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View Resource Fuel Cells: Driving the Future

This fuel cell module was created by General Motors and Weekly Reader to supplement science courses for students in grades 5-8. Its duration is 4-5 class periods and includes a teacher?s guide, posters, interactive diagram, and four classroom activities. Topics discussed include automotive history, environmental and energy concerns, fundamentals of fuel cells, fuel cell technologies, and s...

View Resource Hydrogen: Tomorrow’s Energy Source

This fuel cell module by General Motors and Weekly Reader was released to enhance grades 5-8 math, science, geography, and technology courses. Included are a teacher?s guide with lesson plan, six classroom activities, glossary, student booklet, and video. Completing the lesson plan should take 4-5 class periods. Through the plan, students will be introduced to current energy systems, energy a...

View Resource Electric Vehicles 101

This presentation was developed by a member of MIT?s electric vehicle team and provides a basic overview of electric and hybrid electric vehicle (EV and HEV) history, operation, challenges, and advantages. Discussed is EV/HEV history dating from 1830- 2010, the operation of EV/HEV systems (networking and sourcing of power throughout components), challenges (ranges, energy equivalence, consumer a...

View Resource Find a Fuel Game

An educational game where students choose vehicles with different propulsion systems and learn about the differences between these systems. To progress in the game, students must capture the fuel type for the propulsion system of the vehicle they chose. Propulsion systems and fuel types include the internal combustion engine (gasoline),  flex-fuel ethanol (E85), hybrid electric (gasoline and ele...

View Resource 2011 and 2012 WSU Professional Development Course on Electric-Drive Vehicle Technology

This resource contains materials used in Wayne State University's "Electric-Drive Vehicles Technology" professional development workshop on June 20-21, 2011 and the updated materials used on July 10-11, 2012. The workshops were created by WSU to educate other universities four year engineering faculty, community college instructors, and high school science and technology teachers on elec...

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