Janelle

Author's details

Date registered: June 28, 2009
URL: http://stretchingforward.mrswilsonscience.com

Biography

Space geek, science nerd extraordinaire. That's me! Want to know more, visit the About page.

Latest posts

  1. A Goodbye Sendoff — May 24, 2016
  2. Making Leaders #MakerEd — May 17, 2016
  3. Big changes ahead — May 11, 2016
  4. Lanier STEM Maker Fest is almost here! #edBlogaDay — May 14, 2015
  5. Lanier STEM Maker Fest #edBlogaDay — May 11, 2015

Most commented posts

  1. Five Ideas for Effective Blog Posts — 30 comments
  2. Avatars, Profile Pics, and Gravatars! Oh, my! — 26 comments
  3. Hey Readers, are you out there? — 25 comments
  4. Ask the Blog: What’s Stretching Forward all about? — 20 comments
  5. Why you should sign up for the launch #NASAtweetup for #STS133 — 15 comments

Author's posts listings

May 24

A Goodbye Sendoff

Last week, the multimedia students (which include several of my former students), my colleagues, and students completely surprised me with this beautiful video sendoff. I asked one of my former students who does a lot with our video program if he could help me with a video. So, they also conspired to make this, the …

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May 17

Making Leaders #MakerEd

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I love the Maker Movement. It affords kids opportunities to create and do amazing things. We provide them the tools and the space and allow them to be creative, to put their own spin on learning. Last year, we hosted our first Maker Fest. We held it at our school and called it the CDAT …

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May 11

Big changes ahead

I’m not sure how it’s been almost a year since my last post. That’s just embarrassing. It’s been a transitional year, and I suppose that partly explains it. So what’s been happening? My husband is from England. He’s been in the US since 1999, and he’s been incredibly home sick for a few years now. …

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May 14

Lanier STEM Maker Fest is almost here! #edBlogaDay

Our STEM Maker Fest is the day after tomorrow. Today, one of our group of students who has been working on their project for hours and hours during and after school for weeks got everything up and running. They built a robot from the ground up. It’s a tank with a t-shirt canon on it. …

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May 11

Lanier STEM Maker Fest #edBlogaDay

Our STEM Maker Fest is on Saturday. This weekend, one of my students made this video to encourage students from our feeder middle school to attend. It’s a great video. What’s really cool? She didn’t have to make this awesome video. She decided to make it of her own initiative because she really wants the …

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May 09

#ThankATeacher: Mr. Wedel #edBlogaDay

I found this in my high school yearbook from senior year.

I was looking through my high school yearbook from my senior year in high school. As I read through what people had written, I found this note. It’s an interesting note for for a couple of reasons. One, I am now teaching chemistry, and I am finishing my ninth year of teaching. I guess helping …

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May 08

Feeling appreciated #edBlogaDay

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Today was one of those crazy, long, whirlwind days where you barely have time to catch your breath but at the end of it you realize it was a day filled with awesomeness. for instance, I took my engineering classes outside today to launch the soda-bottle rockets we’ve been working on the past week. Some …

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