Windwise Education Program, Kid Wind Project
This learning activity takes two 45 min class periods.Learn more about Teaching Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness»
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About the Content
- Students analyze data to compare and contrast potential sites for constructing wind farms.
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About the Pedagogy
- Group-based activity where students analyze and interpret maps and synthesize environmental, community, and planning data to determine the most suitable site for siting a wind farm. Groups then present their proposals to the class.