The academies are designed to provide high school teachers and two-year college instructors with hands-on experience and instructional training necessary to incorporate renewable energy technology into their own classrooms. The academies are taught by veteran industry experts, and are based on existing programs certified by national training/accrediting bodies such as the National Alternative Fuel Training Consortium and the Institute for Sustainable Power Quality. Two academies will be offered each summer in a staggered pattern to meet the scheduling needs of teachers. Funding through the National Science Foundation allows CERET to provide teachers with stipends to offset the costs of tuition, travel, room and board for the class.
Interested in teaching solar principles in effective, engaging ways in your classroom? Join us in Madison, Wisconsin for the second annual STEM Educator Solar Institute. At the institute, you’ll install and commission a residential size solar photovoltaic array. In addition, you’ll perform (and take with you) hands-on classroom lab activities that will enable you to bring solar energy to life in your classroom.
Join us Wednesday, July 6th—Friday, July 8th
Please send materials for this application to:
- Email attachments: (preferred method)
- Postal Mail:
Joel Shoemaker, Madison Area Technical College,
2125 Commercial Avenue
Madison, WI, 53704
(please include a cover page labeled: STEM Solar Educator Institute
ATTN: Joel Shoemaker)