Energy Resources - K-12 Energy Education
Please click here for our summer 2013 training opportunities on wind energy and the Wind for Schools program.
Colorado State University Extension has trained over 100 teachers across Colorado on our Clean Energy Curriculum for Colorado Middle and High Schools. All lessons are hands-on, inquiry based, and tied to state academic standards for science, math, social studies, and advanced placement.
Click here to access a pdf of the entire curriculum or click the individual lesson plan names below to access the lesson plans, Excel activity sheets, and supporting videos and Powerpoints:
Click here to borrow one of our energy kits that accompany this curriculum under our School Energy Activity Loan (SEAL) Program.
To request a training for your school or area on the curriculum, please contact Cary Weiner at email@example.com or (970) 491-3784.
Energy Conservation and Efficiency
- The Sun Can do "Watt"? [ + ]
- "Watt's" Your Angle? [ + ]
- The Right Site [ + ]
- Solar Car Race [ + ]
- Measuring the Wind [ + ]
- Blade Design Competition [ + ]
- Are Renewables Right for Me? [ + ]
- Earth Energy [ + ]
- Biofuels in Your Backyard [ + ]
Energy and Climate Change
- Climate Change Wedge Game [ + ]
Updated Monday, May 13, 2013