Gabrielle Goeller

I am a student at Wright State University studying to becoming an Early Childhood Education Teacher. My plan is to graduate in December of 2017. I am currently a nanny and would love to continue working for children and their families on a more private level and at young ages. A nanny service or private daycare is where I see myself working in the future. I love being around students and teaching them about anything they are willing to learn.

Recent Posts by Gabrielle

Wed Sep 21, 2016 11:31 PM in Fun Science!
I am a pre-service teacher as well as a nanny to two young boys! My favorite thing to do with them is go on nature walks. If you are lucky enough to be in a school that has a garden or land lab near you, just taking students on a walk with paper and crayons does amazing things, especially for their observation skills! They are able to come up with questions about the world around them and make obs...

Wed Sep 21, 2016 11:27 PM in Science Notebooks
I love doing interactive notebooks! Not only do you have the ability to keep student work in each subject all in one place, you also can easily connect writing to all the subjects! The nicest thing about interactive notebooks to me is the ability to differentiate instruction. Students can put in what they are learning about and what they find interesting on observations. One thing I have seen rega...

Wed Sep 21, 2016 11:22 PM in Kindergarten activities
When working with kindergartners one semester at an all girls school we did an experiment to talk about why it rains. It was done on a very basic level but the girls loved it! We read a few books about rain and precipitation. The main idea was that the clouds were made up of tiny drops of water and when they became too heavy or too full, the tiny drops formed together and fell as rain to the Earth...

Recent Reviews by Gabrielle

Mon Nov 14, 2016 8:02 PM
5 Great Review
This SciPack was a great review on plate tectonics. I have studied plate tectonics recently (within the past year) but still have trouble with the different fault lines and what they create. The graphics and interactive activities that are used throughout the resource are extremely helpful in figuring out the main differences.

Wed Oct 12, 2016 9:05 PM
3 Good resources, bad links
This resource is short, sweet, and to the point. It looks at six different websites that offer information about and interactive ways to explore soil. I could only get three of the sites to work however, but they are good resources to have.

Thu Sep 22, 2016 4:40 PM
4 Good Review
This Sci Pack was very useful to simply review the elements in science. I have always been confused by the periodic table organization so the sections focused on that really helped me understand why they were organized that way. I also liked all the interactive aspects of conducting experiments either in person or online through a program.