Our e-learning tool is an authoritative and up-to-date resource on renewable energy technologies.
Suitable for online education, this educational multimedia learning tool is designed and developed for college students, high school students, teachers and even consumers.
Get a first-hand exposure of this e-Learning portal by accessing our four-page colored brochure.
Our Goal: Preparing the next generation of innovators for the challenges and technologies of the future.
Facts to know:
For example, test scores from the 2018 Program for International Student Assessment (mathematics domain) revealed that U.S. 15-year-olds trailed their peers from 30 countries represented in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, a Paris-based group that represents the world’s richest countries. In science literacy, the result is somewhat better: U.S. 15-year-olds trailed their peers from 11 countries.
The above results underscore concerns that too few U.S. students are prepared to become engineers, scientists, and physicians, and that the country might lose ground to competitors.
Grassroots-level education on renewable energy technologies
We feel that due to the budget constraints felt by most school districts in America and Canada, millions of students have no access to information or opportunities for participation in vital renewable-energy research education.
Our e-learning tool is poised to become a valuable ONLINE resource that fills the gap of the renewable energy knowledge base for both college students and high school students.
Our e-learning tool has been developed, keeping in mind the goals and curriculum of the National Energy Education Development Project (NEED).
In 1980, the NEED Project began as a one-day celebration of energy education. A Joint Congressional Resolution established National Energy Education Day. A Presidential Proclamation from President Jimmy Carter proclaimed the need for comprehensive energy education in our nation’s schools, a reduction of our dependence on fossil fuels, and increasing use of renewable energy technologies and energy efficiency.
Today, the NEED program includes engaging curriculum materials, exciting professional development, turnkey assessment and evaluation tools, and high quality teacher support. NEED’s long-term partnership with the U.S. Energy Information Administration provides the data and energy analysis used to update NEED curriculum materials on an annual basis. In addition, the partnership provides educational content for classroom curriculum materials and is the foundation for the EIA Kid’s Page and the popular Energy Ant.
NEED believes in recognizing and rewarding excellence, and the Youth Awards Program for Energy Achievement showcases the work of teachers and students dedicated to teaching and learning about energy and all its aspects.
NEED teaches the science of energy and provides objective information about energy sources-their us and impact on the environment, economy, and society. NEED educates teachers, students, families, and the general public about energy consumption, efficiency and conservation and provides tools to help educators, energy managers, and consumers use energy wisely.
Our website has been designed to provide authentic information via knowledge base and tutorial on different types of renewable energy technologies. This educational online multimedia content with modular structure has been designed and developed specifically for college and high school students.
The e-learning tool’s information and services are accessible to anyone with an Internet connection.
We encourage teachers and students to become members of our e-learning portal to gain full access to the website.
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