Thursday, March 10, 2011

Catch of the Day - BP Educational Service - 3/10/2011

BP Educational Service (BPES) makes and distributes curriculum-linked teaching resources about BP and the energy industry for students aged 5-19.

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BPES provides educational resources designed to reflect the focus of BP, one of the world's largest energy companies, on energy, environment, leadership, and business skills.

BPES, in cooperation with classroom teachers and other educational experts, has produced educational materials about BP and the energy business, and has made them available to all schools all over the world.

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The BPES subject matter touches on the key curriculum areas of:

  • Science
  • Geography
  • Citizenship
  • Literacy
  • Business Studies
  • Design and Technology
  • Engineering
  • Enterprise

Teachers can search a database of primary and secondary resources by age appropriateness, Key Stage (UK), and/or subject area. Resources include detailed resource packs, booklets, leaflets, DVDs, interactive resources, hands-on kits, fun games, and posters. BPES resources are generally available to download free-of-charge.

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BPES also responds to students, teachers, and parents, as well as BP employees  with questions about BP.

Click here to learn about BP's UK education program.

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1 comment:

dansmath said...

I'm all for teaching and learning, being a math teacher and lifelong learner, but how can we trust BP to educate our kids and teach them math, when they can't even estimate their own oil spill correctly, using simple geometry?!

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