• Program takes teachers inside Army labs for extensive training

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    Conducting research in a real lab with professional mentoring, then taking knowledge gained back to the classroom. Is that the dream of many STEM educators? The year-old RESET program aims to make that dream a reality. RESET, or Research Experiences for STEM Educators and Teachers, offers 60 hours of online summer learning to a select group of teachers and then places some of them in an Army lab to work for a month. To find out more about the program, we contacted its creator, Sally Pardue, director of the Millard Oakley STEM Center, a state-of-the-art STEM-education facility at Tennessee Technological University in Cookeville: Q:  What was your motivation for creating the RESET program? A: My motivation to develop and implement… Read More