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Climate Solutions Workshop For Educators

Saturday10/171:30 pm - 2:30 pm

The Wisconsin K-12 Energy Education Program and the Wisconsin Energy Institute are excited to bring no-cost interactive climate solutions workshops to your middle or high school classroom. Explore the En-ROADS simulation with us as you network with other teachers and imagine how this workshop fits into your curriculum.

En-ROADS is an intuitive, online simulation model that allows users to test climate change solutions (energy supply, economic growth, etc.) to deepen understanding of how these systems interact. An En-ROADS workshop is a great way to engage students across all subject areas to develop data literacy that informs decision-making and spurs action in the context of climate solutions.

A workshop can be an excellent supplement to an energy or climate unit, a focus area for AP Environmental Studies or as a follow-up to using STEMhero in the classroom. En-ROADs is best for the high school level, but can be scaffolded to your classrooms’ needs.

REGISTER to join this free workshop to try En-ROADS for yourself and learn how KEEP and WEI are partnering to virtually bring En-ROADS to your classroom this school year for free!

This is an online event.

Event Details:

https://energy.wisc.edu/events/climate-solutions-workshop-educators
Event Category: Technology, Math & Engineering
Event Features: Online Event
Event Type: Online Event
Age: Adults
Admission: Free

Venue:

UW-Madison (Wisconsin Energy Institute)
Madison, WI 53726

Contact:

Wisconsin Energy Institute
6089313358
agbender@wisc.edu
www.energy.wisc.edu

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