10:30–11:30 Presentations and Panel Discussions
Eddie Boyes (University of Liverpool): Student Mental Models of Global Warming and Climate Change
  Frank Niepold (NOAA): Nature and Quality of Teaching Materials for Climate Change Education
  Tom Marcinkowski (Florida Institute of Technology): Climate Literacy and Climate Pedagogy
11:30–12:00 Audience Q&A
12:00–1:00 Continued Audience Discussions
Lunch served
1:00–4:45 SESSION 3: STANDARDS AND TEACHERS
  This session will explore two critical aspects that influence the nature and quality of climate change education throughout the K-12 system: how standards may influence what is taught in classrooms, how teachers currently address climate change and climate science, and how teachers can be supported in effective ways.
1:00–2:15 Session 3A: Role of Science Education Standards
  Moderator: Jim Geringer (Workshop Committee Member)

This section will discuss the role of new science education standards and other frameworks, such as state environmental literacy plans and state standards in providing opportunities for addressing climate change and climate science in the K-12 curriculum.

1:00–2:00 Presentations and Panel Discussions
Brian Reiser (Northwestern University) and Stephen Pruitt (Achieve): Addressing climate change in the NRC Framework and the next generation science education standards
   
  Gilda Wheeler (Office of Superintendant of Public Instruction, State of Washington): A perspective from the state of Washington


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