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View Resource Energy4Me (Essential Energy Education)

Energy4me is an energy information resource for elementary and secondary educators.

http://energy4me.org
View Resource Connecticut Energy Education

All are welcome to use the materials and many lessons are applicable to middle school to college level classes. The Institute for Sustainable Energy at Eastern Connecticut State University provides...

http://www.ctenergyeducation.com/lesson_list.htm
View Resource Beyond Benign: Green Chemistry Education

Beyond Benign's vision is to revolutionize the way chemistry is taught to better prepare students to engage with their world while connecting chemistry, human health and the environment. Beyond...

http://www.beyondbenign.org/
View Resource EnergyTrends.org Educational Resources

Many Americans are motivated, and able, to save energy, but lack readily available, helpful information and feedback to help them do it.. EnergyTrends.org was created by the Lexington Institute to...

http://www.energytrends.org/category/lesson-plans/
View Resource Teachers TryScience

Teachers TryScience features hands-on lessons focused on environmental science. Each lesson is integrated with effective teaching strategies, practical how-to's and other helpful support

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