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Author Topic: Renewable Energy in Education.  (Read 7839 times)
Ivan
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« on: March 04, 2007, 09:01:16 PM »

Renewable Energy is very much a part of the curriculum in schools, and as we all know the children in school today will be making the decisions in the not-too-distant future. We need to encourage children to explore renewable energy, to investigate and to come up with solutions for the problems which we are beginning to face, as a result of our dependancy on fossil fuels. Already, there are some schools who have set the standard, and we would like to be able to demonstrate that you do not need to have a huge budget to make a good project.

Please use this topic for:

  • Introducing yourself/your school/your school project/your school project website
  • Sharing your school project experiences
  • Asking for technical help/comments/suggestions
  • Suggest an experiment or project that might be suitable for education
  • SHARE YOUR RESULTS!!! This is important - please let us know what performace you obtained/pictures, figures, graphs/problems you experienced/how you overcame these problems/How you would improve things if you were doing it again


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