Using authentic science in climate change education

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Feb 20, 2018
Jordan, R., Sorensen, A. E., Shwom, R., Robinson, J. M., Isenhour, C., Gray, S, Nucci, M, Ebert-May, D



In this article, we argue that engagement with authentic science is a means to mediate trust and motivation in those who are learning about climate change. To illustrate the argument, we provide a curricular example that focuses on authentic climate science data. We conclude with an example of how researchers from multiple disciplines can use model-based reasoning to collaboratively design educational experiences.

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