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Insights from interdisciplinary, experiential, and place-based climate education. Dr. Lindsay Galway, Dr. Margot Parkes, Dr. Thomas Beery - Shared screen with speaker view
Lindsay Galway (she/her, born 342 ppm C02)
15:26
i love the idea of a 'rolling classroom"!
Margot Parkes
15:59
Indeed, the flows, connections and experiences included.
Sunday Harrison
27:14
Roots to Harvest is awesome! Glad to hear
Ledah McKellar (she/her)
27:20
Check out the recordings and visual outputs from the virtual events here:https://livinglabs.lakeheadu.ca/news-events/climate-action-field-school-e/field-school-recordings/
Ledah McKellar (she/her)
27:48
Explore the Thunder Bay Climate Action Field School via a virtual 360: tour https://kuula.co/share/collection/7k8Kw?logo=1&info=0&fs=1&vr=1&zoom=1&sd=1&initload=0&thumbs=1 AND https://livinglabs.lakeheadu.ca/news-events/climate-action-field-school-e/
Lindsay Galway (she/her, born 342 ppm C02)
36:48
Perhaps Lakehead next? :)
Thomas Beery
43:42
More information about Kristianstad from the UN Biosphere Reserve standpoint: https://vattenriket.kristianstad.se/
Sunday Harrison
45:47
Can panelists comment on the value of school gardens, at every level, for teachings on climate crisis?
Ellen Field
46:47
Following on Connie’s question, do you find that students are able to make the connections between the experience and climate change? How much priming or debriefing do you find you need to do to make these linkages?
Lydia Rocks!
47:10
Thomas, I love the mobility inclusion!!
gerardo reyes
48:06
How did you navigate Covid-19 in terms of actually running field schools; i.e., what key adaptations did you make?
Rena Viehbeck
48:09
question for any or all panelists: how might you take your climate pedagogy understanding and transfer that to engagement with decision makers? perhaps in otherwords, what examples from your experience could be transferred to put in place with government leaders?
Margot Parkes
49:58
https://www2.unbc.ca/sites/default/files/sections/integrated-watershed-research-group/seasonalrounds21.jpg
Lindsay Galway (she/her, born 342 ppm C02)
51:13
i love that "growing spaces" can take multiple meanings.
John Baumann
51:36
Great question about school gardens. It's possible to make connections with gardeners in local school communities to host visits from children - and even actively gardening there. But in Ontario very few schools have gardens of their own.
Margot Parkes
52:36
Tangentially to this question: Some of the links in my slides for future reference, is this is of interest…
Margot Parkes
52:41
Canadian Community of Practice in Ecosystem Approaches to Health(feeding into UNBC HHSC760: Field Course in Human Ecology)https://copeh-canada.org/
Margot Parkes
52:45
Ecological Determinants Group on Education+ IUHPE GWG on Waiora Planetary Health(feeding into UNBC HHSC473/606, Health Promotion)https://www.cpha.ca/EDGE and https://www.iuhpe.org/index.php/en/global-working-groups-gwgs/gwg-waiora
Margot Parkes
52:56
Koh-learning in our Watersheds: Transforming Education by Connecting Students, Communities and Waterways(School District 91/ UNBC EDUC & Independent Studies)https://www.unbc.ca/iwrg (Nechako, Theme 3)https://www2.unbc.ca/integrated-watershed-research-group/koh-learning-our-watersheds-transforming-education-connecting-students-communities-and-waterwayshttps://www2.unbc.ca/integrated-watershed-research-group/koh-learning-updates
Ellen Field
55:11
I love the way you phrased this Margot “wrestle complexity into coherence”. What we aim for in climate change education. ++
Ledah McKellar (she/her)
55:34
I love that line too
Margot Parkes
01:00:05
Participatory Risk Management is an excellent collective framing.
Ellen Field
01:00:17
+participatory risk management and challenge by individual choice.
Richella Hyde
01:01:08
Thank you so much for taking the time to share with us your inspirational work! I hope my future includes many of these great programs even if it is directing students toward your programs!
Elisabeth Lefebvre (she/her/elle)
01:01:22
Thank you! Your presentations are really inspiring!
Barbara Parker (she/her)
01:01:35
Thanks to the speakers for sharing their insights! Great discussion!
Ledah McKellar (she/her)
01:01:45
Register for the rest of this week’s events here https://www.lakeheadu.ca/teaching-commons/events-and-activities/annual-and-special-events/teaching-and-learning-week-2021
Kelly Brennan Teaching Commons ID
01:01:50
Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge! You are changing the future through your learners, thank you for your work!
John Baumann
01:02:05
Thanks to all for your great presentations. Keep up your inspiring work!
Mackenzie DeCaire
01:02:13
Thank you!
Margot Parkes
01:02:13
Thanks all - a great hour together.