- Paula Rogers, a North Dakota reading and math teacher, uses Pinterest to network with other teachers and share Common Core resources.
- Sheryl Fragomeni, a teacher in Michigan's Troy School District, worked with other educators to get a Pinterest ban repealed.
- The network has turned into a national nexus of poster and document swapping.
From the article:
With more states ramping up their preparations on Common Core State Standards, educators are looking for ways to get a handle on the new standards. The social network Pinterest is becoming a surprisingly valuable tool as they share Common Core resources with one another.
In North Dakota, educators received a basic introduction to the Common Core this spring. In the fall, a consortium of local schools plans to hold in-service training for grade-level teams so they can work on the Common Core. ...