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This STEM challenge would be great for a science or STEM club, to use British Science week, as the focus of collapsed curriculum timetable day , or to enhance a lesson on climate change. It can also be used to gain a CREST award

Students initially look at some of the problems caused by climate change then design and make a model of their solution to a problem faced by farmers in Bangladesh… how to grow food even when the land floods.

Everything needed to deliver the activity is included, Power Point presentation with notes, teacher’s guide, pupil activity sheets, even certificates and a poster you can request for free.
https://practicalaction.org/schools/floating-garden-challenge/

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4.6

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kotconsult

a year ago
3

Nice

carolgs1

2 years ago
5

thank you. the class loved this and one student is building the garden as a project

sonminhluong

2 years ago
5

fwu1

3 years ago
4

elizabetheleanorowen

4 years ago
4

Used it for a Geography /Science Project. Really good as making students problem solve in a new context.

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