Thursday, January 20 • 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Project E3: Expanding Energy Education

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Project E3: Expanding Energy Education is an interdisciplinary curriculum for grades K—12 featuring 24 hands-on discovery activities and issues related to earth science and energy themes. Correlated to the TEKS, it includes science, social studies, math, physics, language arts, and environmental activities. During the grade-appropriate Offshore Energy Center’s workshops, teachers learn about the curriculum plus other exciting classroom resources. The Offshore Energy Center has facilitators throughout the state that can possibly facilitate free workshops in your district. Each participant who attends one of our 6 hour workshops receives a FREE guide that has been expanded to 50 + lessons, access to our traveling trunks filled with additional activities, and 6 hours of CPE and TEEAC credit. Come learn about our Mobile Offshore Learning Unit (MOLU) that we have been taking to designated cities in Texas. These trips have been fully funded by the Foundation for Energy Education.

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Doris Tomas

Director, Oilfield Energy Center
Doris Tomas is the Director of Education at the Oilfield Energy Center. She is in charge of educational outreach, and the design and the development of programs. Doris created and oversees the earth science traveling museum called the MOLU (mobile oilfield learning unit) that travels... Read More →

Thursday January 20, 2011 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Concho Main Floor

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