ERIC Number: ED187019
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1980-Mar
Reference Count: 0
Total School Energy Management Program.
Energy Education Programs, Woodstock, IL.
This energy management program is intended to give school administrators some ideas about how to get started in managing energy conservation. An Implementation Guide provides options and step-by-step approaches for marshaling resources and organizing to get a program off the ground. A Curriculum Review and Development Guide includes general approaches for identifying energy-related concepts and bringing the topic of energy into the existing curriculum. A Guide for Facilities Management includes technical steps that administrators and staff can take. These are organized according to whether they are low-budget corrective measures or conversions involving capital expenditures; and whether they involve energized systems (mechanical devices), passive systems (building structure), or human systems (operating and maintenance). A complete Transportation Management Guide provides a similar program outline to save energy in transportation systems. An appendix lists a number of Department of Energy publications on energy conservation for school buildings. (Author/MLF)
Descriptors: Administrator Role, Curriculum Development, Curriculum Evaluation, Educational Facilities Improvement, Educational Facilities Planning, Elementary Secondary Education, Energy Conservation, Facility Guidelines, Instructional Materials, Management Teams, Motivation Techniques, Program Administration, Program Development, School Buildings, Student Transportation, Teacher Motivation, Thermal Environment
Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402 (Stock No. 061-000-00396-7; $8.50)
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Department of Energy, Washington, DC. Office of Consumer Affairs.
Authoring Institution: Energy Education Programs, Woodstock, IL.
Identifiers: Energy Audits
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