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From the Learning Skills Improvement Service (LSIS), this case study describes how Hull and Stockton Riverside Colleges used the topic of sustainable development to improve aspects of STEM careers guidance.

Hull College The project encouraged a greater holistic awareness in lecturers of the diverse skills and technologies essential to achieve low carbon performance in house building or refurbishment. Students gain from their teachers’ increased knowledge and skills.

Stockton Riverside College The aim of the activity was to develop an ‘eco tool kit’ that could be used to aid delivery of curriculum in programmes relating to engineering, manufacturing or product design. The resource can be accessed by individual students for self study, or used by teachers in the classroom. The case studies describe each of the projects and their key findings. Links to further resources are included and reflective questions can be used to encourage professional development.

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