Energy in Action: Problem Solving in the Real World

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Energy in Action: Problem Solving in the Real World

Postby claudiamara on Thu Jun 29, 2017 4:16 am

The European Commission funded project Consumer Classroom (www.consumerclassroom.eu) is platform where teachers can find free and ready-to-use lessons in their own language, such as the one below, which was offered by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland. Visit the website and look for the resource that fits your class the best!

"This strand of the energy in action resource helps teachers to introduce students to different ways to reduce and prevent energy wastage in the home. Energy in Action is a new programme for teachers to help young people learn about energy through the Junior Cycle Curriculum in Ireland. Energy in Action offers a collection of activities and ideas designed to support the teaching and learning of energy and sustainability in the junior cycle classroom. These activities have been developed for use with an inquiry approach to energy education and aim to enhance students’scientific knowledge, skills and competencies. There are four strands in total and you can either download the strand in full or pick the activities you want and download them individually. Five key themes are covered: Retaining heat energy; The environmental impact of using energy; Cutting greenhouse gas emissions ; Smart packaging and Solar energy. Teachers are provided with suggested approaches to teaching the topics with lots of practical activities, experiments, discussion topics/questions, worksheets, resource and video links. Lesson plans and resources for students are ready to download and use."
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