Renewable Energy K-12 Education Outreach
K-12 outreach Coordinator Barb Moskal
The REMRSEC K-12 outreach team works with sixteen school districts in the Denver metro area and on the Western Slope of Colorado. Adams County District 50 is the primary focus of the Center’s K-12 outreach activities. Through the Center’s dissemination efforts fifteen other districts receive secondary benefits. Adams County District 50 has large minority populations and a high percentage of students receiving free or reduced cost lunches. The other partner districts have similar demographics.
The Center provides the opportunity for elementary, middle school, and high school students and teachers to become immersed in activity-based, hands-on mathematics, science, and engineering activities. These activities are also supported by the Bechtel Foundation, Denver Foundation, and JP. Morgan Foundation, Shell Corporation, and National Science Foundation.
Please use these links to access more information about REMRSEC and Colorado School of Mines K-12 initiatives.
K-12 Learning Partnership
Colorado School of Mine K-12 Learning Partership partners with Colorado’s Adams County District 50 to provide the opportunity for teachers and students to be immersed in mathematics, science and technology at the elementary, middle school and high school levels.
K-12 Teachers Renewable Energy Summer Workshop
K-12 Teachers Renewable Energy Summer Workshops have provided solar and renewable energy modules to over 30 teachers in minority serving schools. The topics for the Renewable Energy Summer Workshop are energy basics, solar energy, hydrogen and energy efficiency.