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Academic Education and Training Programs

Welcome to the Hydropower Academic Education and Training Programs section. This map shows hydropower programs at the high school, college, graduate school, and vocational school levels.

Education Levels

High School
EDIT TEXT: As students enter high school, we can address more complicated concepts with hydro characteristics and generating electricity from hydropower. Additionally, these concepts can be addressed in different classes like physics, engineering, and environmental and earth sciences.
College
EDIT TEXT: As students transition from high school to college, we can continue to address more complicated concepts with hydro characteristics and generating electricity from hydropower. Similar to high school, in college these concepts can be addressed in different classes like physics, engineering, and environmental and earth sciences. The concepts and resources listed here are appropriate for first and second year courses.
Graduate School
EDIT TEXT: As students transition to graduate school, ...
Vocational School
EDIT TEXT: Vocational school students... Vocational school resources will be available later in 2020.

Resource Categories

Visualizations, Animations, Videos, Games
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Curricula, Pacing Guides, Lesson Plans
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Site Visits, Learning Experiences, Water Power Professional Education Network
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Teach the Teacher Programs, Teacher Kits
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