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View Resource The Adventures of IGGY

This is an elementary-level activity where the students will learn the basic concept of geothermal technology. The teacher will explain the concept through reading "The Adventures of IGGY." The...

http://www.igshpa.okstate.edu/publication/edu_outreach.htm
View Resource Jr. Solar Sprint: Drive Train and Transmission

These six activities cover all of the steps for building a model solar car for competition in the Junior Solar Sprint. They may be used by a class or a team to explore the challenges of designing and...

http://www.fsec.ucf.edu/en/education/k-12/curricula/sm3/docu...
View Resource Building the Basic PVC Wind Turbine

This plan shows how to make a rugged and inexpensive classroom wind turbine that can be used for lab bench-based blade design experiments. While a few specialized parts are needed (a hub and DC...

http://www1.eere.energy.gov/education/pdfs/wind_basicpvcwind...
View Resource Get Your RE Start: Courses, Classes & Training Opportunities

If you’re serious about an accredited renewable energy education, a handful of programs offered through universities provide degrees in renewable energy technologies.

http://www.homepower.com/view/?file=HP116_pg74_Stone
View Resource Exploring Solar Energy: Intermediate Solar Energy Teacher Guide

Hands-on explorations that teach scientific concepts of solar energy and photovoltaics to intermediate students. NEED's hands-on solar kits help students learn more about solar energy and its...

http://txu-solaracademy.need.org/TXUExploringSolarTeacher.pd...
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