I was able to leverage a program I love into years of graduate coursework at Northeastern University and an action research plan and dissertation.Read More Dr. Wrenchey? Done!
To cap off my 2017-2018 school year, I attended ISTE in Chicago and delivered a poster session on a Genius Hour adaptation I did with my 9th grade students taking AP Computer Science Principles. What was remarkable about that event is that I was blessed with two gifts: Microsoft Education program has an application process […]Read More Genius Hour: Reflecting on a successful student-driven solution
I am learning each year how to improve the project and how to adjust the workload for these emerging project managersRead More Arduino+Maker Project Iterations
My first love has always been teaching students to be better humans. We create projects to be inclusive and we actively seek ways to bring more voices to the table; I am passionate when underrepresented people become part of the landscape of STEM jobs. My second love is working with people and making something I […]Read More Collaborating and Building a Better Beast