Presentation on theme: "Leah Anderson Erinn Godfrey The Energy Coalition."— Presentation transcript:
Leah Anderson Erinn Godfrey The Energy Coalition
Hands on Standards-Based Award Winning Provided at No Cost PEAK Student Energy Actions Program
Empower elementary and middle school students to take action to create a more sustainable world educate others to use energy wisely explore green careers PEAK’s Mission:
PEAK’s Reach Funded through the CA Public Utilities Commission in partnership between The Energy Coalition (501(c)3) and investor-owned utilities statewide More than 25,000 CA students receive PEAK education annually
Correlated to 3 rd -7 th grade standards across disciplines (CCSS and NGSS to come!) Spanish Student Pages Accommodations Science lab toolkit (worth over $300!) Curriculum
Hands on Science!
Student Action at Home and at School
CA Independent Systems Operator
How Does PEAK Work?
Professional Development for Educators Teachers Receive training on our curriculum Learn why saving energy is important Try our hands-on Science labs Receive a stipend or sub reimbursement!
Site Support – Educational Assemblies Students Act out the electrical generation process Learn about the 4 PEAK Actions Are exposed to green careers
Classroom and Special Event Support Hands-on lab support Lesson planning assistance Green Careers presentations Green and science fair events Solar Lab visits Student recognition
Curriculum Lab set-up and trouble- shooting videos Spanish pages Accommodations Student Energy Challenge games Contests Green careers activity
Next Step: Attend a PEAK Teacher Training! Cost: Absolutely NO COST! We even pay for your substitute or provide a stipend Includes: Lunch, standards-based curriculum, and a toolkit of teaching supplies worth over $350! Upcoming Teacher Training: October 2 nd 9:30-3:30 Contra Costa County Office of Education OR Schedule a PEAK Teacher Training at YOUR School Site! Contact to find out To register online or to see a full list of PEAK workshops, visit:
PEAK Collaborates with County Offices of Education Other non-profits: Resource Area for Teaching; Lindsay Wildlife Museum; CA Academy of Science; Stopwaste.org DOE Office of Education and the Environment Local government: San Francisco, San Joaquin, San Jose Collaboration
Phone: (510) ext. 10 Contact Us!
Standards-based curriculum Toolkit of supplies for hands-on labs Educational assemblies Classroom assistance Support at community events Student contests & campaigns Energy Challenge software PEAK Teachers Receive