Energy & Action for New Hampshire Schools

a FREE professional development workshop for teachers of grades 4–12
with the Vermont Energy Education Program and Eco-Schools NH

Thursday, April 13, 48 pm

Wondering how to tackle energy concepts and take on projects designed to reduce energy use in your school or community? Come to a Next Generation Science Standards–linked workshop for teachers of grades 4–12 to help students use scientific analysis and data-based decision making to save electric, thermal, and/or transportation energy. We will explore the concept of energy literacy and how it is intertwined through NGSS, then provide specific strategies and resources to help your school tackle energy issues. The workshop will be a mix of hands-on, technical support, and teacher collaboration time with the goal of helping you start to design an academic-to-action project that bridges science and engineering with the social aspects of addressing climate change, saving money for communities, and empowering youth.

Location: NH Audubon’s McLane Center, 84 Silk Farm Rd, Concord, NH (Exit 2 off I-89).

Food: Pizza and salad dinner provided, plus coffee and refreshments.

Professional Development: 4 PD hours available.

Cost & registration: FREE! Please register at tinyurl.com/Apr13VEEPinNH.

Stipends: $100 stipends are available to the first 15 participants from registered Eco-Schools. Eco-Schools registration is easy and FREE! Register your school today at nwf.org/Eco-Schools-USA.aspx.

Questions: Kelly Dwyer, Eco-Schools NH Coordinator, kdwyer@nhaudubon.org.

Register now at tinyurl.com/Apr13VEEPinNH.