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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Education, Educational Services

Mission: We will improve curriculum in science, technology, and engineering by helping teachers share best practices and ideas.

Results: Free, quarterly newsletter to over 1500 teachers; free book on field trips with useful info to over 1500 schools; consulting dozens of teachers with classroom visits, equipment lending, and books.

Target demographics: All students, all teachers, but especially new teachers with few resources in low-income schools.

Direct beneficiaries per year: 800

Geographic areas served: Northeast US in person, All US by mail

Programs: Education, general/other: attended estimated 5 conferences, serving estimated 2000 teachers, giving away free educational materials, offering workshops for educators and students. (2000 teachers)

education, general/other: maintain web site for an estimated 30000 teachers. (30000 teachers)

educational event in new york and massachusetts, green dollhouse challenge.

mailed newsletters to 600 educators around the country.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Energyteachers has an undeniable commitment to energy education. They sent one of their representatives to observe, participate, and aid in facilitating one of our three-day teacher/student workshops. His fluency with energy production/usage and his understanding of the physics that underlies wind, water, and solar energy was a valuable contribution. We also benefitted greatly from his expertise in pedagogical strategies, like emphasis on constructing models, for scaffolding energy concepts. Beyond this, Energyteachers also lent us equipment for a student wind activity and a demonstration which clearly illustrated the principle of induction.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 4

The Northeast Sustainable Energy Association collaborates with Energy Teachers. This organization is easy to work with and provides terrific resources for teachers on energy education.