Initial Publication Date: April 30, 2019

2018 CLN Teleconferences

December 18th, 2018: Anne Armstrong - Climate Change MOOC

December 11th, 2018: Kristen Poppleton - COP24: Call-In From Participating Students

December 4th, 2018: Randy Russell - Climate Simulations

November 27th, 2018: Brad Hoge - Climate Unit: Turning Misinformation into Educational Opportunities

The 6 presentations between October 16 & November 20 were on Community Climate Action Case Studies highlighted at the Global Climate Action Summit:

November 20th, 2018: Climate Education Partner's Assessment of Opportunities for Leading in a Changing Climate: Working Together to Protect Your Region's Quality of Life for Future Generations

November 13th, 2018: Comprehensive Workforce Development for Social and Environmental Justice

November 6th, 2018: Strategic Energy Innovations Case Study – Community Transformation through Youth Leadership

October 30th, 2018: National Network for Ocean and Climate Change Interpretation Case Study

October 23, 2018: Drawdown Learn Case Study

October 16, 2018: Jen Kretser: Youth at the Helm of Building Community Climate Empowerment

October 9, 2018: Rachel Connolly - PBS Learning Media Weather & Climate Resources using NASA data

October 2, 2018: NSTA Position Statement Authors (Frank Niepold, Don Haas, Eric Pyle, Cheryl Manning) - Confronts Challenges of Teaching Climate Change in Nation's Science Classrooms.

September 25, 2018: Anne Gold: CLEAN Collection and resources

September 18, 2018: Accelerating Climate Action Through Education at the Global Climate Action Summit

September 11, 2018: NO CALL - Global Climate Action Summit

September 4, 2018: Informal Discussion

August 28, 2018: Informal Discussion

August 21, 2018: Sarah Duffer: Implementing the Drawdown Curriculum in High School Environmental Science Classes

August 14, 2018: Informal Discussion

August 7, 2018: Informal Discussion

July 31, 2018: Informal Discussion

July 24, 2018: Informal Discussion

July 17, 2018: No Teleconference

July 10, 2018: Informal Discussion

June 26th and July 3rd: No Teleconference

June 19, 2018: Lynne Cherry: Teaching Science and Civic Engagement with Hope and Youth Solutions: How Young People Can Catalyze Action on Climate Change

June 12, 2018: Carolyn Keen, Margie Turrin and Laurel Zaima: Kahoot Games for Climate Education

June 5, 2018: Informal Discussion

May 29, 2018: Jessica Bean and Aleeza Oshry: Teaching Earth Systems and Global Change

May 22, 2018: Marda Kirn: Interspecies Communication or Marriage Made in Heaven? Science Art Collaborations Advancing Sustainability

May 15, 2018: Jennifer Marlon and Abigail Cheskis: YPCCC Climate Opinion Resources for Educators

May 8, 2018: Sarah Goodspeed- Climate Generation's New Climate Commitments: School Board Resolution Toolkit

May 1, 2018: Informal Discussion

April 24, 2018: Conversation to strategize how the CLEAN Network can enhance Climate Change Education Professional Development Opportunities. Tamara Ledley will lead the discussion.

April 17, 2018: Wendy Abshire & Dr. Chad Kauffman – American Meteorological Society (AMS) Education Program: Climate-focused Activities

April 10, 2018: Jeremy Hoffman – The Science Museum of Virginia- Informal Climate Resilience Education- what we've learned (so far)

April 3, 2018: Caitlin Kirby: Understanding Climate Change Behaviors Using a Modified Theory of Planned Behavior

March 27, 2018: Informal discussion

March 20, 2018: AGU Planning

March 13, 2018: Natalie Stapert: New Opportunities – Teaching Climate Change in Reading, Writing and Social Studies Classes

March 6, 2018: Jane Heinze-Fry: A Resource-linked Concept Map of Climate Change

February 27, 2018: Laney Siegner: The case for integrating food systems and climate change education

February 20, 2018: Larrea Cottingham: Climate Action by Flagstaff Students

February 13, 2018: Beth Osnes: Youth Engagement with Climate Through Performance

February 6, 2018: Don Duggan-Haas: An NGSS Pre-Mortem – What will be different this time?

January 30, 2018: Rebecca Anderson: Evaluation of Our Climate Our Future

January 23, 2018: Kristen Poppleton: Climate Generation: Advancing Climate Action through Education, Public Engagement and Youth Leadership

January 16, 2018: Katie Siegner & Patrick Chandler, new ESIP CLEAN fellows presenting about their work.

January 9, 2018: Student Produced Films around Locally Relevant Climate Change - the Lens on Climate Change Project with Anne Gold

January 2, 2018: Informal Discussion

No recording available.