What Others Say
"You are masters at asking thought-provoking questions and stimulating discussion."
Third grade teacher, workshop participant, Rochester, NY, 1998
"Thought you might like to have this first grade morning letter--hope you like it. Thought you might like to have these photos, too. The children learned so much from your presentation."
First grade teacher, Birchwood Elementary School, Niskayuna, NY, 1999
"This is the most interactive time that I have ever had with my daughter. Usually we go to the movies, sit in the dark, and don't talk. Where are you going to be next week?"
Father, after a Family Science Night, Gloversville, NY, 1994
"'My father always told me that every teacher should be required to tend a garden, because then they would have all the skills needed to inspire students,' says Charles Scaife. It is evident to anyone watching him and his wife, Priscilla, teaching their Hands-On Science workshops that they both have become master gardeners."
Mother and school visit coordinator, Issaquah Valley Elementary School, Issaquah, WA, 2000
"Thank you so much for coming to our school. We all enjoyed your experiments and interesting talks. Please come back again with new questions for us to answer."
Sixth grade student, St Paul's Lutheran School, North Tonawanda, NY, 1999
"I really hated science until you showed me the good science. Well, what I mean by good science is fun science, like the borax experiment. My favorite though was the one with TOTAL cereal. Please come back soon!"
Fourth grade student, St. John's Lutheran School, North Tonawanda, NY, 1999
"I've been to some first-class sales meetings in my career, but I've never been so motivated."
Retired scientist from Kodak, workshop participant, Union College, 1996
"I thought this would be a good workshop, but I couldn't imagine having so much fun."
Chemist at Schenectady International, Inc., workshop participant, Union College, 1996