The resource library contains a number links to free resources that may be useful to teachers and students.
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site contains a range of activities for secondary school students relating to
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Bitesize - Electronics
The BBC Bitesize site
provides learning resources and information on a range of electronics topics.
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This resource describes a range of design
thinking techniques that students can use when planning for their YRTS
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Brought to Life
Science Museum’s (UK) History of Medicine page provides a range of resources,
including lesson plans and classroom activities, regarding medical
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Building Green: Classroom Resource- Habitat for Humanity
This is an additional resource that focuses on “Thinking Green”, an initiative by Habitat for Humanity to support sustainable construction choices.Habitat for Humanity is an international aid organisation that builds sustainable houses for people in need. Habitat for Humanity began as a grassroots effort. The housing organisation has since grown to become a leading global non-profit working in more than 70 countries. Worldwide, Habitat has helped more than 13.2 million people obtain safe and decent housing, along with the strength, stability and independence to build better lives.
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We have ask some industry representatives to tell us a bit about their careers, the technologies and skills they use and how they got there. These videos have been gathered in a database collection for you to review and explore different career choices.
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Climate Change in Australia
This government site
includes free online learning modules, as well as other learning resources,
relating to climate change.
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This NASA resource
provides games, videos, lesson plans and information on a range of climate
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This site provides lesson
plans, worksheets and videos on a range of topics, including water science. A
free log in is required.