I'm still playing around with it, but here is how I used it for my recent Digital Citizenship unit. I was able to organize all of the content I wanted to share with my students in one place - every YouTube video, infographic, word document...even their rubric for their assessment project. I then embedded my Pearltrees collection right to my website. Every time I found something new to share with my students, I added it to the collection. It automatically pushed through to my website, so I didn't have to constantly update it - talk about a time saver!
Imagine having the ability to organize all your materials by units or lessons - you will never have to worry about losing anything again! What makes Pearltrees stand out against other "cloud" tools is that you can add websites, files, photos, and even notes.
And you can share it so many ways!
Until next time...