Teacher Education Program
Macon Electric Cooperative is proud to have had a presence in local schools for numerous years teaching electrical safety to our future members. It came to our attention that in addition to electrical safety we could help provide information on Today’s Energy. To meet this need Central Electric Power Cooperative, working in conjunction with the University of Missouri wrote the curriculum for Energy in Today’s Classroom and began offering the course annually in 2013.
This 2 day course will be held at the University of Missouri – Columbia campus. The class will consist of energy topics including Energy Basics, Power Generation, Energy Efficiency, Energy Sources, Economics and Energy Production, and a Power Generation tour.
Upon completion of the class, the teachers will earn 1 graduate credit. This is a FREE graduate credit hour. Macon Electric Cooperative, working with Central Electric will cover all the expenses for the course for 2 teachers working at schools in and surrounding Macon Electric Cooperative’s service area. The scholarship will cover ALL expenses including tuition, meals, instructional material, and lodging if needed. An additional graduate hour, not awarded by the scholarship, can be earned upon completion of additional course requirements.
The 2018 TEP teachers have been selected! Congratulations to: Bridgett Bass, North Shelby and Dawn Johnson, Atlanta!
Stay tuned for more information regarding the 2019 competition!
Teacher Education Program Online Application
Instructors who are actively teaching middle school and/or high school science, agricultural science or a related subject in Macon Electric Cooperative’s service territory are eligible to apply for the scholarship. The scholarship will cover all expenses including tuition, meals, instructional material and lodging (if needed). The focus of this continuing education course will be energy. The workshop will feature speakers from the University of Missouri Columbia and industry experts. Participants will earn one graduate hour from the University of Missouri – Columbia or continuing education credit. An additional graduate hour, not awarded by the scholarship, can be earned upon completion of additional course requirements.