RESET Volunteers can help both teachers and students overcome this bias:
ReSET CEO and Founder Harold Sharlin reports: Today I visited a class of four year olds at CentroNia day care center in Mt. Pleasant in DC. CentroNia is bilingual.
Thanks to ReSET volunteers Meghan O’Donoghue and Mariana Pavon, who led a science program they called “Goo!” at E.L. Haynes Elementary in DC this past term. They have shared their experiments, which I’ve posted
Cell bodies or synapses? https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/memories-may-not-live-in-neurons-synapses/?WT.mc_id=SA_Twitter#science
ReSET volunteer John Emler recently attended a science teaching session at the Greenbelt, MD Community Center. Additional sessions are scheduled: June 22nd & 23rd: Chemistry: Introduce the basic concepts of chemistry and show how chemical reactions
From RESET Volunteer Ji Chen: The hands-on experience can bring great promise to students in early science education. As a robot inspector for FIRST regional competition in Philadelphia, I was astonished by the hands-on
From a 10/26/10 New York Times Editorial: “According to a follow-up report published last month, the academies found that the United States ranks 27th out of 29 wealthy countries in the proportion of college