Resource: Solar Power, Fuel Cells, Wind Power and Other Important Environmental Studies for Upper Elementary and Middle School Gifted Students and Their Teachers: Technology, Problem-Solving and Invention Guide
Website: Solar Power, Fuel Cells, Wind Power and Other Important Environmental Studies for Upper Elementary and Middle School Gifted Students and Their Teachers: Technology, Problem-Solving and Invention Guide
Author: Roman, H.
ISBN: ISBN-10: 0910609543; ISBN-13: 978-0910609548
Publisher: Gifted Education Press
URL: http://www.amazon.com/Important-Environmental-Elementary-Students-Teachers/dp/0910609543
Year: 2008
Description: The Fourteen Enriched Chapters in Harry's book are designed to stimulate the Imaginations and Problem-Solving Skills of gifted students. The chapters are: Solving Problems: A Quick Reflection; About Technology Education; Technology - History - Economy - Society Connection; Building Critical Career Skills While Still in School; Solar Power: Here Comes the Sun; Fuel Cells: An Exciting, New, Clean Energy Option; Wind Power: The Fastest Growing Alternate Energy Technology; Archaeological Investigations of Garbage; Organizational Skills: Teaching Timelines; Creative Communications: A Portal to Invention; The Internet: You Ain't Seen "Nuttin" Yet; Creative Makeovers in Your School; More Communications "Stuff"; Edison's Hands: Study of a Genius of Technology and Invention.

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