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Illinois State University has designed and implemented a Smart Grid for Schools program, which offers schools the opportunity to learn about the new Smart Grid technology currently being rolled out by the utilities companies in your area. This program engages students, kindergarten-12th grade, with Smart Grid in a fun, hands-on way and incorporates Next Generation Science Standards.
Put your students in-the-know with our classroom workshop presented by industry leaders. Our curriculum is designed to captivate young minds with hands-on activities and experiments to explore electric utility strategy and planning. We also offer training to help teachers present our curriculum into their own lesson plans for an in-depth unit of classroom study.
Smart Grid for Schools training is required, and there is a stipend for attending the training. (If you attended training in the summer of 2017 or more recently, you do not need to attend training again.) You must register in advance.
May 9, 2019 - Smart Grid Training from 4:30 to 8:00 at Prairie Central School in Fairbury.
Step 2 - Schedule the Exhibits to Visit Your School
Complete the Booking Request Form online, which will include your preferred dates for the exhibits to visit your school. Be sure to read all the facility requirements for the exhibits on our Configurations page.
Download the Curriculum for the appropriate grade level. Instructional videos will be provided to guide you through the lesson.
Interactive, hands-on exhibits will visit your school for optimal student learning. There is a stipend available for hosting the exhibits in your school.
For more information, please contact:
Olesya Courier, CeMaST Marketing, Event & Project Coordinator
Phone: (309) 438-1898