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This is one of the more exciting modules that practically engage the learners throughout. Starting with a zero-waste campaign, the learners gain a sense of awareness and passion for educating the community around key aspects of waste challenges. Learners then conduct a personal waste audit, enlightening them to their own waste consumption and management.
As part of the Eco-audit packages, this module actively involves the learners in school life by challenging them with a school waste audit, a relevant and applicable project that engages your learners in many subjects and topics. This module will bring relevancy and application to your school environment whilst making the learners an active component of the process. By the end of this module, your learner swill be able to give well-thought out and researched recommendations to school management regarding the manner in which waste is management on campus.
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.
This module combines two related topics - Waste and Energy, to explore the relationship that they have with each other and subsequently, the impact that they pose to our environment and society. Learners in this module will engage with both challenges and solutions related to waste, whilst narrowing in on some of the more hazardous types of waste.
In this module, learners are exposed to the concept of 'waste' and asked to rethink this concept by learning about nature's way of composting and innovating new products from old waste materials. They also learn the concept of the 3 R's (reuse, recycle and reduce) via a lively tune that will get them singing along.
In this module, students learn how to compost items that come from nature (like paper). Students also explore new habits to help improve their own footprint on waste.
This module deals with the hot topic of waste from a problem and challenge-oriented focus to that of a more solution-based focus. Learners will be engaged with the topic of waste from multiple perspectives, first understanding the topic as best as possible, and then making the move to understanding the broader impacts that waste poses to our environment and society. The module ends with learners partaking in an upcycling competition, just one of the solutions available for managing and re-using waste available to us. In thought-provoking and practical ways, this module makes waste relevant and fun.