Education

National Energy Education Development Program

The mission of the NEED Project is to promote an energy conscious and educated society by creating effective networks of students, educators, business, government and community leaders to design and deliver objective, multi-sided energy education programs. This resource has a huge database of renewable energy curriculum for classroom lessons ranging from primary to secondary level.

March 25th, 2017|Education, Wind Energy|

The Windy Classroom Wind Energy Curriculum

The windy classroom is a curriculum designed by the Laurentian Environmental Center. It is available for free and can be downloaded from this website. Topics included in this document include: 1) Introduction to energy; 2) Understanding electrical energy; 3) Electrical energy sources; 4) Winds of change; 5) Today's turbines; 6) Prospecting for wind; and 7) [...]

March 25th, 2017|Education, Wind Energy|

NREL: Educational Programs

NREL provides a variety of educational resources to help teachers and parents educate their kids about renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies, including hands-on projects and curriculum suggestions for elementary school, middle school, and high school students. Topics covered include biomass, energy efficiency, solar energy, wind energy, buildings, hydrogen and fuel cells, and transportation.

March 25th, 2017|Education, Renewable Energy|

Energy Quest

Energy Quest is the award-winning energy education website of the California Energy Commission. This resource is an interactive fun mode to learn the basics of energy and renewable energy. Students will discover new means of energy production and innovative ways to use less energy. Energy Quest will answer their questions and spur creativity and imagination.

March 25th, 2017|Education, Renewable Energy|

Sky Renewable Energy

This unique elementary school program teaches children that being green can be fun. The elementary program introduces characters in which the students can relate. Sky RE-education programs start by defining the difference between renewable and non-renewable energies. Along with a fun project, they teach students how solar energy works and tips that they can implement [...]

March 25th, 2017|Education, Renewable Energy|