Education and communication are among the most powerful tools the nation has to bring hidden hazards to public attention, understanding, and action.
Bumble bees, extreme weather events, sea ice loss, and drought. The impacts of climate change are being felt by communities and creatures across our nation—and world. The Forum on
Digital Media for STEM Learning: Climate Education will explore how the stories and science behind these impacts are increasingly being integrated into classroom instruction and STEM
education contexts, with a focus on digital media. Held at WGBH’s Brighton studio on Monday, November 9, 2015, this highly-interactive and fast-paced event will examine emerging narratives in climate education, digital media tools and products that show unique potential for
educational settings, and promising modes of engagement for students, teachers and schools.
This trailer from the 2014 Forum offers an overview of the format of this event: