Photo of teacher with LED and incandescent bulbs, photo by Tim Leach
AK EnergySmart teacher

AK EnergySmart (AKES) is a free K-12 curriculum designed by Alaskans to raise energy literacy in the Arctic. Through interdisciplinary lessons that investigate how energy is all around them, why we need energy and how energy can be conserved, this curriculum gives students valuable insights they can pass along to their families. The lessons guide youth to a better awareness of how they use energy, and the importance of taking measures to use energy wisely both at home and school. AK EnergySmart lessons are broken into K-2, 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12 lessons that are all available online to download for free.

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Website, Classroom, Activity, Lesson Plan

NOAA B-WET is a grant program that supports Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences (MWEEs) for teachers and students across the USA. NOAA B-WET evaluation’s system was designed to determine to what extent its professional development and student programs are having collective impact by meeting desired outcomes, and to identify MWEE best practices.

Man observing leaf along forest path
Moderator Endorsed: Conservation & Behavior Change

Learn how address and respond to climate change in the areas of food, energy, transportation and the built environment (cities) through this free (without certification) Massive Open Online Course on Coursera.



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