Delaware Showcase of Excellence in Digital Learning
March 2012 Honorees - Congratulations!
Gina Baumgartner, North Dover Elementary School (Capital)
Getting to Know You with Graph Club
Dottie Burkley, Townsend Elementary School (Appoquinimink)
Electronic Weather Pictures
Stephanie Callahan, Cedar Lane Elementary School (Appoquinimink)
Lynn Fabian, The Independence School (Other Delaware)
Listening Comprehension and Writing Skills using Kidblog (4th Grade)
Kimberly Flanagan, Brandywine High School (Brandywine)
Using Edmodo with Minimal Student Computer Access in the Classroom
Jason Kreidler, Middletown High School (Appoquinimink)
SMART Response Jeopardy
Cynthia Langshaw, Cedar Lane Elementary School (Appoquinimink)
Artifact Trading Cards
Do You Have An Activity Worthy of Being Included in the Showcase?
Submission into the Spotlight on Digital Learning in Delaware Database
The first step to being included in the Delaware Showcase of Excellence in Digital Learning is to submit your activities, lessons, units, and/or projects that relate to digital learning to the Spotlight on Digital Learning in Delaware database.
Delaware Educators: please share your activities, lessons, units, and/or projects that relate to digital learning. Based on your classroom experiences, describe your activity, lesson, unit, or project that best spotlights digital learning. In other words, what do you do to engage your students with technology so they develop the 21st century skills they need to compete in a global environment.
To share your example(s), we are using a Google form with the data from the form going to a Google Docs Spreadsheet (our database). All you need to do is provide some basic information: district/charter, school, teacher name, school e-mail address, grade level, subject, title, and description. Complete the very simple, straightforward form to share your digital learning experience.
You can review the digital learning submissions in the Spotlight on Digital Learning in Delaware Google Docs Spreadsheet. Take a look - see how other educators across the state are addressing digital learning.