Diigo Links (weekly) Posted on June 23, 2013 by Dana Huff Questioning Toolkit @cybraryman1 @kevinhoneycutt I also use the Questioning Toolkit site http://t.co/P471itojjb #hacked13 tags: hacked13 Cybraryman Internet Catalogue My Questioning Techniques page http://t.co/L5YO8HysEj for our #hacked13 session. “Teach kids how to learn” @kevinhoneycutt tags: hacked13 iPads in Education / Tony Vincent has created a Fantastic resource to showcase FREE apps and how they can allow students to “show what they know.” Tony Vincent has created a Fantastic resource to showcase FREE apps and how they can allow students http://t.co/qBhxvIzkdJ tags: apps Cybraryman Internet Catalogue My AUP (Acceptable Use Policy) Fair Use Policy, Responsible Use Policies page: http://t.co/2w6vakYXEh #edchat tags: edchat Teachers Manual on The Use of Google Docs in Education … | Cool Tech Teachers Manual on The Use of Google Docs in Education (this is the best tool ever for the classroom http://t.co/FXnyJ1HWuT Upgrading Traditional Reports to eBooks- Guest Post by Karin Hallett | Langwitches Blog A great model for using iPads to create meaningful projects. tags: reports ipad langwitches ebooks Thoughts on iPad Fluency and Workflows | Langwitches Blog Good ideas for workflow instructions. tags: ipad langwitches workflow The 2 most powerful flipped classroom tips I have learned so far – Turn to Your Neighbor: The Official Peer Instruction Blog Great insights for teachers thinking of flipping the classroom or actively flipping the classroom. tags: flipped classroom flippedclassroom flipped classroom Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.