Showing 25 courses
The aim of this course is to provide undergraduate students at the Department of Science and Technology Studies with some basic understanding, appreciation and skills in the broad and emerging topic of sustainable innovation, especially on how and why it has and can be relevant to various types of communities.
Teacher Training Module: Enhancing Language Communication for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders in SchoolsBy: Hui Min Low
This module aims to provide the basic information about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to teachers in regular schools. The module will include ways to identify the language communication characteristics of these children and evidence-based strategies used to enhance language communication in these children.
The module contains three main sections: i) Impacts from improper Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) practices; ii) basic principles of drinking water treatment processes and some affordable technologies; iii) sanitation technologies for households. The module ends with a discussion to identify technologies appropriate to local conditions.
Household Recycling of Solid Organic Waste and “Gray Water” by Urban/Rural Families For Sanitation, Water Conservation, and Food ProductionBy: Rafael Guerrero III
The module was conceptualized to provide science-based innovations for the recycling of human and kitchen wastes (both solid and liquid) at a practical and affordable level by disadvantaged urban/rural families. Such interventions are intended to improve the sanitary and health conditions of the marginalized families for inclusive development while safeguarding the environment.