Lesson One: Two Questions: What is Stewardship? Are All Energy Resources the Same?
Students consider how human actions of children their age aligns with their developing understanding of what it means to be a good steward.
Lesson Two: Wyoming – A Land of Many Resources
Students learn about the importance and variety of energy resources in Wyoming.
Lesson Three: Choices, Choices – Wyoming’s Energy Mix
Students learn that there are opposing points of view regarding energy resources and how good stewards must listen to all points of view about a resource.
Lesson Four: Force and Motion Exploration with Pinwheels
Students learn how wind speeds and direction in Wyoming affect a turbine.
Lesson Five: Where Does the Wyoming Wind Blow?
Students learn that Wyoming has a lot of wind, so the state has the potential to generate additional electricity using wind.
Lesson Six: How Do You Build a Better Wind Turbine?
Students address the issues that are preventing the greater use of wind farms in Wyoming.
Lesson Seven: Earth, Water, Sun – Elements That Work
Students learn about and compare/contrast the use of other renewable resources available in Wyoming.
Lesson Eight: YOU: The Missing Piece for Wyoming’s Future
Students identify ways they can be good stewards of Wyoming’s renewable energy resources.