#techjustice in action videos

Technology justice is all about ensuring everyone has access to technology that is essential for life, for example technology that enables them to have clean water to drink, and a safe, healthy place to live.

A series of three videos

Presented by Ortis Deley, the series of three videos, Beat the Flood, Marvellous Microbes and Pump it Up! look at the science behind the technologies that people in Bangladesh have developed to improve their lives. They are ideally suited to pupils aged 7-14 and make a rich starting point for lessons around  energy, microbes, levers, forces, properties of material etc.

Beat the flood video page on PracticalAction.org>

Marvelous Microbes video page on PracticalAction.org>

Pump it Up video page on PracticalAction.org>


Practical Action Schools produce FREE resources for primary and secondary teachers that help pupils understand and engage with global issues, focusing on the role of STEM and using examples from our organisation. Practical Action is an international development organisation putting ingenious ideas to work so people in poverty can change their world.