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|Description||How does climate change work and what can be done about it? Consider the physics behind how climate change could affect the Earth, before investigating different methods of generating power that have low greenhouse gas emissions. Finally, decide which power source would be most appropriate for your region. Please contact ESEU to arrange a convenient date and time for this NO FEE workshop; travel and sundry expenses are the only costs incurred.|
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All workshop material is generated in line with the National Curriculum and Science Specifications.
Expected learning outcomes:
Participants will be able to:
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Tackling Climate Change through Earth Physics
This workshop lasts approximately 90 minutes and includes the following hands-on, practical activities:
The general activity format for each of the above is as follows:
Workshop material also includes sections on:
Earth Science Education Unit workshops have been devised for teachers and trainee teachers. They are intended to provide participants with a range of activities that can be used in the classroom, whilst helping them to develop the skills for using the activities in an engaging and motivating way that will enthuse and educate their pupils, whilst developing their critical thinking skills. The workshops should also develop the background Earth science knowledge and understanding of the teachers involved.
The workshop format may be transposed directly into a classroom, but often this is not appropriate. Similarly, individual activities, and the worksheets on which these are based, may be transferable directly into a classroom situation, but will often require modification for the classes and situations in which they are used, during which suitable risk assessments are undertaken.
This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.