As a Pinterest user, I follow people because they share great stuff, but deep down inside I know that they also on occasion share things that I don't particularly want the world to see. We've all been there before. That moment where your Pinterest account's "funny" board suddenly becomes not so funny as you accidently share it with a colleague, student, or parent. Why hasn't somebody created a kid-safe, classroom safe version of this fantastic tool? A tool with all of the great functionality but none of the nonsense and spam. One that I can pull up on my whiteboard, iPad, or even send students to link to?
Well now they have! Fellow teacher Adam Bellow of EduTecher.net is putting the finishing touches on eduClipper, a resource for clipping, marking, saving, and sharing great ideas in a school friendly and kid safe forum. Users can share clipboards to users and non users alike. The motto of eduClipper is "Clip Anything, Share Anything" and it suits the product perfectly.
You can read the rest of my article at Kleinspiration here.
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