Climate and Energy Literacy Webinar: Hands On Energy Literacypublished Mar 10, 2014 1:51pm
Learn from leading experts in energy literacy for STEM educators and see classroom activities performed live in the latest event of our Climate and Energy Literacy Webinar Series!
Title: Hands-on Energy Literacy
When: Wednesday, March 12th, 6:30 - 7:30 PM (CDT)
Where: Join in from the comfort of your home or work computer (mobile devices too!)
This webinar series is free and open to the public
Josh Sniedeman is the current Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow for the Department of Energy – a distinction awarded to outstanding k-12 STEM educators. Sniedeman will be guiding us through an in-depth look at energy literacy and what it means for educators.
Michael Arquin is the Founder and Director of KidWind, a leading resource for hands-on, classroom-friendly renewable energy projects. KidWind curricula and classroom wind-turbine kits are used by educators around the country and across many grade levels. Arquin will share with us some of their most-popular activities.
Attendees will also be introduced to Experience Energy, a curriculum developed by the Will Steger Foundation to engage elementary and middle school students in Minnesota energy literacy.
More information and registration available on the Will Steger Foundation website.