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Friday, March 10 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Green Technologies for the 21st Century

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Reject the temptation to teach STEM disciplines out of a box. In this seminar you will learn how, with set of simple power and hand tools, and basic raw materials like steel rod, aluminum, plywood and PVC pipe, you can inspire your students to build working electrical generating wind turbines from scratch. We're not talking about models! These are the real thing that you can tower-mount on the roof of your building to generate useful electricity for experimentation or battery charging. This session emphasizes applying appropriate technology training and manual skills as the foundation for inspiring students to pursue Green Technology jobs in the 21st Century.

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Craig Parsley

CTE/Science Teacher, Louisa Boren K-8 STEM, Seattle
Craig Parsley has taught for sixteen years. He currently teaches CTE in Seattle. His career path includes 20 years as a pipefitter and refrigeration mechanic. His technical experience is in manufacturing process design, industrial forensics, air/hydronic balance and water well drilling.



Friday March 10, 2017 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Gala 4 1st Floor

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