Better late than never: The final 2009 DC CAS Science Results released last year. The progress was small, but heading in the right direction…
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
Report on RESET Volunteer Seminar ReSET had a very interesting panel on June 24, with Nsombi Brown (K-5 science teacher in MD), Charity Felser (DC Public Schools Central Office) and Terry Dade (Elementary School
RESET was one of over 500 organizations that participated in the USA Science and Engineering Festival on the National Mall this past weekend (10/23-10/24/10). Hundreds of children visited the ReSET booth to try
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.
RESET Volunteer Marty Stein shares his water distillation demonstration, below: Washington Latin is doing what they call water world. II plan to discussing the dangers of unclean water, a major problem, and some of
I have grandchildren in Charlotte, North Carolina – a sixth grader and third grader. They are very different – my 12 year-old granddaughter has been worried about falling behind while my 8 year old