Diigo Links (weekly) Posted on July 17, 2011 by Dana Huff Sunday Sweets: Butterbeer Cupcakes » amyBITES Today’s project? Butterbeer cupcakes in honor Harry Potter! Using this recipe: http://t.co/TRpHYaj All sizes | QR Code Periodic Table with Symbols | Flickr – Photo Sharing! “@TechSmithEDU: Cool! Periodic table of elements as QR codes. Scan a code to see a video about that element. http://t.co/SvjGpbl #edtech” Free Technology for Teachers: Google Maps for Educators – A How-to Guide New Post: Google Maps for Educators – A How-to Guide: http://t.co/mTJ1mbm All Principals Should Be Tech Savvy | Powerful Learning Practice RT @NMHS_Principal: Awesome post by @l_hilt “All Principals Should be Tech Savvy” http://bit.ly/oty9Ym #cpchat #edchat tags: cpchat edchat The Newspaper Clipping Image Generator – Create your own fun newspaper Generate newspaper clippings with your own headlines and stories. Would be great for school projects and blogs. tags: newspaper web2.0 tools web 2.0 webapp Rafe Esquith and The Hobart Shakespeareans Official Website Rafe Esquith’s elementary school students embody best practices for Shakespeare. tags: education shakespeare teaching literature Writer Unboxed » When a Character Won’t Cooperate Karen Essex, author of Dracula in Love, describes what she did when her version of Mina Harker refused to cooperate with her plans and how she resolved this problem in her writing. tags: writing fiction character Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.