Alternative energy is now one of the most important socio-scientific issues in Taiwan, and wind power energy is a prospective alternative energy to the future. The teaching materials and curriculums nowadays do not examine much on wind power energy; therefore, the main purpose of the research is to discuss about the implementation process, the students’ learning effect, and the teachers’ teaching reflection through the project “Together to Explore Wind” which was carried out to the first graders in the high school where the researcher works as a teacher. This is a Design-based research, the objects of the study are 24 first graders and the experimental teaching lasts for a semester. The conclusions are summarized below:
I. “Together to Explore Wind” is a project based on the theory of Civic action approach, and it is implemented on the first graders’ multiple elective curriculum (Practice activity, inspection activity and exploring wind presentation.). It allows students to improve their cognition, feelings, and fulfillment, and recognize on the wind power energy issue.
II. To help the students learn in a diverse way, the teachers should consider multidisciplinary, emphasize Competence-based teaching while preparing the lessons also set up good communication between teachers and students.
According to the conclusion of the research, the researcher proposed a few advice as the following:
I. For the advice to curriculum designers, the materials should have more combination with the society; try to invite experts and scholars to join the designing.
II. For the advice to teachers, teachers should provide knowledge about alternative energy, practice vigorously, assist the students more while they are making their works, and give students more chances to show their confidence.
III. For the advice to schools, Promoting into school-setting curriculum, establishing a “Teacher Professional Learning Community” to set up a collaborative system on issue curriculum preparing.
IV. For the advice to future researchers, it could integrate schools, communities, and parents for related resources, or try to design other teaching materials about alternative energy.