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Geoscience Guides – self guided learning on graphs, statistics and scientific investigation
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Geoscience Guides – self guided learning on graphs, statistics and scientific investigation

There are four Geoscience Guides: Guide to graphs, descriptive statistics, inferential statistics and scientific investigation. They are self guided learning resources using geosciences as a mechanism to learn about data and investigation. URL (for all four guides) on open.ed: https://open.ed.ac.uk/geoscience-guides/ URL for graphs on tes.comhttps://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/guide-to-drawing-and-interpreting-graphs-in-geosciences-11308728 URL for descriptive (summary) statistics on tes.com: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/guide-to-descriptive-statistics-in-geosciences-11308746 URL for…

The Mathematics of Climate Change
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The Mathematics of Climate Change

Climate Change is one of the biggest issues that we are currently facing, but did you know that there is actually a lot of maths behind it? Check out our resources to see some of the number crunching that Climate Scientists do in their fight to save our planet! The resources, aimed at secondary school…

Our City Our Future
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Our City Our Future

Our City Our Future emerged from ClairCity, an EU research project that sought to include citizens in decision-making processes around clean air and climate change across Europe. Over 3,500 children and young people were involved during the course of the project from 2016-2020, taking part in various school lessons and activities to learn the problems…

Project Science ¦ Big Balloon Blow-Up
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Project Science ¦ Big Balloon Blow-Up

This investigation is for teachers working with pupils aged 8 – 14 years old, we provide free downloadable classroom resources (pupils workbook, teaching guide and classroom presentation) to support your learners to use the scientific method to investigate microorganisms and climate change. Easter Bush Science Outreach Centre ¦ Roslin Institute ¦ University of Edinburgh https://www.ed.ac.uk/easter-bush-campus/science-outreach-centre/teacher-zone/home-classroom-educational-resources/transition-primary-resources-biology-stem/project-science/balloon-big-yeast

Dynamic Earth – The Importance of Trees
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Dynamic Earth – The Importance of Trees

Over half of the world’s trees and plants are found in the rainforest, making them incredibly important ecosystems! Can you think of any reasons not mentioned in the video that make these places so important to both humans and other animals? One reason that all trees around the world are so important is their amazing…

Dynamic Earth – Wind Power
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Dynamic Earth – Wind Power

This is a video and activity booklet to help you explore wind power. Wind power is a type of renewable energy which means it is energy made from resources that nature will replace. In the case of wind power we are creating electricity from the wind and the wind won’t run out. It is also…