Climate Literacy Presentations at NSTA 2015: Chicago

Climate Generation and other members of the CLEAN Network are going to be busy at the National Science Teacher’s Association Conference in Chicago in just a few weeks.  Check out the list of presentations below.  We hope to see you there!

Climate Literacy Presentations at NSTA 2015:  Chicago

Arctic and Antarctic E-Books in the Classroom: A New Polar Resource for Educatorschicago4a

Gary Wesche, Jean Pennycook, Luoise Huffman

March 12

8:30 – 9:00

Hyatt Regency McCormick Place, Jackson Park D

Understanding global change: Welcome to the Anthropocene!

Joseph Levine

March 12

10-11:30

McCormick Place, W179a

Climate Change Assessment Design in the Context of the Next Generation Science Standards

Andrea Drewes,  Robert Ferrell, Pat Harcourt

March 12

12:30-1:30

Hyatt Regency McCormick Place, Grant Park A

NMEA Session: The Climate Expedition: Exploring Local Impacts of a Global Issue

Angela Greene and Lyndsey Manzo

March 12

12:30 – 1:30

Skyline W375e

Catching the Wind Together: A successful formal/nonformal partnership focused on wind energy

Christopher Petrone

March 13

9:30-10:30

McCormick Place, S504a

Climate, Ocean, and Atmosphere Share-a-thon

Dawn Chegwidden

March 13

11:00

Skyline W375e, McCormick Place

Earth System Science Share-a-thon

Dawn Chegwidden

March 13

12:30

Skyline W375e, McCormick Place

Climate Smart and Energy Wise: The Literacy Imperative of the 21st Century

Mark McCaffrey

March 13

2:00 – 3:00

McCormick Place, S405a

Climate Science Academies: Integrating Content, Pedagogy, Technology, and Access to Climate Experts

Christopher Petrone, Pat Harcourt

March 13

2:00 -3:00

Hyatt Regency McCormick Place, Grant Park A

Come Be a Paleoclimatologist and Discover the Relationship Between Climate and the Biosphere

Dawn Chegwidden, Betsy Youngman

March 13

3:30

McCormick Place, S404a

Climate Change Series 1: Climate Stewards Roundtable Presentations

Bruce Moravchik, Molly Harrison, Peg Steffen

March 14

8:00-9:30

McCormick Place, W184bc

Climate Change Series 2: Antarctic Team Showcases Ice Cores

Dr. TJ Fudge, Kristina Slawny, Linda Morris

March 14

9:30 – 11:15

McCormack Place W184bc

NGSS@NSTA Share-a-Thon

March 14

9:30-10:30

McCormick Place, W183a/b

Climate Change Series 3: Teaching Climate? Learn How to Use the Climate.gov 2014 National Climate Assessment Resources for Educators

Frank Niepold

March 14

11:20 – 12:20

McCormick Place, W184bc

Climate Change Series 4: Bring Climate Change Closer to Home: U.S. Forest Service Climate Change Education Resources

Victoria Arthur

March 14 12:45 PM – 1:45 PM

McCormick Place, W184bc

Climate Change Series 5: Climate Science in Action

Peg Steffen

March 14

1:50-2:50

McCormick Place, W184bc

Data Sets for Climate Education

Patricia Harcourt

March 14

2:00 – 3:00

McCormick Place, W192c

Climate Change MADE CLEAR

Christopher Petrone

March 14

2:30-3:00

Hyatt Regency McCormick Place, Hyde Park B

Place-based Climate Change Education

Kristen Poppleton

March 14

2:00-2:30

Hyatt Regency McCormick Place, Hyde Park B

Climate Change Series 6: ClimateChangeLIVE Distance Learning Project—Engage Your Students in Climate Change Learning and Being Part of the Solution!

Victoria Arthur

March 14

2:55-3:55

McCormick Place, W184bc

Climate Change Series 7: Use NGSS as a Pathway to Climate Literacy

Kristen Poppleton, Frank Niepold

March 14

4:00  – 5:00

McCormick Place, W184bc

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