Junior Solar Sprint
The Junior Solar Sprint (JSS) is a program that challenges students to design, build and race model-sized, solar-powered vehicles. Learn strategies that veteran JSS teachers and mentors have used over the years to create winning teams. In service credits are available.
Rube Goldberg Machine Building
This workshop is offered for teachers who wish to implement the Energy Transfer Machine competition in their curriculum. Fuel cells, energy transfers, Rube-Goldberg type machines, and techniques to inspire hands-on learning will be explored. In service credits are available.
This workshop provides teachers with hands-on experiences and tools to implement solar cooker design projects in their own classrooms. Workshops attendance is limited to two teachers per school. In service credits are available.
Would you like to bring the science of solar energy into your classroom? Explore the basics of photovoltaics and solar thermal technologies through hands-on learning during this workshop. In service credits are available.
This workshop is offered for teachers who wish to implement full scale photovoltaic design and construction projects in their curriculum. Topics include DC electric fundamentals, multi-meter usage, electrical safety, and photovoltaics in the classroom. In service credits are available.
Our Hydrogen Future
Our Hydrogen Future covers the historical aspects of hydrogen, safety, basic properties and emerging technologies. Facilitators model an inquiry-based approach to learning. All participants receive materials and access to hands-on equipment for use in their classrooms. In service credits are available.
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