Hungry Plus Angry = Hangry!
Mike Fritz, who helped me in the classroom this term, shared his experience with his co-workers at the US Environmental Protection Agency: As I strode to the front of Ms. Molly Moran’s second grade
RESET Volunteer Sandra Hernandez invited parents of her students to assist in her classroom experiments for second graders and many did. Although it isn’t always possible to involve parents, RESET volunteers should give it
Link below to the article “More Good News for Science” in the Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-sten-odenwald/more-good-news-for-scienc_b_6152000.html
The Washington Post on May 24 ran an article comparing average annual income of graduates with various majors. It included the snarky joke (payback for all those nerd jokes)?: The scientist asks, “Why does
David McInnis Third Grade Report: This week I was on my own; two classes, about 1 hour each. That’s about 35 3rd grade Tasmanian devils swirling around with unlimited energy in a small classroom
In STEM Courses, The Chronicle of Higher Education reports a Gender Gap in Online class discussions: http://chronicle.com/blogs/wiredcampus/in-stem-courses-a-gender-gap-in-online-class-discussions/55399 RESET thinks it’s important to reach young children with hands-on STEM learning, before girls are affected by