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OTHER BENEFITS

Continuing Education Credits

Each participant will receive continuing education credits for attending and completing the workshop.

Money

The workshop registration, event lodging, and meals at the event are included. 

Mileage

Each participant will receive a reimbursement for mileage to and from the event. 

Resources

All attendees will receive a NEED Science of Energy Kit, access to all NEED Curriculum Guides and supplemental resources.

Rooming

All attendees will have their own seperate room. 

EMPOWER ENERGY EDUCATION WORKSHOP

If you’re a K-12 educator interested in teaching your students more about energy, EMPOWER is for you. This Energy Education Workshop provides an exciting opportunity to learn about electricity generation and distribution, with a focus on energy education and fun ways to integrate it into your classroom using curriculum designed for your students.

This engaging, hands-on energy exploration workshop will equip you to present a balanced approach to electric generation and distribution — with fun, up-to-date resources and curriculum.

Contact Sarah Hansen for more details

(251) 246-9081

WHAT DID THE TEACHERS HAVE TO SAY?

“I had no idea that this workshop would be as ’empowering’ as it was. This workshop empowered me to learn many aspects about energy that I had not really thought of before. I was in awe over so many things that I think, we, as educators and the general public are not aware of.”

EDNA BILLINGSLEY

McIntosh Elementary School

“I teach energy and electricity as two different units. I think that these activities would be a great unit to squeeze between those two units. These activities will reinforce energy and energy conservation, but would be a good springboard for our unit on electricity. My students will benefit from the multi-faceted way that these lessons are designed. They don’t just teach standards, but understanding of energy.”

Taylor Matheson

Thomasville Middle School

“The networking was great – I met so many great educators! However, I learned so much about energy and energy conservation that I did not know before and I feel so much more knowledgeable now! We were taught in the same manner that we will teach our students – hands on – and that was great!”

Betsy Turner

Fruitdale High School