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  • THE DAY BEFORE

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  • THE DAY BEFORE THAT

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    Sunday, December 24, 2006

    PLAY THE GAME!

    Board Game Helps Students Make Energy Choices
    December 19, 2006 (Newswise)

    - …Energy Choices, a new board game created by Clarkson University, is helping upstate New York middle schoolers…[learn] about the country's energy situation and the impact their own personal decisions have on energy conservation. Clarkson is hoping the game will help develop the next generation of energy-smart consumers by getting them to think about how energy choices are made, the role economics plays in these decisions and how to determine which trade-offs are acceptable and which are not.
    - With a role of the dice, the players confront challenges and must make energy decisions that balance environmental consequences with economic considerations…
    - The game was developed as part of the University's award-winning National Science Foundation-funded K-12 Project-Based Learning Partnership Program…

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