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What Are Innovative Ways to Teach Causality? Part 2: Global Thinking

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Tina Grotzer is an Associate Professor at Harvard Graduate School of Education who has developed resources to teach causality. In this video, Dr. Grotzer talks about the Causal Patterns in Science series, which helps teachers teach the causal patterns embedded in science curricula so that students emerge with a deeper understanding.

In Part 1, Dr. Grotzer spoke about resources that focus on teaching causality as it relates to discrete topics in physics and biology. In Part 2, she explores additional resources that focus on teaching causal patterns so that you can infuse them into any science topic.

In addition, she highlights a new set of resources focused on key features of causality that relate to environmental issues, and what it means to be a global thinker.

December 1, 2014
Aaron Bernstein, MD, MPH

Aaron Bernstein is the Interim Director of The Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment, a pediatrician at Boston Children’s Hospital, and an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics.

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