Solar Energy Provocation

Solar Energy Provocation

  • Sustainability
  • SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities, SDG 7: Affordable and Clean Energy
  • Resource Plan
  • 8 - 9, 9 - 10 years
  • Glocal, Inquiry, Science

Learning Outcomes
Learners analyze and interpret the diversity of opinions and ideas relating to localization within a contextual and conceptual framework.
Learners reflect upon global complexities and how this creates an impact on their lives within real life situations.
Learners reflect on action outcomes in order to demonstrate their understandings of glocalization and SDGs.
Learners demonstrate international mindedness through engaging with different perspectives.
- Students improve their thinking, communication, research and social skills through learning experiences which support understanding of sun and energy.
- Work collaboratively with each other- be open-minded and respect others opinions.
- Identify the benefits of sun and energy.
- Express about their culture and identity through searching in their history.
- Identify the Qatar vision of 2030 of using solar power .
- Identify the history of using energy in Qatar without electricity.

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Qatar Environment & Energy Research Institute (QEERI) conducts and coordinates long-term and multidisciplinary research that addresses critical national priorities related to water security, energy, and environment. The research is conducted at QEERI’s world class facilities, which include Core Labs, Micro- and Nano- Fabrication Labs, and a 35,000 square meter Outdoor Test Facility.

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