I’ve started a Pinterest specifically for items related to teaching and to my specialist subject. The first one I’ve begun to populate is a board for Learning Theories.  Check it out by simply clicking on the Pinterest icon at the top of the blog on the right side. Keep up to date by clicking on the Follow button when you get to the Pinterest board, it will be updated regularly.



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