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Wisconsin Energy Institute’s (WEI) Energy Institute for Educators — July 19-21, 2017 — Madison, WI

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Wisconsin Energy Institute’s (WEI) Energy Institute for Educators   —   July 19-21, 2017   —   Madison, WI

The Wisconsin Energy Institute's (WEI) Energy Institute for Educators provides the opportunity for educators to engage with cutting-edge energy research at UW–Madison, and gain practical tools and materials for teaching students fundamentals of energy and sustainable energy systems. The theme for the institute is "Energy, sustainability and climate change: Bridging contemporary science and engineering with classroom learning."

Institute Learning Goals:

Explain and apply the crosscutting concept of "Energy and matter: Flows, cycles and conservation" both in energy systems and classroom instruction
Engage with contemporary energy-related research and researchers at UW–Madison and WEI, and learn about related key challenges in science and engineering
Describe and explain the interplay between energy systems and sustainability issues such as climate change
Incorporate education materials related to clean energy systems in your teaching
What to expect:

Hands-on experience with high-quality instructional materials for teaching energy concepts
Time for reflection on effective teaching approaches with fellow educators
Support for the incorporation of education materials and instructional tools in your teaching
Tours of numerous energy laboratories and field sites, and discussions with researchers
Sharing and reflection on teaching activities in following school year through online forum
For more on what to expect, see 2016 program schedule and these photo highlights

Application deadline:  June 1, 2017   READ MORE

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