These materials have been commissioned by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation in order to support and stimulate EPQ students who are interested in exploring what might broadly be described as Development – for example, questions relating to natural resources, industry, design, and economics, and to decisions that must be made concerning the future.
Questions relating to Development are proving popular and fruitful for EPQ work and can be explored in a variety of ways, including designing and making an artefact or researching a dissertation.
|EPQ Glossary.doc EPQ Glossary.doc||598 KB|
|EPQ Student A.doc EPQ Student A.doc||615 KB|
|EPQ Student D.doc EPQ Student D.doc||619 KB|
|EPQ Student N.doc EPQ Student N.doc||611 KB|
|EPQ Student P ES.doc EPQ Student P ES.doc||653 KB|
|EPQ Student hub.doc EPQ Student hub.doc||1.1 MB|
|Reinventing progress_Student Guide_061212.pdf Reinventing progress_Student Guide_061212.pdf||494 KB|
|EPQ Teacher A.doc EPQ Teacher A.doc||595 KB|
|EPQ Teacher D.doc EPQ Teacher D.doc||599 KB|
|EPQ Teacher N.doc EPQ Teacher N.doc||600 KB|
|EPQ Teacher P.doc EPQ Teacher P.doc||592 KB|
|EPQ Teacher hub ES.doc EPQ Teacher hub ES.doc||656 KB|
|Reinventing progress_Teacher Notes_061212.pdf Reinventing progress_Teacher Notes_061212.pdf||2.03 MB|
The core text. Describing the basic shift from sustainability as 'doing less harm', and focussing on 'me and consumerism' to one of 'doing good' and 'systems and citizenship'.
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Film clips, publications, colour graphics, presentations…raw material for a range of educational activities.