ERIC Number: ED223462
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1980
Reference Count: 0
Developing Energy Education Curriculum. Inservice Series #2. Inservice Program.
Wilson, Mary Alice; Yasi, Elizabeth Ed.
Guidelines and suggestions for introducing energy education into classrooms are provided in this booklet. The first section discusses available resources and ways to use them. These include: (1) community resources (museums, libraries, county extension services/planning offices); (2) organizations and institutions such as environmental groups, utilities/fuel companies, architectural firms, and others; (3) government resources; (4) human resources; and (5) material resources (bookstores, magazines, and federally funded materials). The second section focuses on strategies for using the resources, including organizing a course, establishing a resource center, and building and using alternative energy models. These models include a solar hot water heater, parabolic solar furnace, fresnal lens, solar electrical device, savonius rotor and wind charger, and a hytroturbine. Four sample energy education course outlines are also included. (JN)
Descriptors: Alternative Energy Sources, Course Descriptions, Curriculum Development, Elementary Secondary Education, Energy, Environmental Education, Information Sources, Inservice Teacher Education, Models, Resource Materials, Solar Radiation, Teaching Methods, Wind Energy
Hampshire Educational Collaborative, 58 Pleasant St., Northhampton, MA 01060 ($5.00).
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher; Reference Materials - General
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Massachusetts State Office of Energy Resources, Boston.
Authoring Institution: Hampshire Educational Collaborative, Northampton, MA.
Identifiers: Energy Education