Energy in Today’s Classroom is a two-day course designed to fully support Missouri’s statewide educational standards. The course provides teachers with a background in energy and energy production. The program is held in Jefferson City during August of each year. Teachers attending the course will participate in 15 hours of classroom training over a period of two consecutive days. Teachers who successfully complete the course will receive a certificate of 15 hours of personal development.
In addition to the materials and information covered during the course, participating teachers will also take home a classroom kit for their use at no cost. Tools and reference guides are included in the kit along with several hands-on demonstration tools to enhance classroom opportunities.
Energy in Today's Classroom offers participating teachers knowledge and information in the following areas:
- Energy basics
- Energy sources
- Power generation and transmission
- Economics and energy production
- Energy transfer
- The history and future of energy
Teachers, to be considered for this program submit your application to the cooperative.