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Electricity in the classroom and education in the wilderness

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There were solar panels in the snowy parking lot of Chequamegon Middle School, wires coming in the science classroom windows, gigantic batteries on the desks, frying pans heated by magnetism running through coils of wire, and about 70 seventh graders cooking their own lunch.

In the center of the action was a man standing with all the calm of a zen master, while directing a passel of students who hovered around the classroom. A math problem was tossed out for the general student body to mull over, disguised in a story, and was met by a series of groans from the youngsters.

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