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Supporting Materials

Latest resources from the Geological Society:

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New Water resources for primary school students!

The Geological Society is developing education resources to support a new BBC schools initiative. Find out how your school can take part.
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New Factsheets on Mining and Mineral Resources

Almost everything in the modern world uses minerals or their by-products in some way. Find out how geologists find and extract them in our new factsheets for teachers, secondary school students and a general audience.

Lesson Plans

Lesson Plans

Read our Lesson Plans for some classroom inspiration

Resources from other organisations:

Earth Learning Idea

Publishing free Earth-related teaching ideas every two weeks, www.earthlearningidea.com has practical resources for teachers and teacher-trainers all over the world.

Each activity is designed to create pupil participation for maximum learning and is deliberately aimed at classrooms with few resources.

A summary of external resources for teaching and learning the National Curriculum can be found at: www.esta-uk.net.

classroom-sieving.jpgRelevant publications include:

  • 'Teaching Earth Sciences' - the magazine of ESTA; issued 4 times a year
  • 'PSR' or Primary Science Review - the primary science journal of the ASE; issued 5 times a year
  • 'Science in school' - published by the EIROforum; issued 4 times a year

AGI Resources

Free resources from the American Geosciences Institute
 
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Explore the geoscience behind critical issues facing society, from energy, hazards & climate to water & mineral resources. 

Start with the basics, explore case studies and search the research database for relevant reports & fact sheets. 

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An energy literate person knows how much energy they use and where it comes from, can make informed decisions and assess the credibility of information about energy. 

Explore classroom resources & videos, offering an interdisciplinary approach to teaching & learning about global energy flows and systems.