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  1. April 4, 2019 Focus on Energy Receives Research Worth Reading Award

    Model-based reasoning about energy: A fourth-grade case study, written by the Focus on Energy team of Sara Lacy, Sally Crissman, Nick Haddad, and Roger Tobin … Reasoning About Energy: A Fourth-Grade Case Study. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 55(8)1134-1161. Article abstract Screen Shot 2019-04-08 at 3.42.22
    NewsroomApr 08, 2019
  2. Looking Through the Energy Lens

    Tobin —Science and Children. February 2015. Vol. 52 No. 6 Summary Energy is perhaps the quintessential Crosscutting Concept because we use it in every branch of science and because it plays a central role in everyday life as well. Scientists and engineers can identify the forms and flows of energy in any natural
    Research LibraryFeb 03, 2016
  3. Learning and Behavior Change in a Girl Scout Program Focused on Energy Conservation: Saving Energy to ‘Save The Planet’

    Gillian Puttick, Kim Kies, Cecilia Garibay and Debra Bernstein — The Journal of Sustainability Education, January 2015: Energy Education Gillian Puttick, Kim Kies, Cecilia Garibay and Debra Bernstein — The Journal of Sustainability Education, January 2015: Energy Education PUttick-Article-Thumbnail-355x459.png
    Research LibraryFeb 04, 2015
  4. Achieving Energy and Ecological Literacies for All: Linking Ecology and Energy Education. Perspectives from Sessions at Ecological Society of America (ESA) 2014 Annual Meeting

    Leanne M. Jablonski, Kenneth Klemow and Gillian Puttick —The Journal of Sustainability Education, January 2015: Energy Education Leanne M. Jablonski, Kenneth Klemow and Gillian Puttick — The Journal of Sustainability Education, January 2015: Energy Education article-thumbnail1-355x338.png Abstract: Linking ecology
    Research LibraryFeb 04, 2015
  5. Girls' Energy Conservation Corps (GECCo)

    https://external-wiki.terc.edu/display/GECCo/GECCo+Home This innovative, new media-based after-school project engages girls ages 8-11 in energy conservation activities. More » Principal … https://external-wiki.terc.edu/display/GECCo/GECCo+Home This innovative, new media-based after-school project engages girls ages 8-11 in energy conservation activities. It interweaves informal science
    R&D ProjectsSep 16, 2016
  6. Girls Energy Conservation Corps: Study of a Girl Scout Program Focused on Energy Conservation

    on knowledge, attitudes and behavior from Girls Energy Conservation Corps, a research and development project that produced a series of six patch activity guides … that involved girls in learning about climate change and their role in it, in saving energy, in using new media creatively to educate peers about energy conservation
    Research LibraryAug 08, 2014
  7. Project REDI: Renewable Energy Data Investigations

    Collaborative (MTC) and the National Science Foundation. Project REDI is developing a set of data-based inquiry investigations in which students analyze energy output and environmental variables from existing renewable energy installations. They compare and correlate data on solar irradiation, wind speed, and energy
    R&D ProjectsJan 03, 2014
  8. CLEAN (Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network)

    clean_logo.png Website: http://cleanet.org/ http://cleanet.org/ CLEAN's primary effort is to steward a collection of educational resources around energy … a collection of educational resources around energy and climate topics and foster a community that supports learning about climate and energy topics. The activities
    ProductsJun 22, 2014
  9. Focus on Energy: Preparing Elementary Teachers to Meet the NGSS Challenge

    for learning energy, beginning in elementary school. To help the nation's elementary teachers address this challenge, this project will develop and research a system of resources and support for teaching and learning about energy in all scientific disciplines in grades 3-5. More » Principal Investigator: Sara Lacy Funder
    R&D ProjectsJun 08, 2016
  10. Rethinking How To Teach Energy: Laying the Foundations in Elementary School

    https://external-wiki.terc.edu/display/EnergyLens/Rethinking+How+to+Teach+Energy Responding to a need for a coherent pedagogical approach to teaching energy and matter, this exploratory project is researching and developing a proposed grade 3-5 learning progression that provides a strong base for understanding energy in middle school. More
    R&D ProjectsNov 04, 2015