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Participate - Adam Bellow

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4 to 12
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Pinterest and Learnist are for general public use, but educlipper takes the best of both of those tools and puts them together for educators and their students. The real difference...more
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Pinterest and Learnist are for general public use, but educlipper takes the best of both of those tools and puts them together for educators and their students. The real difference with educlipper for educators is the ability to create classes and have portfolios. Make your clipboards public or private. Post videos, documents, links, or upload files. Get great ideas by browsing existing clipboards with no registration, or save those searches and create subject specific clipboards by registering for free.

tag(s): bookmarks (61), organizational skills (119), portfolios (23), social networking (95)

In the Classroom

The real difference about eduClipper for educators is the ability to create classes. This makes it easy to create small groups for investigations and have the students post for each other their findings and suggestions. Brainstorming with the entire class with eduClipper allows everyone to contribute and view the brainstorm even when they are not in class. For more ideas about using educlipper with and in your classroom, see the How to Connect Students at The Guide to Pinterest for Educators, reviewed here..

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