Educational materials from Australia's petroleum industry include a FAQ, online fact sheets written for secondary school students, and curriculum materials (some downloadable, some for sale) for primary teachers.
KEEP's mission is to initiate and facilitate the development, dissemination, implementation, and evaluation of energy education programs within Wisconsin schools. Includes activity guides, curriculum materials, inservice information, links and publications for teachers.
National alternative fuel education program for high schools. Hands-on energy awareness through design, construction and racing of electric vehicles with integration of math, science, engineering and language art disciplines.
Learn how to build your very own nanocrystalline dye-senitized solar cell.
A comprehensive site about energy and energy education, this site contains resources for both students and teachers including games, discussions, and monthly focuses.
Solar Energy Notes and Links. Solar electricity. Solar car and inventor's kits for children.
Web-books, papers, articles and links about energy science and technology. Written for laypeople as well as scientists it covers theories, applications, conservation, physics, chemistry and biology.
Information, experiments, games, and other educational resources related to renewable energy and the future of energy. From Milton Hydro, Ontario, Canada.
An interactive, multi-media energy education website for school students. You can take a Virtual Reality tour of different types of power stations, watch videos, take an on-line quiz, do experiments, or participate in regular events like competitions, chats and field trips.
The Kids Schoolhouse is a fun, interactive way for kids to learn about electricity, natural gas, and energy conservation. The Energy College and energy fact sheets inform homeowners about how to reduce their energy use.