This 43-page student workbook was created to supplement the Summer Energy Education Program, offered by the Northern Wyoming Community College District from 2010 through 2012 with funding from a National Science Foundation's Advanced Technology Education grant. The program was designed to serve teachers and educators in northeastern Wyoming with an interest in math and science with hands-on activities and lessons in energy. The 2012 workbook is intended to "engage interested middle school students—those entering grades 7 and 8—with energy-related science experiences." It includes fact sheets, guided activities, and worksheets on topics like electricity and magnetism, human power, solar power, wind power, and more. The workbook is broken down into five days of activities to correspond with the week long program, but could easily be adjusted for class periods, and can be used in partnership with the related teacher handbooks from the program and workbooks from previous years.
(no comments available yet for this resource)