PICOs

EOS7.1 | PICO ECS

Climate education is often underestimated, both in terms of the role it can play in meeting the challenges of climate change, and with regards the difficulty of delivering it effectively. Climate change poses not only interdisciplinary scientific challenges around understanding the problem, but also socio-economic, technological, ethical and political challenges to implement appropriate responses at local to global scales. To rise to these challenges there is a growing need for climate education approaches and resources that adopt integrative learning objectives and pedagogically effective practices. Key objectives of climate education include furthering learners’ content knowledge of climate science and options for action (e.g., climate feedbacks, impacts, adaptation measures, renewable energy), cultivating science and communication skills (e.g., quantitative literacy, critical thinking, writing to inform), and initiating positive attitudes and actions (e.g., empathy and behavioural change).

This session invites contributions on climate education and outreach across all age levels (primary, high school and adult), settings (formal and informal) and approaches (e.g., websites, lab demos, serious games, pedagogic research, course design, citizen science, filmmaking, art). Contributions related to upper primary and middle school levels and those concerning adaptation of technical scientific materials for teaching, are particularly encouraged. The session is an opportunity for educators, resource developers, pedagogical experts and scientists to network and share ideas and research on climate education.

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Co-organized as CL3.16
Convener: Robin Matthews | Co-conveners: Ines Blumenthal, Cheryl LB Manning, M.A. Martin, Jenny Schlüpmann
PICOs
| Mon, 08 Apr, 10:45–12:30
 
PICO spot 4

Monday, 8 April 2019

PICO spot 4
Chairperson: Robin Matthews
10-minute Presentation
Place-based Education
10:55–10:57 |
PICO4.2 |
EGU2019-7833
| Highlight
Wolfgang Gurgiser and Kristin Richter
10:57–10:59 |
PICO4.3 |
EGU2019-12554
| Highlight
Sergio Nordio, Federica Flapp, and Simonetta Fumich
10:59–11:01 |
PICO4.4 |
EGU2019-16820
| Highlight
Florence Halstead and Daniel Parsons
Citizen Science and Climate Action
11:01–11:03 |
PICO4.5 |
EGU2019-11178
| Highlight
“Saving Our Planet” introduces “The Climate School” : a climate change awareness and solutions program
(withdrawn)
Stephan Savarese and Hans J. Rasmussen
11:03–11:05 |
PICO4.6 |
EGU2019-16754
Rebecca Hood-Nowotny, Elisabeth Ziss, Andrea Watzinger, and Anna Wawara
Autonomous Learning
11:05–11:07 |
PICO4.7 |
EGU2019-2780
| Highlight
Pimnutcha Promduangsri, Pariphat Promduangsri, and David Crookall
Using Learning Technology
11:07–11:09 |
PICO4.8 |
EGU2019-18734
| Highlight
Ines Blumenthal and Jürgen Peter Kropp
11:09–11:11 |
PICO4.9 |
EGU2019-17956
| Highlight
Anne-Katrine Faber and Helle Astrid Kjær
Misconceptions
11:13–11:15 |
PICO4.11 |
EGU2019-13097
| Highlight
Anett Kádár and Andrea Farsang
Climate Physics
11:17–11:19 |
PICO4.13 |
EGU2019-8114
| Highlight
Sally Dacie
Large-scale Climate Education Initiatives
11:19–11:21 |
PICO4.14 |
EGU2019-2977
| Highlight
Michael Passow, Wendy Abshire, Chad Kauffman, Elizabeth Mills, and Abigail Stimach
11:21–11:23 |
PICO4.15 |
EGU2019-15769
Lydie Lescarmontier, David Wilgenbus, Eric Guilyardi, Pierre Léna, Robin Matthews, Jenny Schlüpmann, Cliona Murphy, Anwar Bhai Rumjaun, and Maria A. Martin
11:23–12:30