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Rosa Solar Stoves Project
Clement Musonda,
Monday July 06, 2020
The Rosa Solar Stoves project is a story of the benefits of solar stoves in Zambia, including health, social, environmental, and educational benefits....Read the full story
US Online Day Camp With Activities And Virtual Tour Of Power Plant
Stacy Klein-Gardner,
Monday June 15, 2020
In effort to support parents everywhere and provide access to hands-on activities, the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) P12 Commission is proud to announce online summer camps! This article lists the energy-specific camps, but there are several more....Read the full story
Electric Vehicles Promotion Contest Seeks Middle School Entries.
Suzette Bienvenue,
Saturday September 21, 2019
Sacramento Municipal Utility District is hosting a contest for middle school students in their service area. Make a video on your cell phone about why electric vehicles are cool and compete to win cash and prizes. Enter by October 18 2019....Read the full story
Apply For Massachusetts K-12 Pilot Program For "Deeper Learning" W/ETO
Shawn Reeves,
Monday September 16, 2019
This fall, Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) will release the application for the Kaleidoscope Collective for Learning pilot program, which will give individual schools and entire districts the chance to apply to rethink classroom instruction around deeper learning....Read the full story
Innovate To Mitigate, A Climate Challenge For Students With Good Ideas
Shawn Reeves, Friday September 13, 2019
Innovate to Mitigate wants students or student groups to submit ideas about how to address climate change by reducing greenhouse gases. People around the world are working hard on this problem. To meet the big challenges we face, we need good ideas from everyone. This challenge encourages young people to unlock their immense potential for finding solutions! Students compete for a chance to win prize money and earn recognition from peers, community, and experts....Read the full story
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