This workshop will include a discussion of the solar installation at our library, the process we went through for funding, and our informational kiosk for the public to view our system.
Learn about the largest solar array on a school in Wisconsin and how teachers from across subject areas are utilizing this resource as a teaching tool.
Students ask, “Where will I ever use this in my life?” Finding ways to answer this in a meaningful way can impact students for the rest of their lives.
This program is designed to educate teachers on the basics of maple syrup production. After attending this clinic the educators will receive a lesson plan to take back to the classroom.
Find out how the Wisconsin Green Schools Network (WGSN) Fostering Inquiry and Empowering Learners through Discovery (FIELD) coaching program builds teacher capacity to use the environment as a context for relevant and meaningful learning.
Discover ways to create joyful learning experiences using your school’s built and natural environment as the context for standards-based instruction across multiple disciplines.
Learn how to create and share innovative and time-tested solar electric (PV) and wind energy activities adaptable to all age groups and learning levels. Bonus activity ideas provided for geothermal, micro-hydro, and landfill raptors.
We’ll cover the trials and successes of a recent leadership program at Gonzaga University. This program worked with 22 undergraduates to make a strong cohort, developing both leadership and sustainability knowledge.
Learn how to teach solar principles in your classroom using some of the tools of the trade to engage students!