Here we will compile teaching and learning resources that we have ourselves prepared for use in schools. To date many of these have been developed by groups of undergraduate students in the School of Life and Environmental Sciences, Deakin University. We are very grateful for their time and effort, and they are individually acknowledged in the resources below.
Do you have an idea for for Sustainable Development / Systems Thinking / Circular Economy teaching and learning resource, but would like some support in developing it? Email us and we will help you.
Resources for teachers and students to undertake a sustainable development-focussed hands on practical investigation making sustainable concrete.
Provides an example of how through systems thinking this topic can be linked to redox chemistry, the latest advances in battery technology, energy harvesting fabrics and wearable technologies.
The ‘battle of batteries’, which links to redox chemistry, the latest advances in battery technology, and sustainable energy supply and storage.
Introductory information on systems thinking, which encourages us to look at the components of a system together, acknowledging that these components will act differently when isolated from the system