To All:

can you hear me?


To All:

I seem to have lost you


Scott Carley (to All):

not hearing you


To All:

not hearing you either although I seee you


To All:

Will see if I can fix that


To All:

can you hear me?


To All:

You're muted b/c I can't hear you


Scott Carley (PRIVATE):

One more thing -- is there an audio PIN for us to send out?


To All:

No - I don't think they need to worry about htat


Scott Carley (PRIVATE):

Thanks!!


Mark McCaffrey (to All):

Hi everyone


Leber, Mary Jo (to All):

Hi!


Kristen Poppleton (to All):

hi!


Marian Grogan (to All):

loud and clear!


Leber, Mary Jo (to All):

Yes, I can hear you well.


Arthur, Victoria -FS (to All):

i can hear you


Bora (to All):

Fora is here and can hear you both well.


Frank Niepold (to All):

Can all mute...it is a bit hard to hear.


Kristen Poppleton (to All):

there is background noise- probably from another caller? Can everyone mute?


Scott Carley (to All):

You can mute by clicking on the microphone icon to the left of your name in the control panel


Kristen Poppleton (to All):

1- huh?


Arthur, Victoria -FS (to All):

1. hopeful


Kristen Poppleton (to All):

2- bummer


Mark McCaffrey (to All):

Microbiome means what?


Arthur, Victoria -FS (to All):

2. impending doom


Mark McCaffrey (to All):

#2-- time to get busy


Frank Niepold (to All):

The Yale study on "Climate Stability As Understood by Global Warming’s Six Americas" is very interesting on this point. - See more at: http://environment.yale.edu/climate-communication/article/climate-stability-as-understood-by-global-warmings-six-americas/#sthash.e2qEhYnv.dpuf


Arthur, Victoria -FS (to All):

students teaching other students is a huge untapped potential


Scott Carley (to All):

That seems like the takehome message of this work, I think.


Marian Grogan (to All):

As an observer of students in several of Juliette's media-climate science workhops, the process of creating these media pieces students forced students to really wrestle with understanding the climate science


Arthur, Victoria -FS (to All):

I'm interested in passing on climate ed teaching materials to youth leaders so that they can teach other students.


Karen Hollweg (to All):

My reading of education research indicates: Student-student deliberation and students articulating their views (& being challenged by peers) is where learning happens !


Murray, Bonnie (LARC-H1)[Virginia Air and Space Center] (to All):

Good point Karen! We used a few of these videos in a teacher PD workshop last Spring for two reasons. 1) as an opener, to get the teachers thinking about the topic, and (2) to present the idea of having students create a product to demonstrate their learning. Creating a product is the highest level in Blooms taxonomy, creating these videos fits well into that process.


Arthur, Victoria -FS (to All):

http://www.ClimateChangeLIVE.org - our evaluation of students showed that they much preferred the climate ed info that came to them from other students. Experts rated last with them


Arthur, Victoria -FS (to All):

BTW the students teaching came to them from videos either made by students or featuring their climate action work.


Arthur, Victoria -FS (to All):

I first observed the student teaching about climate change and other kids rapt attention in DC. A HS student gave 5th graders a semi-accurate overview about CC, and the point is - the younger students were listening to the point - that this is happening and kids should care