Projects teach N.M. sixth-graders about energy conservation

04/4/2013 | Santa Fe New Mexican, The

Sixth-graders at Ortiz Middle School in Santa Fe, N.M., learned about energy conservation through hands-on projects in science and home-economics classes. Through partnerships with nonprofit organizations, government agencies and a community college, students participated in projects to compare incandescent and fluorescent light bulbs and to design a superhero conservation mascot costume using recycled materials, such as solar panels, that reflected an energy-conservation theme.

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