Field Trip Database
Our Field Trip Guide is a collection of sites where learners can study energy along with history, nature, society, and other topics, anywhere in the world.
With support of a grant from the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative, Renewable Energy Trust, EnergyTeachers.org gathered a database of dozens of interesting sites for educators and students, around Massachusetts. We are now expanding the database to include field trips anywhere in the world.
This guide helps teachers find out about what students can learn at each site, whom to contact about visiting, and geographic information.
In 2007, EnergyTeachers.org sent printed copies to 1300 schools for free, and provided hundreds to teachers at conferences.
- Field Trip Guide at EnergyTeachers.org : http://energyteachers.org/fieldtripguide.php
- Target grants for educational field trips : https://corporate.target.com/corporate-responsibility/grants/field-trip-grants
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Related Bibliography Items
- Bedford, Henry F., Seabrook Station : citizen politics and nuclear power. 1990
- Cole, Joanna; Degen, Bruce, The magic school bus and the electric field trip. 1997
- Cole, Joanna; Degen, Bruce, The magic school bus at the waterworks. 1986
- Glenn Adams, Maine's windkeepers: From ship masts to windmills. 2009-08-12
- Krishna Ramanujan, Bio-acoustic recorders could answer question: Do wind farms pose risks to migratory birds?. 2009-06-23
- Lombardo, Daniel, Windmills of New England: Their Genius, Madness, History & Future. 2003
- Mark Clayton, College campus blows off some steam. 2009-07-26