Energy, Society and Place Research Unit

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

Active and collaborative teaching and learning techniques on energy and climate change issues in GEES disciplines

The teaching and learning techniques presented in this toolkit are based on the experience gained from the implementation of the InTreAct project, funded by the Higher Education Academy. The aim of the toolkit is to promote active and collaborative teaching and learning techniques of energy issues in GEES disciplines. The toolokit is planned as an open and interactive document that will be reshaped and further developed in accordance with activities aimed at promoting active and collaborative learning in the energy field within higher education institutions.

Click on the links below for an overview of methods that can be used for energy teaching in GEES disciplines. In some instances, the written instructions are accompanied by video illustrations.

Interviews in pairs

Annotations

Work in small groups and role-playing

Roundtables

In-class energy debates

Classroom voting systems

Student-led research projects and energy audits

Energy diaries

 

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