Wednesday 30 September 2020-Wednesday 30 June 2021
The aim of these sessions is to improve teachers’ knowledge of Computer Science and Computational Thinking (CT), improve their skills in using Scratch for teaching programming and CT skills and enable them to apply these skills in the classroom. The sessions will also look at the DCF and how to apply CT across the curriculum in preparation for the new Science and Technology AoLE/new curriculum.
A publicly accessible roundtable event in dialogue with experts from within Cardiff University and beyond, run by the History and Heritage research theme under the School-wide Crisis and Culture research theme at the School of Modern Languages.
Crowdfunding of place-based conservation provides a format by which individuals can become empowered to protect biodiversity, by actions as simple as donating even a very small amount of money, or by sharing updates on social media.
How have we arrived at where we are now, in terms of food policy, especially in Europe? What would a transformed future look like? What will it take to transition to a food policy that delivers us a sustainable and fair food system that is better for our health, the environment, society and the economy?
This presentation explores potential futures for automobility while in parallel exploring the strengths and weaknesses of socio-technical transitions theory as a means of understanding future possibilities in the context of discontinuous events.
Steven England’s area of expertise and research is in Experiential ESD/GC with a view to deepening the learners experience though embedding Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship (ESD/GC) into activities.
While environmental implications of food choices have been the focus of increasingly extensive research, less is known on the environmental impacts of different dietary patterns associated with different consumer groups and the trade-offs between improving nutritional quality and environmental impacts of food consumption.