Student Missions

Student-driven interactive modules, for use in and outside of class.

Build Empathy and Context

Mission (A) It's Personal: How water and energy shape my life

Objective: I can describe the unique water and/or energy context of my community



Mission (B) Student Knowledge Self-Assessment

Objective: I can identify my current actions and beliefs related to water and energy



Mission (C) Real STEM Heroes

Objective: I can compare and contrast my own interests and aspirations with that of a real STEM professional



Mission (D) Your Estimated Use vs. Your Actual Use

Objective: I can predict how much water and energy my home consumes and identify potential opportunities to be more efficient



Mission (E) Locate and Document Your Meter(s)

Objective: I can find the utility meters at my home and draw/take a picture of their meter face

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Mission (F) The Parts of a Meter

Objective: I can describe the parts of my meter(s) used to record a reading




Mission (G) Meter Reading Master

Objective: I can explain how to collect data from MY meter(s)

*Power tip 1: Focus on reading YOUR meter, not trying to read every type of meter

*Power tip 2: Work in small groups with others tracking the same type of meter 

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Mission (H) Verify Your Meter

Objective: I can verify the accuracy of the data I am collecting from my meter(s)



Mission (I) Log in, Record a Reading and establish a baseline

Objective: I can record enough data from my meter(s) to establish a baseline of my home / school's consumption


Mission (J) Troubleshoot and Fix Your Meter Readings

Objective: I can determine and correct errors in my meter readings



Mission (K) Home and School Efficiency Profile

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Mission (L) Home Audit Investigations



Mission (M) Design Your Experiment

Objective: I can design an experiment that measures the affect of an efficiency action(s) or behavior(s) that I will implement



Mission (N) Home Energy Challenge Log



Mission (O)  How will you communicate your findings?

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Mission (P) I've Got a story to tell