Energy, Society and Place Research Unit

School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham

Report, photographs and slides from the workshop on ‘Innovative energy teaching’ in London

We have just published the report from the recent InTreAct workshop on Innovative Energy, Environment and Geography Teaching in London. The report (including some photos) can be found at this link.

The slides for Stefan Bouzarovski’s introductory presentation at the workshop can be found here.

Helen Walkington’s presentation, titled Embedding research skills early in the undergraduate curriculum: Strategies for enhancing learning is here.

Click on this link to access the slides for Gavin Bridge’s presentation. It was titled From energy geography to geographies of energy: Waves, issues, directions.

Tamara Hunt’s presentation (with Roy Alexander) titled Ashton Hayes is going carbon neutral: Students as active research partners in a community energy project can be found here.

Roy Alexander’s presentation (with Tamara Hunt) titled Students as energy consultants: Problem based learning activities in a final year Geography module is at this link.

One comment on “Report, photographs and slides from the workshop on ‘Innovative energy teaching’ in London

  1. Pingback: Innovative energy learning in higher education institutions | Energy Vulnerability and Urban Transitions

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This entry was posted on 25/03/2013 by in #Saska Petrova, #Stefan Bouzarovski, Event reports, INTREACT events and tagged , , .

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