Board on Science Education
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Friday, November 28, 2014 
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   BOSE - TOPICS

Higher Education

Informal, Afterschool, and Public Engagement

Information and Communication Technology

PreK-12

Standards and Assessment

Policy and Program Reviews

Videos
Engaging Individual, Family, and Community Forestland Owners On Issues Related To Climate Change
August 27, 2013


Welcome and Overview of Day 2
Meredith Lane, Board on Environmental Change and Society (BECS), National Research Council


Lessons from Social and Behavioral Sciences
Moderator: Maureen McDonough, Michigan State University and Committee Member

Joe Heimlich
, Ohio State University and Committee Member


Chris Clarke, George Mason University


Question and Answer


Practitioner Reflections on Social and Behavior Science
Moderator: Maureen McDonough, Michigan State University and Committee Member

Claire Layman
, Michigan State University


Victor Harris, Minority Landowner Magazine


James Houser, James Houser Consulting Foresters, LLC.


Alton Perry, Roanoke Electric Cooperative


Amanda Mahaffey, Forest Guild


Karl Dalla-Rosa, U.S. Forest Service


Question and Answer



Audience Discussion of Breakout Session
Moderator: Jim Finley, Pennsylvania State University and Committee Chair


Major Themes and Moving Forward
Martin Storksdieck, Board on Science Education, National Research Council
Eric Norland, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)


Jim Finley, Pennsylvania State University and Committee Chair


Steve Koehn, Maryland Department of Natural Resources and Committee Member


Joe Heimlich, Ohio State University and Committee Member


Question and Answer



Final words
Jim Finley, Pennsylvania State University and Committee Chair
Eric Norland, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)
Martin Storksdieck, Board on Science Education, National Research Council

The National Academies