Bringing interactive, renewable-energy focused science lessons to communities by bicycle
In 2015, Rachel Woods-Robinson and Elizabeth Case launched the first edition of Cycle for Science: a transamerica bicycle tour to teach K-12 students about physics and renewable energy. Now, fast forward to 2017 ... and Cycle for Science is back! This time, heading out into the Central Valley and Rachel was joined by an air quality specialist, Johanna Heyer, and an energy technology/policy wonk, Kelly Jiang. Their goal is to bring interactive, renewable-energy focused science lessons to communities by bicycle to demonstrate to students, scientists, and the public, via a carbon-free pedal powered trek, that science is an epic adventure! Learn more about Cycle for Science lesson plans and how to print a 3D copy of their SOL CYCLE.