Future of Mobility resource package
Introduction to the Grand Challenge resources
Future of mobility resource package overview
The Grand Challenges – Our Futures programme aims to help young people develop the skills needed to bridge the gap between today’s learners and tomorrow’s career choices.
The Government’s Industrial Strategy sets out key Grand Challenge themes, aimed at putting the UK at the forefront of future industry. The four Grand Challenges – Artificial Intelligence, ageing society, clean growth and future mobility – are set to transform the way we live our everyday lives. The first video is an introduction to the four grand challenges.
STEM Learning has developed a suite of four resource packages, each covering one of the Grand Challenges themes. The second video provides an overview of the Future of Mobility resource package.
This Grand Challenge set of resources focuses on atmospheric pollution and the production of zero emission vehicles.
This Grand Challenge set of resources focuses on atmospheric pollution and the production of zero emission vehicles. The Level 1 materials are ideal for 11-14 year old students and includes ways to study lichens as a pollution indicator and measure particulate pollution. It then moves on to allow students to...
This lesson focuses on the properties of hydrogen and how it can be used as a fuel. It is appropriate to students aged 11 to 14 years.
Note: This is the first lesson of two. The second lesson builds on the knowledge gained by focusing on hydrogen fuel cells. It provides a way of contextualising classroom...
This lesson focuses on hydrogen fuel cells and how they work. It is appropriate to students aged 11 to 14 years.
Note: This is the second lesson of two.
The first lesson investigates the properties of hydrogen. This lesson builds on this knowledge by focusing on hydrogen fuel cells and hydrogen...
Lesson 1 – The greenhouse effect and global warming
The aim of the lesson is to show the importance of the greenhouse effect via a number of activities. This is the first lesson in a sequence of three and is aimed at 14-16 year old students- it links well to upper secondary level exam...