This is one of a series of extended units from the Association for Science Education and the Design and Technology Association, to provide in-depth coverage of a topic or an area of the curriculum. This unit covers the use of energy management systems in buildings focusing on the students’ own school. It provides a context for work on control systems.
* An overview of the unit
* Syllabus Links
* Linking science and technology
* Using the unit for GNVQ
* Sources of information and useful resources
TEACHERS’ NOTES AND STUDENTS’ MATERIALS
Introduction: Energy - supply and demand
Part 1: Hitting the Hot Spots
Part 2: A Model of Efficiency?
Part 3: Developing an Energy Strategy for your School
Part 4: Energy and You
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|Subject(s)||Science, Design and technology|
|Published||1990 - 1999|
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