Encounter Edu has developed a range of online enquiry-based education programmes and lesson plans aiming to ‘bring the oceans to the classroom’. They incorporate scientists’ experiences and research gained during expeditions to the Arctic and the
This online resource supports the teaching of French at primary school level. Aude from France, Assouan from Egypt, Nyanga from Gabon, Menabe from Madagascar and Takakoto from French Polynesia act as friendly guides to their home countries.
The Eden Project has created this 1.5-hour science lesson challenging secondary students (ages 11-16) to think more creatively about plants’ evolutionary adaptation.
Bangladesh’s Sundarban Mangroves make up one of the world’s most bio-diverse areas and are home to the endangered Bengal Tiger. This interactive DVD resource bank looks at why the Sundarbans are so important: as a bio-diversity hotspot, as a carbon bank and as protection against the impacts of tropical cyclones.
This website provides background information about the impact of the bushmeat trade in West and Central Africa. Bushmeat – meat from wild animals – is a regular source of food and income for many of West and Central Africa’s poorest inhabitants, but
Excellent is a charity working in rural dryland Africa to develop and apply the technology of sand dams – enabling subsistence farmers to get access to clean water and grow enough food to eat, store and sell. This pack consists of a DVD with films
An excellent resource which looks at the causes and effects of earthquakes, floods, hurricanes and famine and explores why the poorest are affected most by such disasters. Simple but authorative explanations about disasters and those who are affected
This teaching resource is designed to complement the Citizenship, Geography and RS curriculum, and it can also support community cohesion, active citizenship, critical thinking and greater environmental understanding.
This resource is based on a set of environmental education films created for the Pan African Conservation Education Project (PACE), an initiative which aims to communicate practical solutions to environmental problems across the continent of Africa.
Free online teaching resource based on the documentary film ‘The End Of The Line’ which explores the effect of overfishing on the world’s oceans. Features a range of activities including key scene analysis and exploration of issues such as the impact