Solarize Your World: An Energy Science & Engineering Design Workshop!
We invite you to join the Concord Consortium’s “energy team” from Sunday, June 10, until Tuesday, June 12, at the York Harbor Inn in York Harbor, Maine, for an interactive “Solarize Your World” workshop. The workshop will introduce you to energy science and engineering design projects that bridge classroom learning with authentic real-world applications. Lodging, meals, and mileage reimbursement will be provided and participants will receive a $400 stipend for completing the workshop.

This project provides students with opportunities to think and work like scientists and engineers by equipping them with innovative technologies (e.g., Energy3D, a free CAD software: energy.concord.org/energy3d) to solve real-world problems and comprehensive curricula for learning knowledge and skills needed by cleantech employers.

This project is funded by generous grants from the National Science Foundation and General Motors (GM).

The Solarize Your World curricula aligns with Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS): ESS1 (Earth science related to seasons), PS3 (physical science related to energy), and ETS1 (engineering, technology, and applications of science).

To apply for the workshop, please answer the questions below by April 18. Note that we only have 25 spaces available, so we will review applications and confirm attendance by April 20.

1. First and last name *
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2. Email address *
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3. Phone number *
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4. School name and address *
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5. Excluding student teaching, how many years have you taught science in high school counting this year? *
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6. What classes are you currently teaching (Year 2017-2018)? Include: Title of the class, level, number of sections, and average number of students per section. *
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7. Please describe your experience, if any, with teaching engineering design. *
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8. Please describe your experience, if any, with teaching about solar and renewable energy. *
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9. What do you hope to gain from this training? Please be specific. *
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10. Do students have access to laptop computers in your classroom? If yes, what make and model (e.g., Mac, PC, etc.) and are they readily available? *
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11. Do you foresee any potential barriers to being able to pilot an energy science project in your classroom (e.g., support from department chair, time, etc.)? *
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Questions? Email energy@concord.org
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