Chemistry – Your LAST Web Post Comment!!

Can you believe it?!? This is your LAST web post comment!! This is where you put it and here are the three things I want you to talk about:

1) How did chemistry grow you? What did you learn about yourself?
2) What advice do you have for future chemistry students?
3) What could we have done different this year that would have helped you learn chemistry better?

Can’t wait to hear from you!! 🙂

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    1) Chemistry has been very frustrating at times, I have had to try my best to learn in different ways. I have grown quite a bit I have learned to be patient and also have learned that even if I am not perfect or as good as I want to be my best is all I can give and to be proud of whatever I can do.
    2) If there was one piece of advice I could give it would be this; do your very absolute best, and do your honest best, but if at the end of the day you gave it all you had and still didn’t hit the “mark” it is alright sometimes life is gonna come at you but as long as you don’t give up and always try your best you will be fine.
    3) I am not super great about changing a class or seeing what could have been done better, it is what it is. Just make sure to try hard and maybe a miracle or two will happen (;

  2. 1. Chemistry grew me because it taught me how to not procrastinate, and it taught me more about technology with all the things we turned in online throughout the year. I also learned that if I can just get started on something, I can finish it.
    2. My advice for a future chemistry student would be to get started on the project as soon as possible, and don’t wait until the last minute to do lab reports. Also, don’t check out before chemistry on lab days.
    3. I don’t really have any ideas for what we could’ve done different to help me learn better. Maybe if we had had more days where we wrote our answers on white boards and then held them up to see if they were right.

  3. 1. Chemistry grew me because it made me organize myself and plan for the future. Chemistry has helped me in many ways, but the way it has impacted me the most is by thinking things through.
    2. The advice I would give to future chemistry students is that at times you will be frustrated and confused when this happens, just take a step back and breathe, everything will be alright.
    3. I don’t really know what I could have done differently. Maybe if studied correctly I could have made the grades I wanted

  4. 1. Chemistry helped me grow by challenging my study methods. I learned that it doesn’t matter what my grade is as long as I do my best/
    2. the advice I would give other students is: It doesn’t matter what your letter grade is as long as its your best and do ALL OF THE BONUS MATERIAL it doesn’t matter if you “don’t need it” do it any way and MAKE ABSOLUTELY SURE that your web posts post.
    3. Look over the notes that I took every day so I won’t feel overwhelmed when I have to study for the test.

  5. 1. It helped me become more confident in myself and helped me know I can do anything.
    2. Listen to everything and read all directions and don’t wait till last minute on things.
    3. More one on one maybe

  6. 1. Chemistry really pushed my learning abilities. Sometimes I just wanted to tell myself I’d never understand and move on but with chemistry you really have to know every concept. I learned that if I just study super hard I can make a grade that I’m happy with.
    2. Make sure you learn the simple concepts before you move on to the more complicated things. Always give yourself plenty of time to study
    3. The help sessions really helped me. Maybe spend more time on the more complicated concepts and show students how to use their calculator correctly. Also the fun videos helped me learn more so maybe try to find more fun videos.

  7. 1. I’ve grown to appreciate chemistry more than just some subject that I’m forced to learn in school, but instead as a usable subject for life. I learned that I could really get things done if I stayed focused on one subject.
    2. For future chemistry students, I’d state the obvious and say don’t procrastinate, do all your homework, go to help sessions, etc. Also to not be afraid to ask questions, especially the ones that might sound trivial. An important thing to keep in mind is to not overestimate what you think you know before a test/quiz, just because you think you understand everything, doesn’t mean you’ll do the best on the test/quiz. There will be parts that will trip you up and make you panic so students should find an effective studying method to really prepare for the tests.
    3. I think more days with the white boards would have helped a little.

  8. 1. Chemistry taught me not to procrastinate and to follow instructions. It taught me to do things the correct way the first time. I learned that I do not like to study, which you definetly need for this class.
    2. I would tell future students to study, follow all instructions, also to do all of your homework because it helps your grade. Also pay a lot of attention the first couple weeks of school because that’s where you learn how to do everything for the class.
    3. I wouldn’t change anything about this class. I learned a lot from it.

  9. 1) Chemistry grew me as a person and a chemist. i learned that i usually procrastinate about work and try to cram it all at the last minute but i now try to do work early so i can have some free time.

    2) My advice on Chemistry is study, study, study and always do your homework . The homework will help you big time. When life gives you lemons you make lemonade. Dont doubt yourself and believe that you can go beyond your limits and be better than before

    3) due to this virus we could not go to school and for me personally i have a hard time looking at a computer for a long time and i learn better when i can have like hands on experience. If this virus wasn’t around I think chemistry was great as it is.

  10. 1) chemistry this year grew me in ways I never would have imagined. It showed me that I can do so much more if I just applied myself, and this isn’t just in school it’s in life. It’s in sports, church, and even my relationships with the people around me; the more you put in the more you seem to get.
    2) my advice to any future chemist is to study even when you don’t think you need to; because if you wait to the last minute you will fail. Also to just have fun it’s a really fun class if you let it be, but if you stress over it or just sit in the back of the class with your head down it won’t be enjoyable at all.
    3) If I could go back and start over I would just study a lot more, participate more in class, and just have more fun with it and not stress. I feel that if I would have done these things my year would have been a whole lot better and I would have done better as well

  11. 1. One thing that chemistry taught me this year was how to research and gather new information. It also taught me how to work hard and turn stuff in on time.

    2. Some advice that I would give to future students is to not get lazy with your work. If you get lazy on doing your work and learning new material, it’s easy to fall behind.

    3. One thing that we could have done different this year that would’ve helped me was if we spent more time on certain lessons and practice more equation problems.

  12. 1. Chemistry grew me in more ways that I thought it would. I learned how to apply my studying skills to other classes and to not procrastinate. I learned that I actually did better on things when I worked ahead instead of doing it last minute. This really helped my get good study methods also.

    2. I would tell a future Chemistry student to always review their notes the day they took them for homework. I would say that need to do their homework no matter what. Also, that the homework will help your grade tremendously and help you retain the lesson.

    3. I honestly loved how Ms. Skinner taught us, because she really shows how much she loves and knows the subject. I wouldn’t change anything.

  13. 1. Chemistry taught me that even when something is hard to do, you have to push yourself to get it done because the end result is worth it.
    2. Don’t procrastinate because you’ll really regret it when you have to do tons of work last minute.
    3. This year you gave us all of the materials we needed to study for the test. I love the way you teach, it’s different from how most teachers teach and honestly, it definitely helped me remember things before I studied. I wouldn’t change anything. 🙂

  14. 1. This year chemistry grew me in many ways. It has shown me that I am capable of doing difficult things and I can get through tough times. Chemistry isn’t for everyone, but everyone can learn something from it.
    2. Don’t wait until the last minute. Pay attention in class and try really hard to learn. Basically, apply effort!
    3. I think for me slowing down the labs, learning the material, and the classwork in general would’ve helped me. Overall, I think your teaching is amazing and I know you ALWAYS have a reason for anything you say or do so I trust you! 🙂

  15. 1) Chemistry helped me grow by teaching me to not procrastinate and to keep up with assignments. Also, it taught me that not only the amount of time spent but also the method of studying is important
    2) My advice is to not push things aside to the deadline and to start immediately.
    3) I wish we had more days where we wrote answers and problems on the whiteboard because those ways helped.

  16. 1. I learned how to stay on top of assignments and not get stressed over “big” things. I learned how to handle a hard class without it being overwhelming.
    2. Do not procrastinate, study more than you think you need to, and take good notes.
    3. I would have asked more questions when i needed to and practiced a lot more.

  17. 1. Chemistry helped me manage my time better and stay on top of things. I learned that I don’t need to procrastinate.
    2. Stay on top of things and don’t get behind
    3. If I had better study habits and practiced a lot more I probably would’ve learned better

  18. 1) When I look back on this past year and highlight which areas I truly grew in, I can attribute chemistry to many of those areas. Chemistry taught me to be patient with myself. There is no need to stress out over something that you don’t understand today; perhaps it will make sense tomorrow. I learned that it is important to look at things from alternate perspectives because oftentimes that is required to nail down a difficult topic.
    2) My advice to future chemistry students sounds rather simple, but it is difficult to actually do. Be honest and true to yourself. Know your limitations, know your abilities, and do not rely solely on your own mind. Ask questions, because no question is a foolish question. Give yourself ample time to study and complete assignments, and always work ahead when given the opportunity. At the end of the day, it is simply a chemistry class. God has bigger plans for you beyond the classroom, so it is not the end of the world if you forget to turn in homework or if you do poorly on a test.
    3) I really enjoyed participating in class discussions and all of the labs and activities we did in class. For me, I would not change anything about how you taught the class this year. You put forth all of your efforts to help us succeed in the class. I am thankful to have had you as my teacher.

  19. 1. Chemistry taught me a lot about time management and how to come back from a bad grade. This class was definitely a struggle for me, but it taught me a lot about how to push myself and work hard.
    2. DO NOT procrastinate on your work or the chemistry project, and make sure to give yourself plenty of time to study for a test. It isn’t fun to stay up late studying the night before.
    3. I learned a lot from this class and I honestly would not have changed it. The way you taught us helped me a lot.

  20. 1. Chemistry grew me by teaching me good studying habits and taught me new concepts and information.
    2. Begin your chemistry project when you first can.
    3. Focused on getting all my homework done.

  21. 1. Chemistry grew me in more ways than I ever would have thought. I learned better ways to study, and I learned that if I were to just apply myself, I would achieve so much more.
    2. Some advice for future chemistry students would have to be, don’t forget deadlines, they are one of the most important things in this class. Don’t procrastinate, and finish your stuff on time.
    3. One thing that I could’ve done better was to stop procrastinating. If I just gotten all my stuff done on time, I think I would’ve had a much better grades and a much better experience for this year in chemistry.

  22. 1) Chemistry grew me a lot this year. I learned a ton about, well, EVERYTHING, and I learned how to take much better notes, as well as manage my time.
    2) My advice is to set a repeating alarm for web posts, because doing that has saved me from getting MANY zeroes.
    3) I wouldn’t change anything that you did, because your class was great, but if I was to redo the class I would’ve studied much more than I did, and i wouldn’t have put my work off until the last second as much as I did.

  23. 1) Chemistry made me realise how easy we have had it up until now. It has taught me to take better care of all my school supplies and keep up with everything over the year. Chemistry helped me learn that I am way too dependant on the Teachers for things I am supposed to hold on to.
    2) I would say to memorize everything as soon as you get it- Chemistry is not stopping for anybody- and to stay on top of Web Posts!
    3) I think a 5-7 minute time at the beginning of class on Monday to go over everything that we had to memorize, after a while it got a little overwhelming.

  24. 1) Chemistry grew me in a way where I learned more about my personality and how I liked to handle things.
    2) Please just do your work. Also if you’re ADHD please take your medicine even if you don’t want to.
    3) I just shouldn’t have been so lazy when it came to work.

  25. chemistry has helped me to grow into a more confident person. I learned that I am capable of more than I thought I was. Future chemistry students should develop a study habit that works for them because I could never find one no matter how many times I tried to explain myself. I think one thing that would have helped me is making sure Mrs Skinner knew that I wasn’t good at processing many directions at once because it made this year very difficult for me while dealing with everything in my personal life and trying not to have a heart attack

  26. 1. There are so many ways I grew in chemistry this year. One way was learning different ways to study. When I have studied for other classes, I would just cram facts in and not really pay attention to details. Chemistry has helped me to really focus on the details. I have also learned A LOT of patience. I now know that when I do not understand something right away, it is not the end of the world. It takes practice to be good at everything, especially chemistry :).

    2. The advice that I would give future chemistry students is to STUDY! It seems like an easy task, but it really is not. Also do not study for facts, study to really understand what you are learning. Another thing I would advise for future is to enjoy it. Chemistry can be stressful, but it is really fascinating as well!

    3. The only thing that I would have done differently this year was to enjoy the class a lot more. Coming into this class this year I was very intimidated. I let that intimidation get the best of me. I also would have changed the effort I put forth in this year. Other than that, I would not have changed a thing. This year was great! Thank you for being such an amazing teacher!!!!!

  27. 1. Chemistry class made me learn that the “easy route” cannot always be followed. This class made me grow in being more productive and I learned that if I apply myself (even at something I am not very good at) that I can get the work done. Chemistry was very challenging, but I never gave up on it because I knew this was an essential class and that I had to work hard to be a good chemistry student.
    2. Advice that I can give others is just not to be lazy in the class. It may seem like an impossible task when you dive into more difficult lessons, but it’s just like any other class, just absolutely try not to fall behind. Oh yeah also ALWAYS take notes and find out what kind of studying is right for you!!
    3. For me personally, I think that the way the class was taught was just perfect. I don’t really know what could be changed. I would like to have been a better student, so it’s on me that I couldn’t study better or focus on the class like I should have.

    I really loved this class. It was a lot of fun and it taught me a lot. I got to work on labs about stuff I had never done before (personally the triboluminescense lab was my favorite). Thank you for an amazing school year Ms Skinner, you have been the most awesome teacher!

  28. 1. Chemistry grew not only as a student but in life too. It taught me how to be responsible and manage my time well, both things that I will need to know about when I’m in college and later too. It also taught me that even if you don’t know how to do something, you should ask questions. It can’t hurt anyone and it could save you from a serious screw-up.
    2. My advice for future chemistry students is to come into this class next year with an open mind. When I was first starting chemistry, I heard so many people tell me, “Oh my gosh chemistry is so hard!” or “Chemistry really killed me last year, especially the project!” Now I am NOT saying that chemistry is easy, but as long as you work hard and do ALL of your homework, you guys are gonna be just fine. I went into chemistry thinking it was actually going to make me lose my mind. Now I did get frustrated a lot, but then I realized that I was just being lazy and if I wanted to do well I’d have to step up my game. Basically what I am trying to say is, don’t be afraid. Ask questions, don’t procrastinate, and breathe. You are gonna be just fine, I promise.
    3. Honestly, Mrs. Skinner was the best teacher I had this year. I love how she teaches and I have never had someone make me think as hard as she did. She didn’t only make us think, she made us give her answers for our reasons and explain why. She also made it fun. She would call going downstairs a “field trip”, and on lab day she was always super helpful especially in the beginning, but she never just gave us the answers. She knew we were smart enough and she believed in us. I don’t think she should change a thing. Unless she can get us to come to school in our pajamas every day 🙂

  29. 1. Chemistry grew me by teaching me new study methods. Chemistry also taught me how to be more confident in myself throughout this challenging course.
    2. The advice I would give to future students is to do your own work!!! DO NOT procrastinate, and when things get frustrating just ask Ms. Skinner she’ll help you! Also do ALL of the bonus assignments this will help bring your grade up towards the end of the term. Make sure you do the web posts and ALWAYS give yourself plenty of time to study! Last but not least, go to the help sessions, they are very beneficial, especially the ones on test days, and the one before the exam.
    3. I probably would’ve made more flashcards because it helped me study for the test.

  30. 1. Chemistry was the one class I legitimately had to study for all year, so I had to figure out ways to study for it. I learned that I’m still a huge procrastinator, and I end up doing homework the morning of.

    2.My advice for people taking or retaking chemistry is to do your homework. It will help you in the long run.

    3. The days with whiteboards ended up helping me more than the homework when it came to problems.

  31. 1.) Chemistry grew me because it helped me to be more responsible. I learned that if I put my mind to something I can do it. Chemistry helped me to work hard and that I can do hard things if I put the effort.

    2.) my advice is not to procrastinate and do things how Ms Skinner says to. Don’t do work how u wanna do it. Do it how it was told.

    3.) I guess we could have more quizzes and more test prep. We did test prep but if there was something I didn’t understand the test prep would sometimes not be enough. The whiteboard days were helpful.

  32. 1) What grew me was Chemistry having you apply logically from what you know of something to get the outcome you are looking for which helps learning and understanding. I learned that this method is effective to learning a subject and I definitely is true with me.
    2) Never get BEHIND!! Always be a step/curve ahead of the game.
    3) Nothing really not gonna lie though wish we were at school for the project that would of helped with asking questions about it and communicate easier.

  33. 1) Chemistry grew me by showing me that I can do anything if I focus on accomplishing it and put time aside to finish the task. I learned how to actually grasp and learn things rather than just memorizing something just for the next day and completely forgetting about. Many things we learned early in the year were applicable to later lessons, so it made us really learn those things.
    2) To all future chemistry students, take advantage of all extra credit, listen and take note of everything, and listen to other people questions, so you don’t have to ask the same questions. It’s important to listen to teachers in any class, but this lesson applies even more to this specific class. Also, use your time wisely and don’t wait till the last minute to do things.
    3) All the ways that Mrs. Skinner taught us allowed us to think for ourselves and solve our own problems. This let us learn what we were doing and apply what we learned. I wouldn’t change anything.
    Thanks Mrs. Skinner!

  34. 1. Chemistry grew on me throughout the year as I started to figure out how to plan my time and not try to do it all at once. I learned that I need to plan time well and not to be as worried about some things. I also learned that my natural thing is to procrastinate, something which I need to fix.
    2. Plan your time wisely. Don’t wait to the last minute to try and do your stuff, you will be up all night. Also take advantage of all your extra credit opportunities.
    3. I feel like more whiteboard work would help the students learn better. Going over each problem step by step helps I think more than doing it for homework and if we are missing something, we keep doing that on the homework

  35. 1. Chemistry grew me by teaching me not to procrastinate, and taught me how to study properly, I also learned so much about using technology for school. I learned that help sessions help so much, and waiting til the last minute was not a wise decision for me.
    2. Some advice I would give a future chemist is to like I said before, DO NOT WAIT til the last minute to do your work. Do all your homework because it will help you so much in the long run and plan out how you are going to study.
    3. I wish I would have had more one on one time with mrs.skinner because it really helped whenever I did. Mrs. Skinner was a great teacher and believed in me even when I did not in myself which helped me SO much. I would not change to many things, although I feel like I would have done so much better this quarter if we were in school. Being at home made me slack a lot.

  36. Chemistry grew me by allowing me to step out of my comfort zone and challenge me in a way like no other. I learned that from this point up thing will began to ge harder but I know since persevering through chemistry that I can tackle it. My advice for future chemistry students is not to listen to others. Many people complain about chemistry or say its so hard. Well in reality it is all about mindset. If you walk in saying I´m going to fail then you surely will. Also take advantage of the help session, it is always there. I could of been more organize, also I kida found the labs to be a little overwhelming due to the time frame but overall I loved Miss Skinners teaching style, it is quite streamline and logical. Chemistry was a great class and I am so glad I got to be apart of it.

  37. 1) Chemistry has taught me that I can be stretched farther than I think. Now, occasionally that has had negative results, and I’ve gotten too caught up in perfecting things that didn’t matter but just took my time and energy away from something else. However, for the most part, it showed me that with perseverance and God’s grace especially, I can do hard things… even chemistry, haha 🙂 I’ve also learned to look deeper than the surface, ask myself “why,” and rely on my classmates and their ideas much more! Love you and miss you guys!
    2) To future chem students I would say this: don’t wait until the last minute to do anything! Webposts (I just thought this last time I’d set the perfect example of what NOT to do lol), lab reports, the project, everything!! Hold yourself and others accountable to plan out work and GET IT DONE! You will thank yourself! Also, just try your best in everything. You probably won’t get it all, but thank God for what you DO!
    3) The lazy part of me would say that lightening the homework load would have helped, but in reality, I’m sure it would hurt more since it was helpful practice that let me see what I knew – and didn’t. I just needed to have stayed on top of things a bit better 😉

    Ms. Skinner, you have done an incredible job teaching us about chemistry and, more importantly, the God who created us. Thank you for believing in us and pushing us to do our very best, even when it seemed hard or scary. It’s been a fun ride, and I sooo wish we could finish this year normally. Keep on keeping on, everybody! <3

  38. 1.It had taught me to be more confident with really hard task. Even though it seems impossible at the beginning give it a shot and see where you land.
    2. I would say don’t wait till last minute to start doing something. Here it is at 7:55 Monday morning when it’s due…
    3. Something so would change would be that we did more labs. They are really fun and help your grade a lot. Also feel that I leaned more at the lab station than anywhere this year.

  39. 1. Chemistry taught me to stop procrastinating on my work and studying because it hurts my grade significantly. I learned that I definitely needed to change my work habits to be successful in harder classes like this one.
    2. Don’t wait until the last minute to do your assignments, make sure you get everything done as early as you can so you don’t stress about it later.
    3. I wouldn’t really change anything huge, but I do think more days where we worked out problems in class on whiteboards would have been nice.

  40. 1) I grew a lot by taking chemistry this year. I learned how to better prepare for tests, and learned to better apply those things.
    2) My advice for others is to study hard. Also, the labs will help you better understand the concepts , so pay attention during those.
    3) I don’t know what would’ve helped me, applying things was hard, but I couldn’t figure out how to get better at it.

  41. 1) It taught me that I cannot wait last minute to study, and how to properly prepare for the test. It also taught that I need to care more about how to apply what I learn. I learned that making note cards helps me learn material better. It also helped me get more organized.
    2) Do not wait till the last minute, and make sure you get help if you need it. Go to the help sessions if you can, even if you think you understand the material. Don’t be afraid to ask questions if you have one or don’t understand.
    3) I struggled with knowing what I did wrong whenever i’d work problems by myself. I think if we used the white boards more often it could’ve helped me make sure I understood the material more. Working more problems in class would’ve helped too.

  42. 1. I grew so much this year because of chemistry. I really learned the importance of being able to apply what you learn rather than just learning stuff only to know for the test. I also think chemistry grew me not only as a student, but as a person. Chemistry helped me realize that you are not always going to do as great as you want to do on a test/quiz, but you still have to get back up and try your best to do better on the next one. Chemistry really helped me realize that I cannot always be perfect, and that that is completely fine as long as I am trying my best and learning from my mistakes. I also think chemistry made me realize that I am capable of much more than I think I am. Overall, chemistry was the most challenging yet fulfilling class I have taken this year.

    2. To future chemistry students, don’t let what everyone else says about how hard this class is scare you. You really are capable of completing this class and doing well as long as you stay on task and put your mind to it. DO NOT BE SCARED. Ms. Skinner wants you to do the best you can, so always ask her for help if you are struggling/confused. Also, go to help sessions is you need a little extra practice/review. Do not let yourself get behind on anything, and always study in advance if you want to do the best you can. Do the extra credit!!! Overall, just apply yourself to the class and do the best you can. I know it may seem like a lot, but you got this.

    3. I honestly don’t think Ms. Skinner could have done anything different. Every single day of class was a great experience and I never felt like any time was wasted. We were always learning/ applying what we learned and I truly feel like we used every moment to our advantage. I really love the way Ms. Skinner teaches, and I don’t think anything needs to be changed. The only thing I wish could have happened differently was the end of the year, but we obviously could not have predicted what would happen!

    Thank you so much for everything you did for us this year, Ms. Skinner!! 😀

  43. 1) In chemistry, I learned to work faster and more efficiently. I learned to depend on the Lord through every part of my day. I learned that I am not great at time management, and struggled to be intentional with my time. However, I saw that I was capable of things I did not know I was like lighting a bunsen burner, handling dangerous chemicals, and managing a super stressful schedule.

    2) Advice for future chem students is, actually memorize the material she gives you like acids or polyatomic ions. Memorize them days before your quiz and really know them, because you will need them the whole year.

    3) I think looking over the chapter before we learned it would have helped me. Also, I think reviewing after I learned something would have helped me to better understand the material and for the knowledge to stick. I would just leave everything I was confused on to study right before the test and that made it more stressful.

    Thank you for being the best this year Ms. Skinner! Thank you for genuinely caring about us and thank you for teaching me more about the Lord and how to truly be dependent on him. Your love for the Lord and the way you show it is different from any teacher I have ever had and it is so so genuine. <3

  44. 1. Chemistry has helped me grow in many ways. It was taught me to stop procrastinating on work because free time is very valuable, and how to correctly prepare for a test with studying and practice.
    2. My advice for future chemistry students is to never procrastinate on assignments and to practice new material. The more you practice, the better off you will be in chemistry.
    3. I don’t think there is much more you could have done to help us learn the information better. Every second spent in the class was towards us learning. The only thing I can think of is more practice time on the white boards, but that’s nothing major.

  45. 1. Chemistry has helped me grow as a student. It has helped learn to do my work early and not procrastinate.
    2. My advice would be to go to all the help sessions you can for test. They can really help you out.
    3. Probably waiting until the last minute to turn assignments in. If would go ahead and not wait until the last minute to do everything I would be just fine.

  46. 1. Chemistry helped me learn how to manage my time better. I also got a lot better at doing my homework on time because I couldn’t turn in late homework in chemistry.
    2. My advice Is to do all the labs, homework, and extra credit, they help a lot because the test are pretty hard.
    3. I could have practiced problems more and watched the podcast more to do better in chemistry.

  47. 1. Chemistry made me more mature, and it helped me realize what my true potential is. I learned that at times I can pull off academic feats I thought I could not, but I also struggle really hard at times.

    2. The best advice I have for new chemistry students is to not procrastinating. If you procrastinate in this class you will be punished eventually in some way.

    3. I could have been more efficient and determined in my study habits instead of studying everything a few days before.

  48. 1. Chemistry grew me in so many ways. It got me out of my comfort zone and made me think harder then I ever have before. I truly grew so much spiritually and academically through this honors chemistry class and I am so beyond grateful for the experience. I learned that I can accomplish anything if I just try my hardest and put my trust in the Lord. There were times when I doubted my intelligence and it was difficult to continue, but I worked hard and now I can’t believe that I am at the end of the iconic Ms. Skinner’s honors chemistry class.

    2. It’s okay to fail. Failing gives you an opportunity to learn from your mistakes and find what you’re missing. It helps you to reach success, so don’t be afraid of it. This class will challenge in so many ways, but it is totally worth it in the end!

    3. I think that more time on major topics and memorization would’ve helped me to comprehend and understand things a little more. I’m naturally a slow person and it takes me more time to fully understand concepts, so sometimes we get to another lesson and I’m not ready. However, I was in honors and it’s part of my job to put in extra time away from class to review.

    Ms. Skinner, thank you for your support and love towards me. I know that I can count on you for anything school or life related. I am so thankful that I got to be your student this year and I hope to be one another day.

  49. 1. Chemistry taught me good skills and habits for school and studying that I will take with me to the rest of high school and college.
    2. Don’t procrastinate on anything in this class ever for any reason no matter how small you think it may be. And study. And learn how to use the website
    3. I could have studied better and prepared more for tests earlier on but besides that I learned as well as I ever could.

  50. 1. Chemistry grew me to really not procrastinate. it helped me become a better student. it helped me learn good time management
    2. my advice is to do your work to the fullest of your ability to always do it.
    3. I haven’t really done my best with doing my work before and not worrying I really procrastinate and if it wasn’t around I feel like I would have done much better.

    Mrs. skinner thank you so so so much for all the love and support you have given me through this school year. I couldn’t ask for a better teacher. thank you for all the second chances. thank you for investing your life into kids like me. I will miss you much Mrs. skinner. thank you

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