19:35 am
I love these tips and they are perfect for teachers (like my husband!) who are new to Pinterest!
8/21/2015 06:41:41 am
YEAH!! Get those husbands on pinterest! (haha) ...Thanks, Andrea! Hope he is enjoying it.
8/20/2015 08:57:04 am
I love your screen shots showing how to find content that matches your style. I just followed your blog :-)
8/21/2015 06:42:30 am
Thanks so much, Janice!!
8/21/2015 08:32:16 am
Brigid, I love your idea about finding content using the source formula! Brilliant! Thank you so much!
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