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TimestampScoreYour STEMhero student number(s)Filter by Your teacher's email below >>Having a career that helps the environment is extremely important to me.I think that it is important to save energy.My classmates and family should conserve more energy.I would do more to save energy if I knew how.The way I personally use energy does not really make a difference to the energy issues that face our nation.I don't need to worry about turning the lights off in the classroom, because the school pays for the electricity.We don’t' need to worry about conserving energy, because new technologies will be developed to solve the energy problems for future generations.I try to conserve energy.I turn off the lights when I’m the last person to leave a room.I turn off things like TVs, computers, video games, and music players when I leave the room.I use a power strip to turn off appliances.I talk to my family about saving energy at home (for example, shutting off lights when they are not in use, turning down the heat, closing doors and windows).I remember to open curtains in the winter to help heat the house.In the winter, I turn the heat down before bed.In the winter, I turn the heat down before I leave the house.Create a plan to address the problem?Get other people to care about the problem?Express your views in front of a group of people?Identify individuals or groups who could help with the problem?Participate in activities that conserve energy?Create a plan to address the problem?Get other people to care about the problem?Express your views in front of a group of people?Identify individuals or groups who could help with the problem?Participate in activities that conserve energy?What type of meter is shown in the photos?An electricity meter measures the electricity we use in units called...Which type of lightbulb is most energy efficient?When you turn on an incandescent light bulb, some of the energy is converted into light and the rest is converted into…What is the recommended thermostat setting for your heater when leaving your home?Why should devices like video game consoles and televisions be unplugged when not in use?Which of the following actions does NOT save energy?Electricity used in my home adds to carbon dioxide concentrations in the earth’s atmosphere.No problem. What's your teacher's name or email?Have you watched the video?
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tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.orgRank the statements based on your current attitudes.....1 = Strongly agree, 3 = unsure, 5 = Strongly disagreeRank the statements based on your current behavior.......1 = Never, 3 = Sometimes, 5 = AlwaysIf you found out your school and home could reduce how much energy they use, how well do you think ______ ..... ( 0 = Definitely Can't, 2 = Maybe, 4 = Definitely Can)If you found out your school and home could reduce how much energy they use, how well do you think ______ ..... ( 0 = Definitely Can't, 2 = Maybe, 4 = Definitely Can)Correct: ElectricityCorrect: Kilowatthours (kWh)Correct: Light Emitting Diode Bulb (LED)Correct: HeatCorrect: 68 degreesCorrect: Because they carry phantom loadsCorrect: Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperatureCorrect: Yes
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10/17/2018 9:40:257 / 71
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
322345 - Strongly Disagree333421 - Never1 - Never22333224ElectricityKilowatthours (kWh)
Light Emitting Diode Bulb (LED)
Heat68 degrees
Because they carry phantom loads
Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperature
TRUE
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10/18/2018 18:02:113 / 72
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
325 - Strongly Disagree3345 - Always5 - Always32224244ElectricityKilowatthours (kWh)I'm not sureI'm not sure68 degreesI don't know
Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperature
I don't know
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10/21/2018 18:28:362 / 73
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
245 - Strongly Disagree324221 - Never1 - Never44244324ElectricityKilowatthours (kWh)I'm not sureI'm not sure75 degreesI don't know
Putting on a hoodie instead of turning up the heater
I don't know
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10/21/2018 18:27:472 / 73
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
245 - Strongly Disagree324221 - Never1 - Never44244324ElectricityKilowatthours (kWh)I'm not sureI'm not sure75 degreesI don't know
Putting on a hoodie instead of turning up the heater
I don't know
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10/18/2018 22:15:073 / 74
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
25 - Strongly Disagree21 - Never1 - Never333334433ElectricityI'm not sure
Light Emitting Diode Bulb (LED)
I'm not sureI don't knowI don't know
Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperature
TRUE
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10/18/2018 18:59:365 / 75
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
35 - Strongly Disagree44445 - Always1 - Never3423ElectricityKilowatthours (kWh)I'm not sureHeatI don't know
Because they carry phantom loads
Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperature
TRUE
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10/18/2018 18:49:025 / 75
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
22345 - Strongly Disagree3432223423444334ElectricityKilowatthours (kWh)I'm not sureHeat68 degrees
Because they carry phantom loads
Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperature
I don't know
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10/18/2018 10:02:495 / 76
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
5 - Strongly Disagree35 - Always5 - Always344ElectricityKilowatthours (kWh)
Light Emitting Diode Bulb (LED)
Heat58 degrees
Because they can turn on by themselves
Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperature
TRUE
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10/17/2018 17:25:312 / 77
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
2445 - Strongly Disagree44442234434ElectricityI'm not sureIncandescent BulbHeat75 degreesI don't know
Putting on a hoodie instead of turning up the heater
I don't know
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10/18/2018 9:39:234 / 78
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
345 - Strongly Disagree33245 - Always4444444444ElectricityKilowatthours (kWh)I'm not sureHeatI don't know
Because they carry phantom loads
Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperature
I don't know
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10/17/2018 17:03:243 / 79
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
3245 - Strongly Disagree31 - Never223223ElectricityVolts (V)
Light Emitting Diode Bulb (LED)
I'm not sure75 degrees
Because they carry phantom loads
Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperature
I don't know
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10/17/2018 21:57:562 / 711
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
3224432421 - Never1 - Never4233222ElectricityVolts (V)I'm not sureI'm not sure68 degreesI don't know
Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperature
I don't know
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10/11/2018 17:04:071 / 712
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
2324322431 - Never1 - Never32322ElectricityVolts (V)I'm not sureGlare75 degrees
Because they can turn on by themselves
Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperature
I don't know
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10/17/2018 20:31:134 / 713
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
43421 - Strongly Agree443235 - Always243234243ElectricityVolts (V)
Light Emitting Diode Bulb (LED)
Heat68 degrees
Because it makes them last longer
Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperature
FALSE
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10/17/2018 22:14:532 / 714
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
323222341 - Never5 - Always4323223ElectricityHorsepower (HP)Incandescent BulbI'm not sureI don't know
Because they carry phantom loads
Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperature
FALSE
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10/17/2018 17:36:405 / 715
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
223345 - Strongly Disagree3442231 - Never234234ElectricityVolts (V)
Light Emitting Diode Bulb (LED)
Heat68 degrees
Because they carry phantom loads
Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperature
FALSE
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10/17/2018 22:06:404 / 716
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
2325 - Strongly Disagree31 - Never1 - Never3ElectricityI'm not sureIncandescent BulbHeat68 degrees
Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperature
TRUE
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10/17/2018 22:21:473 / 717
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
5 - Strongly Disagree4343243342433ElectricityI'm not sureIncandescent BulbHeat68 degreesI don't knowI don't knowI don't know
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10/17/2018 22:05:247 / 718
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
2225 - Strongly Disagree434245 - Always3242444ElectricityKilowatthours (kWh)
Light Emitting Diode Bulb (LED)
Heat68 degrees
Because they carry phantom loads
Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperature
TRUE
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10/16/2018 17:37:152 / 719
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
22235 - Strongly Disagree434232234432ElectricityVolts (V)
Light Emitting Diode Bulb (LED)
Electrons58 degrees
Because it makes them last longer
Putting on a hoodie instead of turning up the heater
FALSE
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10/11/2018 17:01:522 / 720
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
322223344431 - Never1 - Never4344242PropaneDegrees Fahrenheit (F)
Light Emitting Diode Bulb (LED)
Glare68 degreesI don't know
Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperature
I don't know
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10/11/2018 17:01:285 / 721
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
32225 - Strongly Disagree343245 - Always5 - Always44ElectricityKilowatthours (kWh)Incandescent BulbHeat75 degrees
Because they carry phantom loads
Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperature
TRUE
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10/16/2018 18:05:222 / 722
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
32235 - Strongly Disagree4441 - Never24344323334ElectricityVolts (V)
Light Emitting Diode Bulb (LED)
I'm not sureI don't knowI don't know
Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperature
I don't know
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10/17/2018 18:21:414 / 725
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
322422432445 - Always23223243ElectricityKilowatthours (kWh)I'm not sureHeatI don't know
Because they can turn on by themselves
Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperature
TRUE
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10/18/2018 9:38:242 / 726
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
42235 - Strongly Disagree42221 - Never1 - Never22332224ElectricityI'm not sure
Light Emitting Diode Bulb (LED)
I'm not sureI don't know
Because it makes them last longer
Putting on a hoodie instead of turning up the heater
I don't know
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10/16/2018 21:48:452 / 7
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
32245 - Strongly Disagree4342324342332ElectricityDegrees Fahrenheit (F)I'm not sureI'm not sure68 degreesI don't know
Leaving the heat or air conditioner running while away so the home stays at the same temperature
I don't know
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10/11/2018 17:01:553 / 7
tbarsotti@saintpaul-school.org
34241 - Strongly Agree2245 - Always1 - Never432443ElectricityKilowatthours (kWh)
Light Emitting Diode Bulb (LED)
Electrons75 degrees
Putting on a hoodie instead of turning up the heater
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