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View Resource H2 Educate: Student Guide

The H2 Educate Teacher and Student Guides and accompanying hands-on kit were created with the support of the U.S. Department of Energy's Hydrogen Program and the New York State Energy Research and...
View Resource Energy Efficiency Education Lesson Plans

In these lesson plans students will learn how they use energy at home and in school, how to measure their energy use and how to become more energy-efficient. Developed by Portland-area teachers. 4th...
View Resource Kids in the Creek

For the classroom and for field use. These hands-on activities teach students to determine the health of a stream. Lessons cover water testing procedures for temperature, dissolved oxygen and pH as...
View Resource National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Educational Resources

Engage your mind with renewable energy education! Connecting education to research, education programs inspire students to explore sustainable energy solutions to meet our future needs. K-12 programs...
View Resource NASA: Practical Uses of Math And Science (PUMAS)

PUMAS is a collection of brief examples showing how math and science topics taught in K-12 classes can be used in interesting settings, including every day life. The examples are written primarily...
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