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Thursday, May 2, 2013

Pinteresting Boards for G/T & HOTS



Collaborative Pinterest boards for Gifted & Talented,  Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS), enrichment, and differentiated instruction!

If you follow my blog, you know that these topics are near and dear to my heart.  You also know that I have been posting lists of collaborative boards on specific topics; kindergarten and 1st grade, to date.  But when I tried to compile a list of Pinterest boards for G/T, HOTS, enrichment, and differentiation, I did not get very far.  Here's what I have been able to find:






So, I'm asking for your help.  If you know of any collaborative boards for G/T, enrichment, HOTS, and/or differentiation, will you please post the link in a comment?  Then I can expand this list to make it more comprehensive.   


Thanks!



6 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing. I just started a Google+ Community for El Ed Teachers... Elementary School Teachers Community Hopefully it will grow and you can share things there. Thanks!
    Kids Math Teacher

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  2. Hi~I don't ave any suggestions for you but I found you via the fifth grade teacher linky and wanted to say hi!
    Brandee @ Creating Lifelong Learners

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  3. Here's my G +T Pinterest board- 480+ followers at last count
    http://pinterest.com/tirp9999/gifted-and-talented-teaching-ideas-k-8/
    and my blog is presentlygifted.org
    I retired after 37 years- mostly in Gifted and Talented grades K-8 and am planning on presenting workshops and training in the field for an encore career!
    Thanks for sharing!
    Tammi

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    1. Thanks Tammi. I've added your board to the list. Good luck with the encore career! Thanks for stopping by; come back soon.

      Barb

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  4. Hi Barb~ I just sent an invitation to you for the Gifted: Ideas & Resources board (http://www.pinterest.com/PamelaKranz/gifted-ideas-and-resources/) It's geared more toward ideas and non-paid resources than products, but feel free to pin your store. Loved the picture for this post! :)
    Pam
    Desktop Learning Adventures

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    1. Thanks, Pam. I'm always happy to see a new board for G/T. It's my privilege to join. I love this picture, too. It always makes me grin.

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