Check out her collections here. Boards are kind of like folders and Pins are like bookmarks, but they can be organized in whichever way you would like. You can Pin sites, infographics, and more. Even if you are not into recipes, DIY projects, wedding pictures, and the other stereotypes of Pinterest users, there is still some amazing content out there. I have selected a few accounts I follow about both psychology, technology, and education.
Pinterest on Apple Products: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pinterest/id429047995?mt=8
For Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pinterest&hl=en
- Psychology Quotes: http://www.pinterest.com/psychology/psychology-quotes/
- 21st Century Education: http://www.pinterest.com/educatorstech/21st-century-education/
- Free Technology for Educators: http://www.pinterest.com/educatorstech/free-technology-for-educators/
- Educational Infographics: http://www.pinterest.com/educatorstech/educational-infographics/
- My entire list of boards I follow: http://www.pinterest.com/psydways/following/
- A Psychology Search in Pinterest yields hundreds of boards: http://www.pinterest.com/search/pins/?rs=ac&len=2&q=psychology&term_meta%5B%5D=psychology%7Cautocomplete%7C0
- Psychology Hacks
Here is a screenshot of a tiny bit of what you can find on just her page--she has at least eight times this number of boards:
If you are anything like me, you could easily get lost for hours on this site. Enjoy. There are so many class-worthy ideas on this site.
posted by Chuck Schallhorn