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Author:The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) Format:Weblink
This strand of the energy in action resource helps teachers to introduce students to different ways to reduce and prevent energy wastage in the home. Energy in Action is a new programme for teachers to help young people learn about energy through the Junior Cycle Curriculum in Ireland. Energy in Action offers a collection of activities and ideas designed to support the teaching and learning of energy and sustainability in the junior cycle classroom. These activities have been developed for use with an inquiry approach to energy education and aim to enhance students’scientific knowledge, skills and competencies. There are four strands in total and you can either download the strand in full or pick the activities you want and download them individually. Five key themes are covered: Retaining heat energy; The environmental impact of using energy; Cutting greenhouse gas emissions ; Smart packaging and Solar energy. Teachers are provided with suggested approaches to teaching the topics with lots of practical activities, experiments, discussion topics/questions, worksheets, resource and video links. Lesson plans and resources for students are ready to download and use.
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Author:The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) Format:Weblink
This strand of the energy in action resource helps teachers to introduce students to energy – what it does, where it comes from, and how it can be measured. Energy in Action is a new programme for teachers to help young people learn about energy through the Junior Cycle Curriculum in Ireland. Energy in Action offers a collection of activities and ideas designed to support the teaching and learning of energy and sustainability in the junior cycle classroom. These activities have been developed for use with an inquiry approach to energy education and aim to enhance students’scientific knowledge, skills and competencies. There are four strands in total and you can either download the strand in full or pick the activities you want and download them individually. Three key themes are covered: Energy and food: My energy audit; Global warming. Teachers are provided with suggested approaches to teaching the topics with lots of practical activities, experiments, discussion topics/questions, worksheets, resource and video links. Lesson plans and resources for students are ready to download and use.
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Author:The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) Format:Weblink
This strand of the energy in action resource helps teachers to provide students with an introduction to heat energy and temperature. Energy in Action is a new programme for teachers to help young people learn about energy through the Junior Cycle Curriculum in Ireland. Energy in Action offers a collection of activities and ideas designed to support the teaching and learning of energy and sustainability in the junior cycle classroom. These activities have been developed for use with an inquiry approach to energy education and aim to enhance students’scientific knowledge, skills and competencies. There are four strands in total and you can either download the strand in full or pick the activities you want and download them individually. Five key themes are covered: Heat energy temperature: Heating project - saving energy at home; Heat transfer by conduction: Heat transfer by convection: Heat energy by radiation. Teachers are provided with suggested approaches to teaching the topics with lots of practical activities, experiments, discussion topics/questions, worksheets, resource and video links. Lesson plans and resources for students are ready to download and use.
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Author:The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) Format:Weblink
This strand of the energy in action resource helps teachers to introduce the concepts of primary and secondary energy sources to their students. Energy in Action is a new programme for teachers to help young people learn about energy through the Junior Cycle Curriculum in Ireland. Energy in Action offers a collection of activities and ideas designed to support the teaching and learning of energy and sustainability in the junior cycle classroom. These activities have been developed for use with an inquiry approach to energy education and aim to enhance students’scientific knowledge, skills and competencies. There are four strands in total and you can either download the strand in full or pick the activities you want and download them individually. Four key themes are covered: Sources of Energy; Changing energy; Energy and sustainability & Exploring ocean and tidal energies. Teachers are provided with suggested approaches to teaching the topics with lots of practical activities, experiments, discussion topics/questions, worksheets, resource and video links. Lesson plans and resources for students are ready to download and use.
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Author:European Commission, Directorate-General for Competition Format:Weblink
This comic strip helps students to get a clearer understanding of how the EU acts to ensure a fair and competitive market in Europe.
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Author:European Commission, Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers Format:Weblink
The drawings illustrate the various risks young people can be exposed to when they surf the web, from unsafe communication of passwords and credit card numbers to the publication of photos.
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Author:Nestlé Portugal Format:Weblink,.swf,.pdf
NESTLÉ institutional portuguese site provides a lot of information and pedagogical activities for teachers about food education issues focused in young people (untill 12 years old) information needs. This site also have pedagogical tools to been use directly by children.
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Author:Stowarzyszenie Edukacji Nieformalnej MERITUM Format:Weblink
This lesson plan is being implemented in a form of a workshop. Students analyse issues of reasonable consumption and healthy eating. They debate and brainstorm onconsumer choice and CSR. Additional video and materials help students to be more responsible consumers.
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Author:Védegylet Format:Weblink
This 1,5 h video records a panel discussion about the planed free trade agreement (TTIP) between the EU and the US.It highlights the main concerns civil society actors have with the project. It gives a good introduction of the topic and touches upon several major issues, such as energy-dependency, the model of the European wellfare society, democratic decision making, climate chage, agriculture and GMOs, public services, etc. It is essential to anybody wanting to know more about the implication of the TTIP on consumer rights. It is espcially advised to teachers teaching about consumer protection. The panel discussion took place in 2014 in the framework of Green Summer School. Its facilitator is Zsolt Boda (Védegylet), the participants are: Benedek Jávor, MP of the Green party in the European Parliament; Györgyi Ujszászi (Védegylet ); Tamás Novák, economist, Research Center of World Economy of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, közgazdász.
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Author:Kilpailu- ja kuluttajavirasto (FCCA) Format:Weblink
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Author:Taina Mäntylä (KKV) Format:Weblink
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Author:Board of online editors of Bundesverband Verbraucherzentralen Format:Weblink,DVD,.pdf
The German Resources Compass on Consumer Education provides a huge amount of educational resources from Germany and Austria. Thes can be searched by subjec, theme or age group and are all described and rated by experts on consumer education. It comprises also a lot of commercial offers (books, multimedia tools, ...)
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