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Lessons will introduce simple ideas surrounding the cause & effect of climate change to allow pupils to develop a basic understanding of fossil fuels and greenhouse gases. Pupils will explore some of the impacts of climate change on human and non-human communities, building empathy and understanding ways to work together and take action to inspire positive change.
The sources of energy that we rely on will one day run dry. This hard fact will have to force us to seek alternative sources of energy for the daily lifestyles we choose. This module showcases the various types of energy available to us and irons out which ones we need to start relying on more vs. the ones that we need to move on from. Through practical and engaging activities, learners get to learn more about the world of energy.
The world of food poses many dangers and benefits to our health. How do we know what is the best option for our bodies and health? This module explores the relationship between food and health, especially highlighting the dangers of sugar and the benefits of a balanced diet. This information will always be of utmost importance to us.
This lesson is designed for learners in grades 1-4. These lessons set the stage upon which learners can develop sustainable intelligence. Each lesson plays an interactive game that illustrates how innocent actions can turn into unsustainable practices that impact everyone and the Earth we call home. They also act as an introductory lesson before learners engage with any other sustainable intelligence curricula.
Learners begin applying their basic knowledge of water into practical activities and experiments which engage them in the finer details and importance of water. They explore pH levels and the word of water quality testing as well as learn about why our planet is called the Water Planet.
In this module, students explore air as a type of matter. They learn about the concept of air quality and participate in activities that explain how different smells travel through the air. They then discuss the importance of clean air and figure ways to respect others by caring for air quality.
In highly populated and dense urban areas, public space can be a necessity. This module explores how public spaces can aid communities and help people within those communities sustain happy and healthy lifestyles.
This module blends knowledge to explore the history and trends of transportation and the impacts that it has had on human society, both good and bad. It ends by focusing on the future and what we would want transport to look like in 50 years time. By bringing in stories, games and activities, learners will gain a well-rounded outlook on the future of transport.
This module, explains why it is important to be concerned about what happens to our waste. In each lesson, students rethink waste and look at solutions using the 5 R's - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Rot and Reflect.