Energy Smart Schools, Wind Energy & Solar Photovoltaics
Posted by School District of Philadelphia on October 19, 2015
SUSTAINABLE ENERGY TEACHER TRAINING WORKSHOP I: Energy Smart Schools, Wind Energy & Solar Photovoltaics
Saturday, October 24, 2015
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
School District of Philadelphia
Central High School, Spain Conference Room
1700 W Olney Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19141
CITIZEN POWER, a nonprofit energy advocacy organization, is offering a FREE introductory renewable energy and energy efficiency workshop. Participants receive six Act 48 credit hours, lunch, and over $140 of teaching resources including: a model wind turbine, a solar energy kit, a multi-meter, an LED bulb, a Kill-A-Watt meter, a water-saving kit, a flicker-checker, a resource binder and flashdrive. Geared for 6th–12th grade teachers of energy-related curriculum (science, tech-ed & career-tech).
8:45AM sign-in / 9:00AM start time / 12:00PM lunch / 4:00PM conclusion
Register by October 19, 2015 through PD Planner
Search for “Sustainable Energy Workshop 1”
Click on the event created for October 24th on the PD Calendar
If you have questions about this session, please contact Meredith Mehra at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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