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The course is designed to engage students in learning how decisions are made while considering tradeoffs and stakeholders. Students learn about various forms of energy production and formulate which form of energy best meets the needs for Dakota Brown, a fictitious environmental engineer looking to relocate to a new state. This course acts as an introduction to learning about engineering design, alternative energy, or physical science concepts.

To enhance the experience, each participating teacher will also receive a PowerWheel valued at $179.00.  The PowerWheel was designed to be a foundational tool for the instruction of energy and physics.

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Date & Time

Wednesday, March 13
4:00pm – 5:30pm


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1.5 STEM Clock Hours Available for Purchase

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