Lesson One: What Does Stewardship Mean to You?
Students learn the meaning of stewardship and start to learn what it takes to be a steward.
Lesson Two: Overview of Wyoming’s Mineral & Energy Industry
Students learn about the importance of minerals and energy in Wyoming.
Lesson Three: Abundant Energy Resources
Students learn about Wyoming’s different minerals and energy resources.
Lesson Four: Making Resources Work
Students learn about the development of Wyoming’s minerals and energy.
Lesson Five: Powering Up the Country
Students learn the difference between renewable and nonrenewable resources and how they both relate to stewardship.
Lesson Six: Powering Up Wyoming’s Economy
Students learn how important mineral and energy resources are to Wyoming’s culture and economy.
Lesson Seven: Measuring Up
Students recognize the pros and cons of energy resources and that as stewards we must use all energy resources wisely since no single energy resource is sufficient to meet state, national, and global energy needs.
Lesson Eight: Chain Reactions
Students learn that there are many causes and effects related to Wyoming’s energy resources and being a steward impacts those causes and effects.
Lesson Nine: Engineering the Future
Students learn that scientists and engineers go through a design process to improve upon existing technology or create new, innovative solutions to problems that can improve our ability to steward Wyoming’s resources.
Lesson Ten: I Pledge to be a Steward
Students learn different ways they can serve as stewards of Wyoming’s minerals and energy.
Lesson Eleven: Wyoming Mineral Energy Fair
Students demonstrate their knowledge about being a steward of Wyoming’s mineral and energy resources by sharing their learning with a larger community.