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|Other Titles:||Energy Education Promotion for Elementary and Junior High Schools|
Department of Industrial Education, NTNU
This study aims to explore energy education for sustainable development in the Elementary and Junior high Schools. In order to achieve the teaching goals, meetings of experts were summoned to verify and revise related literature as groundwork for the development of teaching materials and tools. Furthermore, through informal education operation mode, hands-on camps were held to facilitate information exchange and knowledge sharing. The study conducted a questionnaire to explore the effects of the course. The results revealed the following: (1) Complete four volumes of teaching materials with energy themes, three promotion pamphlets in energy conservation and carbon reduction (2) Create maneuverable teaching tools to simulate renewable energy operation, and hands-on courses for energy conservation and carbon reduction (3) Energy hands-on course helps Elementary and Junior high school students raise their energy awareness and students have higher interests in hands-on courses.
|Appears in Collections:||技術及職業教育學報|
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