Powering the Future - Teacher Resources

Powering the Future teacher resources

Below are our teacher resources on 'Powering the Future' for use in the classroom. These are aligned to the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence and where applicable to the National Qualifications Framework. These are designed to compliment a visit to the Powering the Future exhibition at Glasgow Science Centre as pre and post materials.

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MY DECC 2050 Second, Third, Fourth Online activity

Explore energy supply/demand and CO2 reduction scenarios:
http://my2050.decc.gov.uk/

Hydroelectric Power Second, Third, Fourth Individual, pair or small group activity

icon Hydroelectric Power (153.69 kB)

How do Wind Turbines Work Second, Third, Fourth Individual, pair or small group activity

icon How do wind turbines work (141.51 kB)

Oil, Coal and Gas Formation Second, Third, Fourth Individual, pair or small group activity

icon Oil, coal and gas formation (258.17 kB)

Solar Power Plant Second, Third, Fourth Individual, pair or small group activity

icon Solar power plant (234.35 kB)

Wave Power Second, Third, Fourth Individual, pair or small group activity

icon Wave power (137.35 kB)

OurFuture.Energy

Educators! You'll also find the OurFuture.Energy website a great resource for teaching and for directing students to on the topic of energy and there's fantastic teacher resources on the Energy Trilemma - security, sustainability and affordability here from OurFuture.Energy.

 

Can't find what you're looking for? We also have resources on the theme of 'Planet Earth', 'Forces, Electricity & Waves', 'Biological Systems', 'Cross Curricular' and 'Student Practical Skills Development'.

 

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