Video-Based Curriculum from the Switch Energy Alliance:
Energy Decisions for a Sustainable Future
Los Angeles Convention Center - 507
Discover Switch Classroom, a free, online, objective
curriculum about energy use and nonrenewable and renewable resources centered on
AP Environmental Science and NGSS Energy standards.
Takeaways: 1. Explore Switch Energy Alliance resources, including Switch Classroom, energy videos, and full-length documentaries. The Switch Classroom curriculum covers six units of comprehensive lessons detailing renewable and nonrenewable energy sources, energy production fundamentals, and how energy decisions are made; 2.
Learn how to set up your own class using Switch Classroom, creating a customized energy unit for your students that includes video and your choice of activities that include multiple-choice quizzes, critical-thinking writing and diagramming, and lab and math-based calculation activities; and 3.
Increase your students' ability and skills to explain concepts, analyze visual representations, and propose solutions to complex energy decisions in a nonpartisan and objective manner.
Leslie Horne (New Market Junior/Senior High School: Newmarket, NH), James Corboy (Long Beach Unified School District: Signal Hill, CA)
Presenter Materials for this Session:
(Materials are only accessible to NSTA Members)
Switch Energizing Your Energy Curriculum Handout.pdf
Energizing Your Energy curriculum.pptx