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View Resource Watts Up With Energy?

ATEEC has teamed up with their partners to create a teacher resource about energy. Watts Up With Energy exists because of the need to educate young students about the importance of energy conservation and energy sustainability in our lives and around the world. This resource contains four PowerPoint presentations titled Energy is Everywhere, Living with Energy, What is Renewable Energy, and What ...

View Resource Pre/Post Test for Energy Unity

This resource, created by Red Rocks Community College, will test students' knowledge of the properties and forms of energy. Twenty questions are included that range from "An increase in the motion of molecules indicates an increase in which form of energy?" to "In the United States, we mainly rely on which source of energy for electricity?" to "What do most power plants use to produce e...

View Resource Biochemistry Problem Sets and Tutorials

This collection of learning materials from the Biology Project at the University of Arizona is divided up into two sections: Chemistry of Life and Energy Reactions. On the site, visitors can find eleven tutorials and problems sets on topics such as Large Molecules, Acids and Bases, Metabolism, and Photosynthesis.

View Resource Counting Calories

This article by Paul Doherty, Senior Scientist at the Exploratorium in San Francisco, describes the burning peanut experiment and provides an introduction to food energy and how it is measured. The site presents an explanation of how food energy is converted to other forms in the human body. Also included is a discussion of the first law of thermodynamics and calorimetry with applications to...

View Resource Hydro Power

This article was written in 1982, when rehabilitating many retired hydropower sites was being given consideration in Minnesota. In fact, very few sites have had hydropower reinstalled because of the poor economic viability of the sites that were considered and the potential negative environmental impacts that new hydropower stations would have on our Minnesota rivers. In Minnesota, and in the...

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