From Buzzfeed: Fifteen Fun Science Experiments to Try Using Things From Your Kitchen
Education of children serves a number of purposes, one of which is to prepare them for jobs in the economy they will experience as they grow older. That economy is always in flux, and
INMED Partnerships for Children is a nonprofit organization that provides services to the most vulnerable children and families in Loudoun County, Virginia, including an after-school program for young children. On a recent Wednesday, RESET
Report on Ed Rock’s PreKindergarten experience: “You almost always leave the pre-school with students telling you they LOVE you. This is pretty life affirming, especially if you’re having a bad day!” Edward Rock may
Bob works with third and fourth graders at Orr Elementary in Anacostia. His report on his recent field trip to the Navy Yard in Southeast DC: The field trip to the Navy Museum was
From left, RESET volunteer Peter Sowa (electronics), fifth grade teacher Caitlin Byington, volunteer Rich Repplier (electronics and acoustics), fifth grade teacher Megan Hennessey, and volunteer Tom Ilich (structural engineering) met on October 14, 2015 to
From RESET Volunteer David McInnis: This week’s lesson was about condensation, the atmosphere, and PV=nRT (without the equation). I started listing the 3 states of matter (yeah, yeah, there’s really 4, let it go) on the board.