can you hear me?
I seem to have lost you
not hearing you
not hearing you either although I seee you
Will see if I can fix that
can you hear me?
You're muted b/c I can't hear you
One more thing -- is there an audio PIN for us to send out?
No - I don't think they need to worry about htat
loud and clear!
Yes, I can hear you well.
i can hear you
Fora is here and can hear you both well.
Can all mute...it is a bit hard to hear.
there is background noise- probably from another caller? Can everyone mute?
You can mute by clicking on the microphone icon to the left of your name in the control panel
Microbiome means what?
2. impending doom
#2-- time to get busy
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
students teaching other students is a huge untapped potential
That seems like the takehome message of this work, I think.
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
I'm interested in passing on climate ed teaching materials to youth leaders so that they can teach other students.
My reading of education research indicates: Student-student deliberation and students articulating their views (& being challenged by peers) is where learning happens !
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.
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
BTW the students teaching came to them from videos either made by students or featuring their climate action work.
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