This category contains information and resources for the teaching and learning of various aspects of energy science and technology. Sites in this category try to teach or instruct about energy science and technology, though clear, easy-to-follow explanation or by example. Sites that include formatted curriculums and tools such as calculators or reference tables that support the learning process for energy science and technology can also be found in this category.
Promotes energy efficiency worldwide for economy, environment and security. Offers K-12 lesson plans, energy saving tips and resource links to other educational supportive information.
A comprehensive site that explores various solar technologies and their uses in Arizona. Educational section for students and teachers includes lesson modules, book recommendations and videos.
Web-books, papers, articles and links about energy science and technology. Written for laypeople as well as scientists it covers theories, applications, conservation, physics, chemistry and biology.
Coal, oil and natural gas energy education material for elementary and junior high students. Also offer fellowship, intern and research grant programs.
EIA provides students, educators, and other information users a list of generally available free or low-cost energy-related educational materials.
Factoids from the textbook "Energy" by Gordon Aubrecht
For students, teachers and the public designed to help students and adults become more educated energy consumers. Sponsored by the Society of Petroleum Engineers, energy4me program is a public outreach program and web resource.
California Energy Commission's energy and environmental education site for students, parents and teachers. Includes information, questions and answers, projects, and other resources.
Tutorial on energy production and transformation, addressing technical and ecological aspects.
Offers help to teachers interested in teaching about energy production and use. Includes useful links sorted by topic and teacher goals along with relevant news links.
Information on how solar power systems work with descriptions of all of the individual components that make up the integrated system.
Educational resource that covers major energy generation technologies, addressing fossil fuel, fuel cell, nuclear, and renewable sources.
Promotes, and provides resources for, education related primarily to energy, water, natural resources, science and math, technology, conservation and the environment.
Education programs and resources related to science and energy spanning K-12, undergraduate, graduate, postdoctoral, and teacher levels.
Provides information about renewable energy, energy efficiency practices, delivery and storage technologies, applications and student resources.
Promotes energy awareness through education and networks of students, educators, business, government and community leaders. Energy education programs and resources.
Provides renewable energy resources for teachers and educational material for students on solar, wind and hydro power.
Information for teachers and students on renewable energy: solar power, wind energy, water power and biomass energy. Areas have background information, lesson plans, project plans, posters and relevant links.
Learn how to build your very own nanocrystalline dye-sensitized solar cell.
Classroom and hands-on education for practical applications in solar power, wind power, water power, and energy efficient building designs. Also offers energy awareness through youth camps and in-school activities.
Education programs, videos and solar energy related education tools for teachers to use in teaching solar energy topics.
Offers educational resources, workshops and courses in sustainable development, energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies.
Comprehensive and well designed education materials for nursery school through adult education. Organized as a teaching curriculum for education in sustainable development.
A solar school is any type of educational establishment that uses a solar energy system that is visible from school grounds as a teaching tool.
Reviews of environmentally friendly transportation technologies supported by the US DOE Office of Transportation Technologies. Includes supporting information resources, financial opportunities and college-level education activities.
KEEP's mission is to initiate and facilitate the development, dissemination, implementation, and evaluation of energy education programs within Wisconsin schools. Includes activity guides, curriculum materials, inservice information, links and publications for teachers.
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