Deputy Director, Academics
Energy Innovation Center
The interdisciplinary topic of energy resources can be embedded throughout K-12 curriculum. Whether you are teaching fourth graders the history of Wyoming or sophomores the laws of physics, energy resource studies can serve as a fascinating, real-world topic to engage students.
The University of Wyoming's School of Energy Resources is happy to support your efforts to integrate energy topics into your classroom in any subject area. Please periodically check back as we expect this webpage to become more comprehensive and effective in supporting your classroom efforts.
|LESSON TITLE||SUBJECT||GRADE LEVEL|
|Introducing Wyoming's Energy Resources
An overall introduction to Wyoming's energy resources
|Social Studies, Geography, Economics||3rd-6th|
Introduces students to energy resources available in Wyoming both in their location and terminology
|Social Studies, Geography, History||5th-8th
Energy Pros and Cons
|Geography, Science Social Studies||3rd-5th|
Mapping Wyoming’s Energy Resources
|Social Studies, Geography, Economics||3rd-5th|
More Than Words
|Social Studies, Geography, U.S. History, Language Arts||6th-8th|
To submit a K-12 energy lesson plan please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.