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eesmarts - High School Solar I: Collecting and Using Solar Energy
Educators will explore solar energy and heat, with a focus on energy transfer processes and the NGSS approach. Participants will learn how to engage students in the engineering cycle for two solar hot water heaters - one passive and one with a heat exchanger. Participants will receive a materials kit for use with their HS students, as well as specific lesson outlines.
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2022 eesmarts Summer Institute Workshop

Eversource, United Illuminating, and EnergizeCT, are proud to sponsor eesmarts™ , an energy efficiency and renewable energy education program, funded by the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund.

Through its K-12 lesson materials, eesmarts helps educators and schools teach the importance of becoming energy smart.  All eesmarts workshops provide no-cost professional development and Next Generation Science Standards aligned curriculum on energy, energy efficiency, renewable energy and electricity.  Any questions please contact us at eesmarts@energizect.com

Technology requirements for full course participation are:    

  • Laptop, desktop, or tablet computer
  • Broadband Internet access
  • Web browser
  • Audio input/output
  • Recommended: Webcam 

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Schedule(s):
Online MeetingDateStart TimeEnd TimeTitleLocationAddressRoomInstructor
Zoom Meeting 07/11/20229:00AM1:00PMeesmarts - High School Solar I: Collecting and Using Solar Energy Zoom MeetingONLINE VIRTUAL MEETING Connecticut 
 
Kathleen Brooks View Bio
Melanie Finn-Scofield View Bio