Energy Education Resources

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Energy Education Resources

Author: Paula Altman

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

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Energy Education Resources

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Energy Education Resources

Over 160 organizations are profiled. Each entry includes the address, telephone number, & description of the organization & the materials available. Many of the entries also include Internet & e-mail addresses. Subject index.

Author: Barry Leonard

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 9780788170560

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Lists generally available free or low-cost energy-related educational materials for students & educators. Over 160 organizations are profiled. Each entry includes the address, telephone number, & description of the organization & the materials available. Many of the entries also include Internet & e-mail addresses. Subject index.

Energy Education Resource Directory

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Energy Education Resources

Integrated Waste Services Association (IWSA) represents companies that use
trash to produce energy as part of a ... FL 32202 (904) 632-5200 Provides free
energy educational resources (booklets, posters, kits, audio/visual materials, etc.,
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Author: DIANE Publishing Company

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 9780788120381

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Lists generally available free or low-cost energy-related educational materials for students & educators. Over 140 organizations are profiled. Subject index.

Energy Education Resources

Author: Paula Altman

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ISBN: 9780756719296

Category: Science

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This resource was published to provide students, educators, and other information users, a list of generally available free or low-cost energy related educational materials.

Energy Education Materials Inventory An annotated bibliography of currently available materials K 12 published prior to May 1976

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Energy Resources in Science Education

Science and Technology Education and Future Human Needs D. F. Kirwan.
Sample Energy Education Fact Sheets ERSE-i Introduction This section contains
sample Energy Fact Sheets of the SECTION F SECTION F: Sample Energy ...

Author: D. F. Kirwan

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 148319096X

Category: Business & Economics

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Energy Resources in Science Education contains essays from the 1985 International Conference on Science and Technology Education and Future Human Needs held in India. The conference addresses the issue of developing alternative energy sources. It also focuses on the major role teachers plays in the development of the children who will benefit from the outcome of the conference. The book provides some ideas about energy and teaching practices that have contributed to successful education of energy in the schools around the world. The text begins with an introduction to the concept of education as it relates to energy production and conversion. Some useful teaching methods are identified such as field trip activities, creating solar-powered projects and, the use of audio-visual aids. Guidelines in developing an energy curriculum are also discussed in the book. The text can serve as a useful tool for school directors, teachers, policymakers, students, and researchers in the field of education.

Energy Education Materials Inventory

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Go Green at Home

Crnlline Educational Resources for Teachers Energy lr'tids 'for Teachers by EIA
Resources for teachers on energy and the environment also abound online. The
Energy Ride tor Teachers produced by the Energy lnfon'nation Agency with ...

Author: Frank Y. Panol Ph. D.

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 1426971672

Category: Nature

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The central idea of this book is that saving energy and water saves the households money and simultaneously help reduce greenhouse gas emissions that cause global warming. It also aims to give readers better understanding of the green concept to enable informed participation in the current discourse pertaining to environment and climate change. The first chapter reviews environmental issues confronting the world in general and the U.S. in particular. Chapter 2 discusses federal energy efficiency programs that relate directly with energy saving and resource conservation efforts in households. Chapter 3 focuses on measures of saving energy at home including use of compact fluorescent lamps, taking advantage of residual heat in electric stoves, energy-efficient ways of using kitchen appliances, informed choice and use of home heating and cooling systems and others. Chapter 4 deals with conserving water inside and outside homes including use of high-efficiency toilets, low -low shower heads, etc. The economics of energy and water use efficiency, covered in Chapter 5, quantifies the savings derived from most of the measures discussed in Chapters 3 and 4. The goal is to show in dollar terms how much households could save by following green practices at home. The challenges of dealing with solid waste from households are examined in Chapter 6. Particular focus is given on "Pay-As-You-Throw" (PAYT) scheme in waste collection systems and fees as well as the three Rs in waste management - Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Recognizing the impact of children on energy and water use at home, the author devotes Chapter 7 on educating and engaging children in green practices. Two framework proposals aimed at enhancing sustainability of green movement in the country are presented in Chapter 8 including establishment of green camps and providing tax incentives for going green at home. Proposal for establishing green camps is directed to private business sector or non-profit organizations and the government while the tax incentive proposal is directed solely to the government.

The New Activities Handbook Energy Education

The story of energy is one of flow and change. Energy can exist as coal, oil, wood
, or gas, but with usage it constantly changes form. Coal, oil, wood, and gas
possess potential energy. When these materials are burned in a power plant
furnace, ...

Author: Alfred de Vito

Publisher: Good Year Books

ISBN: 1596472375

Category: Education

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How much does a dripping faucet raise one's water bill? Which uses more water, a shower or a bath? How much energy did it take for the Egyptians to build a pyramid? Would a windmill be an efficient energy generator at your school? How would you make your own recycled paper? Hands-on constructivist activities using everyday items challenge students to develop more informed ideas about where energy comes from, how we use it, and how we might use it better. Grades 4-8. Suggested resources. Illustrated. Good Year Books. 260 pages.

The Spectrum of Educational Resources

ENERGY Pantallas F and Saw Lamar TEACH WITH ENERGY ! 4-6 Grade Level :
4-6 Item No : 11TWE4-6 Price : $ 15.00 Materials include an energy education
conceptual framework , a series of energy source background materials , and ...

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Energy Resources Around the World

Discusses various forms of energy resources, both renewable and non-renewable, their pros and cons.

Author: Samantha Beres

Publisher: Benchmark Education Company

ISBN: 1450907814

Category: Power resources

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Discusses various forms of energy resources, both renewable and non-renewable, their pros and cons.

Climate Smart Energy Wise

The complexity of tracking the energy as well as related toxic waste, water, and
social footprints of products with global ... Windows to the Universe http://cleanet.
org/resources/41859.html Home Energy Quiz—Connecticut Energy Education ...

Author: Mark S. McCaffrey

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 1483372456

Category: Education

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Today’s answers to our most urgent climate issues The twenty-first century ushered in a set of unmistakably urgent global challenges that are too important to be an afterthought in today’s classrooms. Climate Smart & Energy Wise offers a virtual blueprint to climate and energy education, packed with resources and strategies, including: A high-level overview of where climate and energy topics fit (or don't fit) into your current curriculum with connections to the NGSS Proven methods to teach climate change and related topics in a grade-appropriate way Sample learning activities and high-quality online resources

Sustainable Assessment Method for Energy Systems

ENERGY. EDUCATION. 1. INTRODUCTION. The contemporary development of
the information technology has ... In this case, to have the harmony in the global
system, between the use of its resources and at the same time to take care of the
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Author: N. Afgan

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780792378761

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Sustainable Assessment Method for Energy Systems provides the reader with a new method for energy system evaluation. It is widely recognized that future energy strategies will have to deal with energy as a complex issue that incorporates environmental, economic, social, cultural, educational, and material resource attributes. Sustainable Assessment Method for Energy Systems offers a new methodology based on multi-criteria indicators for the evaluation of energy as a system.

Topical Themes in Energy and Resources

A Cross-Disciplinary Education and Training Program for Environmental Leaders
Yasumitsu Tanaka, Michael Norton, Yu-You Li. This book is a compilation of
lectures entitled “A Strategy for Energy and Resources”. These lectures comprise
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Author: Yasumitsu Tanaka

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 4431553096

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 270

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This book combines issues several critical ones in the energy field (low-energy technologies, renewable energies such as the hydrogen economy, and geothermal energy). Moving towards a more sustainable world requires a complete revolution in the way we manage energy and resources. However, from an academic perspective, this theme is so broad that most educators and researchers tend to focus on just one aspect, and maintaining the broad viewpoint which is necessary for making strategic judgments becomes difficult. Tohoku University addressed this challenge when developing a new education and training program for environmental leaders and brought together the extensive range of expertise available in specific fields into one special course which forms the basis of this book. Now in one volume, both students and educators can be brought up to date on a wide range of critical issues currently being addressed in the field of energy and resources. Chapters on resources include availability (for instance, rare earth metals), extraction and recycling of metals and plastics, and technological solutions to specific waste-disposal problems. In addition, broader strategic issues such as limits to growth and the interaction between the economic system and environmental issues are addressed. Even though each chapter provides topical data and knowledge from disparate and specialized fields, the book is written at a level that is readily understandable by students from all scientific, engineering, and humanities fields.

The Status of Energy Education in California Schools

Student materials that I could use in my lessons C. Audiovisual materials for
lessons d . Materials to help me learn about energy e . Workshops on energy g .
Workshops on teaching about energy h . Guest speakers Field trips Resource ...

Author: Kathleen Wulf

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Category: Education, Elementary

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Renewable Energy Technology and the Environment

KEYVDRDS Renewable Energy Education; Developing Countries; Teaching
Programne . ... impacts associated with their excessive production and use have
raised global interest in the harnessing of various renewable energy resources.

Author: A. A. M. Sayigh

Publisher: Newnes

ISBN: 0323161995

Category: Business & Economics

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Renewable Energy: Technology and the Environment comprises 106 chapters, with the first focusing on integrated resource planning. The following chapters delve into such topics as electricity from geothermal energy; wave energy prospects and prototypes; renewable energy policies for the nineties and beyond; and renewable energy technologies in developing countries. These topics are followed by discussions on harnessing the tax system to benefit alternative energy; energy-meteorology; development energy and environment; solar energy education; solar hydrogen; sky brightness during twilight; and solar instrumentation used in meteorology. Other chapters cover self-acting system tracking for pyrheliometers; directly coupled turbine-induction generator systems for low-cost micro-hydro power; and the utilization of genetic algorithm for the optimal design of a pneumatic hydro-power device. The remaining chapters present field experiments of a wave power converter with caisson breakwater; technical potentials of renewable energies; and air pollution modification due to energy supply diversification. This book will be of interest to practitioners in the fields of meteorology and environmental studies.

The Energy Star Challenge

Also, you should mention how improving the energy efficiency of the school can
serve as a key learning tool for students in terms of science, math, the
environment, and social and fiscal responsibility. ENERGY STAR Resources
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