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Panel on Climate Change Education - One Book One Northwestern - Shared screen with speaker view
Brittney Thompson (One Book One Northwestern)
18:25
Hello everyone! We will begin shortly.
lennin florez
18:46
Hola todos. Desde Sur America
Brittney Thompson (One Book One Northwestern)
24:10
You have 5 minutes to give a spiel on what you teach and what you want students to leave your class feeling about science.
Brittney Thompson (One Book One Northwestern)
26:18
Any questions may be submitted using the Q&A feature at the bottom of your screen.
Brittney Thompson (One Book One Northwestern)
39:02
Question 1. How did you become interested in your field (science) and your position (education)? [panelists: everyone]
Brittney Thompson (One Book One Northwestern)
48:16
Hi everyone could you turn on your videos now
Patricia Beddows (she/her)
48:50
Aida Awad rocks!
Yarrow Axford - NU Earth & Planetary Sciences
49:32
Agree re Aida!! Amazing educator/leader.
Brittney Thompson (One Book One Northwestern)
55:48
Question 2. What is the role of K-12 education versus Higher ed in transmitting Climate Change curriculum? (professors can discuss what they want students to come to university knowing as well.) [panelists: Yarrow, Neal, Patrick]
Brittney Thompson (One Book One Northwestern)
01:07:49
Question 3. How do we handle climate deniers in the classroom? How can we make sure our students learn how to sort reliable and unreliable information? [panelists: Patricia, Patrick, Yarrow, Neal ]
Yarrow Axford - NU Earth & Planetary Sciences
01:15:52
Trish my father in law still burns his trash, so obv you're a more effective educator than I am
Jennifer Keys Searle Center
01:16:28
my dad used to do a huge Christmas burn pile with a self-made gasoline blow torch
Brittney Thompson (One Book One Northwestern)
01:19:41
Question 4. How do you make your Climate Change narrative both realistic and hopeful? [panelists: Cliff, Patricia, Patrick, Yarrow, Neal ]
Brittney Thompson (One Book One Northwestern)
01:26:22
If you have any questions please put them in the Q&A. We would love to answer them.
Brittney Thompson (One Book One Northwestern)
01:30:36
Audience Question: Yarrow brought up incorporating climate education in other subjects. How can climate education be woven into teaching the arts?
Brittney Thompson (One Book One Northwestern)
01:37:51
Final Question/ quick answer: What is the value of education in climate change mitigation?
Patricia Beddows (she/her)
01:39:04
Been loving the climate change data sonification efforts..... to give an experience of the earth system quickening we are causing. Making Climate Data Sing: Using Music-like Sonifications to Convey a Key Climate RecordScott St. George1, Daniel Crawford2, Todd Reubold3, and Elizabeth Giorgi4View MorePrint Publication: 01 Jan 2017DOI: https://doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-15-00223.1
Brittney Thompson (One Book One Northwestern)
01:41:37
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Nancy Cunniff
01:44:49
Great job everyone and thank you!