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As a former teacher, I think the potential this kind of platform has for learning lies within its application to project-based learning.
By being able to organise web sources, folders and files via themed boards, collaboration among students can become easier and more interactive. Not only this, but finding the source of such items is as easy as clicking on the pin -- which can save time for the teacher if they wish to double-check an entry.
When boards are categorised, teachers and students can create them based on unit, subject, or project theme.
If you do use the platform for projects, remind your students about online etiquette -- copy and pasting an entire work or article is a demonstration of poor manners, or could result in accusations of copyright infringement.