|Description||Learn to use the Energy Star Portfolio Manager, to track energy and water use in your school.
The Nebraska Energy Office is funding training on EPA's bench-marking tool to middle and high school teachers. The training will give you a starting point to find operational savings in your school and provide STEM curriculum opportunities for your students.
The University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) and the Nebraska Department of Education are developing curriculum incorporating the energy bench-marking tool into classroom exercises and projects, aligned with the new state science standards and offering experienced based learning for students.
Hands on training provided by UNO will be provided at several ESU locations.
All sessions will be from 9:00am to 3:00pm
To attend the Kearney ESU 10 site on July 31 - register here.
Other locations holding this training include:
Omaha ESU 19 on July 18
Milford ESU 6 on July 16
Scottsbluff ESU 13 on October 2
The cost of the working lunch will be covered by NPPD.
Metro School Districts and parochial schools within the same geographic area will be allotted one stipend per STEM/science teacher from each middle school or high school at $50/school. STEM/science teachers that are from rural area middle and high schools will be given $100/school.
|Location||Conference Rooms E & F - South Wing
July 31, 2018
|Distance Learning||No, this section can NOT be taken via distance learning.
|Lunch||Yes, lunch is provided.
|Students||No, student support is NOT enabled for this section.
|Extra Credit||No, this section can NOT be taken for college credit.