Presenter: Mark Windschitl, Professor University of Washington, Science Education, Author
Session Description: Engage in an open conversation with Mark Windschitl as he delves into the broader landscape of research-informed teaching on climate change. Through real-life classroom illustrations, Mark explores fundamental STEM concepts like carbon cycles, the greenhouse effect, biodiversity, and sustainability and addresses overarching themes such as combatting misinformation, promoting decarbonizing solutions, highlighting human stories, and advancing equity and environmental justice. This discussion provides a comprehensive view of teaching practices beyond basic science concepts, encompassing critical societal and ethical dimensions of climate change education.
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