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The site is comprised of the following sections:
- Our home page loads very fast and offers quick links to the rest of the site.
- Books, periodocials, and multimedia teachers may find useful. Entries include abstracts, notes, and call letters from the Library of Congress. Many of these books are part of our library for teachers to borrow; drop us a line (see below).
- Field Trip Guide
- This section was developed first as a book for Massachusetts teachers, a showcase of interesting sites. The structure of this database has allowed us to expand it geographically. Users can request destinations sorted by distance from any US location.
- Participate in our dynamic online bulletin board—Share comments about books, carpools to professional development, lesson plans, ideas for field trips, special topics like fuel cells and Junior Solar Sprint
- Well organized, annotated links to all of the sites on the World Wide Web that ETO uses. Contact us if you find that we're missing any or if a link doesn't work.
- Read the ET Community News, announcements for educators and students about opportunities and events, and interesting stories. Or, if you're into using RSS/XML to quickly digest/search our news articles, read the RSS feed of news headlines and briefs. . You can also download copies of the print newsletter, with in-depth features on practical, new curriculum. You are welcome to submit your own article to the ET Community News if you have anything to share with our readership. You can also subscribe to our printed issue for free.
- Special projects we're developing at EnergyTeachers.org. More than a lesson plan, these are explorations of interesting subjects in energy, or special events like Green Dollhouse Challenge and resource-collections. On each project's detail page, there's a description, connections to our topical links-pages, and links to relevant documents.
- Teachers' Goals (Ideas for planning your entire curriculum)
- Curricular objectives are classified, and each objective is accompanied by a brief description and links to useful resources which serve that objective. We need to know what your goals are so we can add appropriate ideas.
- This guide to workshops from many providers allows educators to find opportunities based on date and location. The guide gives workshop dates, registration deadlines, a description, e-mail addresses, and links for more information. Providers can easily add their listing.
The best way to reach us is by clicking the "Contact" link at the left of most every page here.
You can also send us e-mail:
To discuss over the phone, call Shawn at 917-653-4342