54 min

Climate Changes Teaching: A Conversation with Sarah Jaquette Ray and Stephen Siperstein ASLE EcoCast Podcast

    • Education

With the start of a new semester for most of us, it felt like the perfect time to release a great conversation on climate change pedagogy (this episode’s Root Word!) with Sarah Jaquette Ray and Stephen Siperstein. Sarah is professor and head of the Environmental Studies BA program at Humboldt State University, and Stephen lives at the Environmental Immersion Program at Choate Rosemary Hall in Connecticut where he teaches courses in environmental humanities and interdisciplinary environmental research methods, and directs the school’s Writing Center.


UC-CSU NXTerra: https://www.nxterra.orfaleacenter.ucsb.edu/


Find Sarah on Twitter @sjaquetteray or her website: www.sarahjaquetteray.com


Find Stephen on Twitter @ssiperstein or email: ssiperstein@choate.edu


If you have an idea for an episode, please submit your proposal here: https://forms.gle/Y1S1eP9yXxcNkgWHA 


Twitter: @ASLE_EcoCast


Jemma: @Geowrites


Brandon: @BeGalm


If you’re enjoying the show, please consider subscribing, sharing, and writing reviews on your favorite podcast platform(s)!


Episode recorded November 21, 2020.


CC BY-NC-ND 4.0

With the start of a new semester for most of us, it felt like the perfect time to release a great conversation on climate change pedagogy (this episode’s Root Word!) with Sarah Jaquette Ray and Stephen Siperstein. Sarah is professor and head of the Environmental Studies BA program at Humboldt State University, and Stephen lives at the Environmental Immersion Program at Choate Rosemary Hall in Connecticut where he teaches courses in environmental humanities and interdisciplinary environmental research methods, and directs the school’s Writing Center.


UC-CSU NXTerra: https://www.nxterra.orfaleacenter.ucsb.edu/


Find Sarah on Twitter @sjaquetteray or her website: www.sarahjaquetteray.com


Find Stephen on Twitter @ssiperstein or email: ssiperstein@choate.edu


If you have an idea for an episode, please submit your proposal here: https://forms.gle/Y1S1eP9yXxcNkgWHA 


Twitter: @ASLE_EcoCast


Jemma: @Geowrites


Brandon: @BeGalm


If you’re enjoying the show, please consider subscribing, sharing, and writing reviews on your favorite podcast platform(s)!


Episode recorded November 21, 2020.


CC BY-NC-ND 4.0

54 min

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