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
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.
This week Sarah Kehoe wrote to ReSET: “My father … recently retired from a phenomenal government career as an aerospace engineer. I am nominating him for this volunteer opportunity as I know he will love
RESET Volunteer Meghan O’Donoghue provides descriptions of the goo curriculum below. SCIENCE Spring 2013 — At E.L. Hayes RESET Volunteers What Is a Polymer? A polymer is a substance formed from long chains of
From RESET Volunteer Marty Stein: Washington Latin is doing what they call water world. I plan to discuss the dangers of unclean water, a major problem, and some of the diseases that are transmitted in contaminated
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