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NREL's Office of Education Programs seeks to promote science, mathematics and technology education using renewable energy as the vehicle to capture student interest. Engaging students in science and engineering activities opens the door for both study and career opportunities in these disciplines. Students from traditionally under represented ethnic and gender groups are encouraged to participate...

View Resource National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project

The mission of the NEED Project is to promote an energy conscious and educated society by creating effective networks of students, educators, business, government and community leaders to design and deliver objective, multi-sided energy education programs. NEED, and the teachers, students, partners, and sponsors who make up our network, strive to make energy education a priority in the nation’s ...

View Resource NOVA: Saved by the Sun

This website from the Public Broadcasting Service's NOVA offers four features on solar energy. The first feature is "A new way to catch rays", and it takes a look at "six of the hottest new solar technologies." Another features "Inside a Solar Cell" and explains "how a photovoltaic cell converts sunlight into electricity?" The site also provides an example of a solar house, an ask the expert...

View Resource UNESCO Resource Kit: Science and Technology Education

Scientific and technological literacy is about understanding and applying concepts, process skills, attitudes, and values which enable a person to relate science and technology to the life and culture of his/her own society. This resource kit includes 26 modules relating to alternative energies.

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