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Teaching Physics Using Appropriate Technology Projects
1.United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization, United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (2005-2014), Education for Sustainable Development (2006). Available: http://www.unesco.org/education/desd/.
2.United Nations Development Programme, Human Development Report 2001: Making New Technologies Work for Human Development (Oxford University Press, New York, Oxford, 2001). Available: http://hdr.undp.org/reports/global/2001/en/.
3.See for example: S. M. Lélé, “Sustainable development: A critical review,” World Dev. 19, 607–621 (June 1991);
3.D. Mebratu, “Sustainability and sustainable development: Historical and conceptual review,” Environ. Impact Assess. Rev. 18, 493–520 (Nov. 1998);
3.J. Elliott, An Introduction to Sustainable Development, 2nd ed. (Routledge, New York, 1999);
3.J. Sayer and B. Campbell, The Science of Sustainable Development: Local Livelihoods and the Global Environment (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2003);
3.P. Rogers, K.F. Jalal, and J.A. Boyd, An Introduction to Sustainable Development (Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 2006).
4.Commission on Health Research for Development. Health Research: Essential Link to Equity in Development (Oxford University Press, New York, 1990).
5.Monitoring Financial Flows for Health Research 2005: Behind the Global Numbers, edited by M. A. Burke and A. de Francisco (Global Forum for Health Research, Geneva, Switzerland, 2006).
6.For more information about Enabling Innovation, contact Scott Albritton at email@example.com.
7.P. F. Logan, “Physics in appropriate technology,” Phys. Technol. 11, 187 (1980).
8.J. M. Pearce and C. Russill, “Student inquiries into neglected research for a sustainable society: Communication and application,” Bull. Sci. Tech. Soc. 23(4), 311 (2003).
9.J. M. Pearce, “The use of self-directed learning to promote active citizenship in science, technology and society classes,” Bull. Sci. Tech. Soc. 21(4), 312 (2001).
10.For example, the International Journal for Service Learning in Engineering (IJSLE) is a peer-reviewed electronic journal offered free, semi-annually over the World Wide Web. The journal welcomes manuscripts based on original work of students and researchers with a specific focus or implication for service learning in engineering, engineering entrepreneurship in service, or related service learning pedagogy.
11.T. G. Hollinsworth and M. A. Day, “Physics as service,” Phys. Teach. 38, 472 (Nov. 2000).
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