Overview of how energy is used, and how it can be conserved.
Definition of conservation, and conserving energy in transportation and at home.
Describes the change in public attitudes that has been driven by improving renewable energy technology.
The rate of human population growth is used in this video to demonstrate the importance of using energy efficienctly.
Lesson Plan for Energy Conservation and Efficiency.
Reviews the Law of Conservation of Energy and the different forms of energy.
Reviews the definition of conservation and ways to conserve energy in transportation and in the home.
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Energy Conservation.
To activate prior knowledge, to generate questions about a given topic, and to organize knowledge using a KWL Chart.
Summarize the main idea of a reading, create visual aids, and come up with new questions using a Four Square Concept Matrix.
Students will learn about our transition to smart meters, look at the carbon footprint of their own zip code, and predict how the carbon footprint might change in the future.
Coal is the most common fuel source to produce electricity. Coal plants convert the chemical energy in coal to the mechanical energy in steam pushing a turbine and then to electricity.
Discover why golf balls have dimples and how dimples on the surface of vehicles could improve fuel efficiency.
Learn what a smart grid is and how it could revolutionize the distribution and use of electrical power throughout a country.
This study guide summarizes the key points of Energy Conservation. You can download and customize it to suit your needs and study habits.