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Educational Resources

Educational Resources

Teaching Materials for Schools

The Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy has free resources for primary school teachers including free powerpoints, lesson notes and short videos.
www.ashdenawards.org/schools

The E.ON Energy Experience has free activities, teachers notes, classroom guides and curriculum links for energy topics including fossil fuels, nuclear and renewables for Key Stages 1-4. Good graphics and comprehensive coverage of the subjects.
The E.ON Energy Experience

Teaching MaterialsCAT Publications have teachers' and pupils' guides to renewable technologies from £2 to £5 + vat per copy downloadable from their website at www.cat.org.uk/catpubs/education.tmpl

Scholastic.com has a Family Guide to Going Green with articles, activities, and suggested reading.
Family Guide to Going Green

Petit Fashion's Ultimate Guide to Sustainability and Recycling for Kids contains a series of articles (aimed at adults) with advise and resources on how to educate children about sustainability.
https://www.petitfashion.com/recycling/

This page on Sustainability Hub contains a collection of videos about sustainability aimed at children.
sustainabilityhub.com/kidsvideos/

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University & College Courses

University & College CoursesThe University of Exeter run three specialist undergraduate programmes in renewable energy engineering, a 3 year B.Eng and 4 year M.Eng in Energy Engineering and a BSc in Renewable Energy. For programme information visit www.exeter.ac.uk/undergraduate/degrees/energy/

University of Dundee runs BSc and MSc Honours courses in Renewable Energy. For details see: www.dundee.ac.uk/prospectus/undergrad/courses/renewable.htm

At its Chrichton Campus in Dumfries, The University of Glasgow runs a new MSc degree in Carbon Management which contains many elements of renewable energy. For further information see: The University of Glasgow

The Centre for Renewable Energy Systems Technology (CREST) is in the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at Loughborough University.
For more information, visit www.lboro.ac.uk/crest/

The Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development is part of De Montford University based on the University’s Leicester campus. It offers an MSC course - Energy and Sustainable Building Design. For more information, visit www.iesd.dmu.ac.uk

The University of Ulster offers an MSc/PGD course in Renewable Energy. prospectus.ulster.ac.uk/course

Reading University’s School of Construction Management and Engineering offers MSc and Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) courses in Renewable Energy: Technology and Sustainability. www.reading.ac.uk/Study/courses/taught/mscrenewable.asp

Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh offers an MSc course in Renewable Energy and Distributed Generation. www.graduateschool.eps.hw.ac.uk/taught/REDG.html

The University of Nottingham has an MSc Electrical Technology for Sustainable and Renewable Energy Systems course already running and an Electrical Engineering and Renewable Energy Systems (BEng/MEng) undergraduate course for which it is now recruiting for the first intake in 2008.

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