Energy Pathway

Learning Objectives


  • Deepen student learning by incorporating a cross-curricular approach to addressing this pathway, including math, the language arts, the social studies, technology, engineering, and the arts.
  • Investigate renewable and non-renewable energy sources and understand your state and local energy mix.
  • Investigate the impact natural resource consumption has on public health.
  • Investigate the impact natural resource consumption has on wildlife and habitat, globally and locally, including threatened and endangered species and landscapes.
  • Demonstrate simple low-cost or no-cost measures to conserve energy leading to lifetime habits that contribute to the conservation of wildlife habitat and species.
  • Research and summarize the potential for renewable energy use in your city and specifically at your school.  

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