Practical Action is a development charity which uses simple technology to fight poverty. The learning resources in this collection look at how issues such as climate change and the need for renewable energy can be tackled. The resources contain background information, teachers' packs, classroom activities, stimulus sheets and other materials suitable for primary and secondary science.
Students investigate the generation of electricity by solar cells and how this can transform the lives of people without access to mains electricity. The challenge is based on Practical Action's work in Gwanda, Zimbabwe.
Practical Action have supplied this teacher's pack to challenge students to use their STEM skills to come up with solutions to a problem of water shortage in Sudan. The pack includes a PowerPoint presentation and Teacher Guide so that teachers can outline the problem to their students. The PowerPoint makes...
From Practical Action, these posters show examples of how renewable energy sources are used in developing nations. They show how mp3 players can be powered by solar photoelectric cells, small-scale hydroelectric in Kenya, a wind turbine and biogas digested in Nepal.
|Subject(s)||Design and technology, Engineering, Food Preparation and Nutrition, Science, Biology, Physics, Working scientifically, Earth science|
|Age||7-11, 11-14, 14-16|
|Published||2000 - 2009|
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