Agrivoltaics for Educators
The Colorado Agrivoltaic Learning Center is a resource for Colorado educators to learn more about agrivoltaics and to teach their students about clean energy, local food, and responsible land use. We help students to imagine a sustainable future and the many career opportunities agrivoltaics presents.
We want teacher to use our lessons and visit our Jack's Solar Garden while still covering required and important content. To that end, we have designed lessons that are aligned to Colorado Science Academic Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, and the AP Environmental Science Course and Exam Description. Below is a list of completed lessons:
If you would like the teacher keys for any of the above lessons or would like to request a lesson related to different coursework, please reach out to our Education Specialist, email@example.com
We partnered with a local artist, Jeff Goldberg, to collaborate with local teachers to put on photography workshops. Jeff is a full-time photographer in Boulder, Colorado. He enjoys all aspects of photography from nature/wildlife to working with aspiring models to educating community members about photography techniques. Possible photography workshop objectives include:
Integrating specific photography topics into a farm visit, e.g. texture, contrast, hard vs. soft light, manmade vs. natural
Practice with techniques that they have already learned with timed challenges, e.g. 30 minutes to create an image featuring the color green, same subject from different perspectives or lighting, etc.
Portrait creating sessions at the farm that can be tailored for the skills/equipment of your students
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for coordination and scheduling