Better late than never: The final 2009 DC CAS Science Results released last year. The progress was small, but heading in the right direction…
Hi John, The Girl Scouts had their Pre-Kindergarten RESET/STEM session today- It was such an amazing event! Both the Pre-K students and the scouts had a fun, interactive and educational experience. Personally, I was
It’s Pay It Forward Time . . . By Charles Cisneros A former aerospace engineer, I worked for 33 years as an Air Force officer and 13 years for SAIC as a system test
After 17 years, our early summer chorus will include an incredible specialist ensemble: Brood X Cicadas! Pronounced as Brood “ten”, these cicadas were last seen in 2004, when some of RESET’s members were as
RESET CEO and Classroom Volunteer Harold Sharlin: I teach science to two, three and four year olds at the NSF Child Development Center in Ballston, VA. Last Tuesday when I was working with my
EXPERIMENT 1 OBJECTIVE: Build a structure that can support the most possible weight. MATERIALS: Wooden Clothespins Binder Clips –3/4 inch wide Colored Jumbo Craft Sticks – 6 inches long Books PROCEDURE: Have children
Seminar Evaluation Form results: Things that worked well: – Overall, I think that was a very good meeting. Having elementary school teachers at the meeting and on the ReSET Board is an excellent idea.