New in the 2009-2010 School Year
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Patti's Tech Coach wiki
New in the 2008-2009 School Year
Patti's Tech Coach wiki
New in the 2007-2008 School Year
Patti's Tech Coach wiki - Lesson activities and more
Wiki While You Work
Resources from FETC 2008 Orlando
Title 1 Family Fun Night
Title 1 Paraprofessional Conference
Title 1 Parent Workshop at Glen Avenue
Spring Into Photo Story 3 TIC Saturday workshop
MICCA 2008 Oh Mayo! Cinco Easy Steps to Photo Story 3
Library 2.0 Media Assistants Summer 2007
Patti's Tech Coach wiki
Takin' a Cruise on the SS Warrior
Palm Camp 2007
From Crayon to Stylus
Gone Fishin' Come See Our New Tech Bait
All the Latest Freeware for Palms
Eastern Shore Math Consortium resource wiki
Math Partnership Grant
Building Math Activities New in the 2006-2007 School Year
at Delmar, Glen, and East
visited Delmar at last! - our online partner since 1995
How's Your Technology Green Thumb? WCBOE Professional Development Day, April 30, 2007
Family Fun Night at Delmar
Title 1 Paraprofessional Conference February 2, 2007, North Salisbury School Mrs. Spicer's Kindergarten students know the sounds for
R, S and M. They had fun with TurningPoint. Ms. Parks' third grade students showed how much they know about
multiplication using TurningPoint. Mrs. Moore's fourth grade students reviewed
Math Chapter 5 using TurningPoint. Mrs. Barnes' fourth grade students reviewed
Math Chapter 5 using TurningPoint. Ms. Sibanda's fifth grade students wrote to the new friends in
American Samoa on Palm handhelds.
Technology Trick or Treat - Pixie, Graph Club 2, Unitedstreaming, D2L, Palms, eBeam, Interwrite, and TurningPoint - WCBOE Professional Day, October 23, 2006
Using eBeam, Interwrite, Document Camera, and TurningPoint - Pittsville: Professional Day, October 23, 2006 Mrs. Green's fourth grade students enjoyed a TurningPoint activity about
elapsed time. Mrs. Kiviat's third grade students
made a graph about sports using Graph Club 2. Mr. Davis's fifth grade students used Palms to practice Daily Oral Phonics and homophones using
Quizzler Pro. Mrs. Roberts' third grade students used Palms for an
iKWL activity. Mrs. Guy's fifth grade students watched a
Unitedstreaming video in reading class.
Family Fun Night at Delmar Mrs. Robeck and her SU intern watch a
video made during an ESOL lesson. Mrs. Andrews' second grade students practiced math skills using
Palm handhelds. Mrs. Campbell's and Mrs. Throm's first grade students used
Palms in Math class. Mrs. Mason used the
document camera with her first grade math students. Miss Campbell's fourth grade students reviewed
homophones on Palm handhelds.
Fluttering Butterflies by Mrs. Tardiff's kindergarten class Miss Hastings' 5th grade students at Glen Avenue
talked to the online friends in South Africa using Skype Ms. Carey's students at Glen Avenue show how much they know about
Panda bears Ms. Hodgson's students at Glen Avenue have fun with
Monkeybyte Math Elapsed time quiz - in Miss Robinson's
fourth grade at Glen Avenue Mrs. Swain's math classes at Glen Avenue enjoy learning with
technology. Mrs. Smith's third grade students at Delmar
practice math skills with their Palms Third grade students at Glen Avenue enjoyed a TurningPoint activity while
learning about matter. Using Palms at Glen Avenue -
Typing letters to friends in South Africa Fourth grade Glen Avenue students used Palms for an activity on
Main idea and details Learning about the
US Constitution at East Salisbury School East Salisbury's
Alphabet Fun - for Mrs. Hudson's first grade students at Delmar
Organizing a class set of Palms - Mrs. Lewis - Delmar
Delmar's Technology Day - August 25, 2006 Summer 2006
Survivor Technology Island- North Salisbury Elementary School Summer Technology Professional Development
Palm Camp - July 26-28, 2006
eBooks - "Palmapalooza" workshop at NECC 2006 in San Diego, CA July
Palmapalooza at NECC 2006 - Synopsis and pictures - NECC sessions
New in the 2005-2006 School Year
Mrs. Joyce Taylor's students took their
Palms outside to take notes for writing Haikus. Looking ahead...
Kidspiration Make 'n Take - Professional Day: March 27, 2006
Using Palms in Media classes - Mrs. Cuffee teaches African American History
Title 1 Family Reading and Math Night - February 6, 2006 Mrs. Campbell's second grade students have friends in
American Samoa and Ukraine Delmar's
Author in Residence program begins year 7! SSgt. Dennis Bradford is home from Iraq and
visited Delmar! Friends in Japan join Delmar students in a
project about school lunch. Mrs. Weeg's 4th grade computer lab students
made a time line about Rosa Parks on the computer.
Technology in the Reading Classroom - Why Not? Inservice for Title 1 Reading Teachers - October 24, 2005
Math 'n Tech Salad Bar - Math resources for grades 3-5; Kidspiration, Excel and PowerPoint; MCTM Conference, October 21, 2005 Mrs. Weeg's lab students are writing to
SSgt. Timothy Grier in Fallujah, Iraq
Tech Inservice - for grade 4 and 5 reading, language arts, science and social studies teachers Summer - 2005
How to Make eBooks
New in the 2004-2005 School Year
Students in Mrs. Owens' third grade class have adopted SSgt. Dennis Bradford, stationed in Falujah, Iraq.
Mrs. Andrews' second grade students wrote their animal research reports on Palms.
Third grade students have friends in South Africa - (Mrs. Lewis' and Mrs. Weeg's classes)
Delmar students know that Palms are a HANDy way to learn and have fun.
Students in Mrs. Barnes' and Mrs. Kaiser's third grade use Palms to write to their online friends in Peru.
Our students and teachers love to use technology!
Delmar students are making eBooks for Palm handhelds.
Mrs. Andrews' second grade students have online friends in Mexico.
What's happening in Mrs. Weeg's computer lab? Take a look inside...
Delmar's participation in the "Generation Y" program begins year 3.
The "Author in Residence" program begins year 6!
Mrs. Ryall's students - Author in Residence 2004-2005
New in the 2003-2004 School Year
Gen Y students made web pages for Mrs. Owens and Mrs. Rockwell's classes.
Mrs. Weeg attended the MICCA Conference in Baltimore - April 27-28, 2004.
Signs of Spring: from our friends in Japan and at Delmar.
Using Palm handhelds in grades 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. ...taking their learning into their own hands!
Gen Y students are participating in the "Kidlink Day" project. See their journals in KidSpace!
Mrs. Elzey's second grade students have friends in South Africa.
Delmar Gen Y students and Mrs. Goldman's students have online friends in Japan.
Mrs. Spicer's first grade students write to their friends in South Africa and BC, Canada.
Mrs. Andrews' second grade students and Mrs. Weeg's Gen Y students write to their online friends in Taiwan.
Mrs. Minor's Kindergarten students made turkeys in the computer lab during American Education Week.
Generation Y students at Delmar begin year 2!
Author in Residence - Mrs. Blackwell's language arts computer students from Mrs. Marine's homeroom are writing a story with the help of their online mentor and children's author - Lois Szymanski, in Mrs. Weeg's computer lab.
Salisbury Interns using technology in their lessons
Mrs. Weeg's students gather recipes for our International Food Day.
Mrs. Weeg's grade 3 computer students write to friends at Xit'olacw Community School in British Columbia, Canada
Mrs. Weeg's computer students gather and analyze data with friends in Japan. Isamu's graph - comparing our data
- More graphs and pictures
Miss Damush's first grade class participates in a Kidlink project about animal rights: Goosie's Story
New in the 2002-2003 School Year
Mrs. Weeg's computer students participated in "A Kidlink Day" project. Click the down-arrow to see all the journals.
Building Language Bridges Exchanges between Mrs. Weeg's students and students in Japan
Generation Y at Delmar Elementary
Mrs. Lewis' grade 3 students learn about moon phases
Author in Residence - Mrs. Blackwell's language arts computer students are writing a story with the help of their online mentor and children's author - Lois Szymanski.
Salisbury University Interns at Delmar: in the computer lab
Mrs. Patti Weeg gave presentations at an educational conference in Lima, Per˙ - November 22-23, 2002 [ Pictures]
A visitor from Norway - Nini Ebeltoft - visited Delmar.
Mrs. Blackwell's 4th grade students wrote fall cinquains in Kidlink's KidSpace [WordWeavers project]
Mrs. Tardiff's Kindergarten students send Bob Bear to Australia!
Mrs. Breda's fifth graders Crack the Code! - a National Geographic Activity - latitude and longitude.
Mrs. Minor's AM and PM Kindergarten classes tell "All About Me" in Kidlink's "Draw a Story For Me" project.
Mrs. Minor's AM and PM Kindergarten classes received messages from their friends in South Africa.
Mrs. Lewis' 3rd graders made graphs for Kidlink's "Grandmother and Me" project.
5th grade news articles - Kidlink's WordWeavers project
New student work on our Delmar website - www.delmarelementary.org
New in the 2001-2002 School Year
Delmar Year Round students make constellations in PowerPoint
Delmar grade 3 students make graphs for Tomo in Japan.
Kindergarten and first grade Delmar students participate in Draw a Story for Me project.
Delmar students participate in the Kidlink Day project.
Mrs. Minor's AM Kindergarten class joined the "Graph Goodies" project by Susan Silverman.
Miss Damush's second grade class joined the "Graph Goodies" project by Susan Silverman.
Wicomico County teachers sharing resources TOGETHER - organized by Christopher Cuppett
See what's happening in the Computer Lab at Delmar! Pages -
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Title 1 National Conference - January 24-26, 2002 (Tampa, Florida) - Delmar's presentations:
3rd graders use Base Ten Blocks on the WWW
3rd graders use Integer Rods on the WWW. Page 2
Author in Residence - Mrs. Elzey's computer students write a story with the help of their online mentor and children's author - Lois Szymanski.
Mrs. Yurek's and Mrs. Elzey's Compass lab students interviewed Delmar adults for the "Math in Careers" project
Mrs. Owens' Compass lab students solved math story problems written by students in Hannibal, MO.
Mrs. Weeg's lab students wrote to a teacher in Pakistan.
Mrs. Elzey's 3rd grade class compared our Delmar playground to the Japanese playground.
Mrs. Lewis's 3rd grade class made a graph for their friends in Japan showing their allowance.
Mrs. Lewis's 3rd graders responded to students in Belgium after the attacks on September 11, 2001.
New in the 2000-2001 School Year
Making graphs with our friends in Japan
Christopher made a graph for Tomo - How long it takes to get to school on the bus
Dominique make a graph for Tomo - 5th grade classes each cycle
Mrs. Weeg's computer students make a graph with data from friends in South Africa.
Mrs. Campbell's students invite others to share data and make graphs.
Miss Damush's second grade designed patterns
Mrs. White's PM Kindergarten designed patterns and more!
Mrs. West's first graders designed patterns.
Mrs. Minor's Kindergarten classes made quilts! AM class | PM class |
Graphing Galore! - using "Graph Club" software
Mrs. Hall's AM Kindergarten graphed their favorite fruits.
Miss Damush's grade 2 students made graphs in the lab.
Mrs. White's Kindergarten class made graphs in the lab - AM Kindergarten | PM Kindergarten |
Mrs. West's grade 1 students made graphs in the lab.
Mrs. West's first graders write to friends in Botswana about Earth Day
Delmar has visitors from Iceland!
A first for our Icelandic visitors - eating steamed crabs!
Mrs. Campbell's first graders enjoyed our Icelandic visitors
Mrs. Yurek's third graders tell why they enjoyed our Icelandic visitors
Mrs. Weeg's computer students learn more about Iceland in a 1973 National Geographic article about the eruption on the Westman Islands
Ms. Hackett's computer lab students send "Thank you" e-mails in Icelandic to Hilda and Eyglˇ.
Ms. Damush's second graders can type in Icelandic.
Mrs. Spicer's first graders learn how to make Icelandic letters on the computer.
Mrs. Andrews' second graders say "Takk!" to our Icelandic visitors.
Mrs. Mason's first graders made dinosaur pictures for their friends in Botswana.
Mrs. West's first graders and their friends in Botswana wrote about dinosaurs and African frogs.
Kindergarten classes visit the computer lab. | Morning class | AM - Quilt | Afternoon class - Quilt |
Our Grandparents Mrs. Campbell's first grader students participate in Kidlink's What Are My Roots? learning module.
First graders take on a math challenge sent by 6th grade students in South Africa
Meteorologist Bob Burnett-Kurie came to Delmar! - to visit Mrs. Hicks' science class.
Mrs. Campbell's class joins "What Are My Roots?"
Math Puzzles!- Delmar students join students from California, Missouri, Texas, New Jersey, Maryland, Oregon, New York, Greece and Australia in a math project.
Author in Residence: 2000-2001 Mrs. Lois Szymanski mentors Mrs. Smith's grade three students
Author in Residence: Sarah Weeks mentors Mrs. Ryall's reading students
Math Curse Stories by Mrs. Parker's third grade students
Data to Information to Insight - Third graders analyze career data of first graders in Kidlink's "Who Am I?" program.
Mrs. Spicer's first grade students join the "Who Am I?" program
Respect for school and each other Mrs. Campbell's first grade students join "What Are My Rights?"
Delmar students join "Where Do I Live?" - Mrs. Cropper's, Mrs. West's and Mrs. Hansen's students
Jojo's and Crazy Bones Delmar and Cape Town students compare and contrast using math (Mrs. Andrew's computer lab students)
Mrs. West's first grade joins Kidlink's "Who Am I?" program
Mrs. Mason's first grade students join the "Who Am I?" program
Mrs. Cropper's students join Kidlink for the "Who am I?" program
Building Resources - a Delmar Staff initiative
First Grade Joins Kidlink - Mrs. Campbell's class joins the "Who Am I?" program
Write on, Second Grade! - Miss Damush's second grade
Mrs. Hansen's students - exchanges with friends in South Africa and Botswana
New in the 1999-2000 School Year
"Grandmother and Me" a multilingual book about grandmothers:
Delmar students' participation
Danni the Traveling Bear visits Delmar from Brazil
Our friend in China - MengYu
Math Puzzles from Botswana, Iceland and Maryland
Mrs. Visser's students in South Africa - our online friends in Cape Town
Our online friends in Botswana
Online Mentoring - Author in Residence: Lois Szymanski
Online Mentoring - Mrs. Ryall's students work with Sara Weeks
Virtual Alaska - Mrs. Ryall's students
A look inside the lab - classes begin
Mrs. Weeg travels to South Africa - to share the news of our Global Classroom at the "Millennium Minds" Conference in Cape Town
New in the 1998-1999 School Year
Signs of Spring
Miss Liz came to Delmar!
Our Dinosaur Story with friends in Japan and Illinois
Delmar students are selected as April's "Amazing Kids! of the Month" by www.amazing-kids.org
Happy Easter to our friends in Brazil
5th grader, Kate Lilley, wins an art contest sponsored by Campbell's Soup - and 26 computers for our school!!! -
and a live satellite broadcast from the Olsen twins - Mary-Kate and Ashley!
Delmar student art is recognized in France!
Virtual Alaska - Mrs. Hurchalla, Mrs. Ryall and their students learn about Alaska
A KIDLINK Day journals from Delmar students
Building Bridges KIDLINK project - Delmar and Japanese friends
Mrs. Weeg spoke at conferences in Peru and Sweden
Mrs. Weeg wrote three modules in the KIDLINK
"Who Am I?" program
participate in the KIDLINK "Who Am I?" program
Kids@work: Math in the Cyberzone - published in June 1999
New in the 1997-1998 School Year
Authors Mentoring Authors On-Line - a summer writing workshop
for Delmar students taught by Mrs. Carla Hurchalla with published authors as mentors.
Celebrating Our Diversity
Building Language Bridges
Visit Our Playground! - and tell us about yours
- by Megan
If You Give a Crab a Cupcake - a circle story by Delmar 3rd graders
If You Give a Penguin a Popsicle A Children's Author writes to us: If You Give a Mouse a Cookie
An Alphabet Book created with our friends in Japan and South America
We've got friends in Australia - Mrs. Beall's 1st grade
Salisbury State University donates twelve 386's to our lab!
The Best Present "main idea" and "details"
Recess at Delmar
Christmas at Delmar
Christmas pictures from Brasil
Our favorite Icelandic book
Birthday song from Japan!
If you came to the UK
Where would you take me if I came to your city?
The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month
Our Delmar "family" in Bosnia Chip Bozman, former Delmar student
Art Draws us Together
Visitor from Michigan
A KIDLINK Day project
Math Around Us
Our Russian friends visit Delmar - Olya Malykh and family
See more projects in the Globalclassroom