Environmental Evolution – online general science course

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Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
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Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
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The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
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Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
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The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
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Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
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Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
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Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
Read More

The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
Read More

Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
Read More

The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
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Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
Read More

The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
Read More

Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
Read More

The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
Read More

Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
Read More

The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
Read More

Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
Read More

The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
Read More

Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
Read More

The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
Read More

Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
Read More

The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
Read More

Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
Read More

The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
Read More

Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
Read More

The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
Read More

Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
Read More

The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
Read More

Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
Read More

The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
Read More

Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
Read More

The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
Read More

Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
Read More

The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
Read More

Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
Read More

The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
Read More

Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
Read More

The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
Read More

Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
Read More

The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
Read More

Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
Read More

The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
Read More

Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
Read More

The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
Read More

Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
Read More

The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
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Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

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A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
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Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
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Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
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The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
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Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
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The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
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Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
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Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
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The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
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Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
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The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
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Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
Read More

Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
Read More

The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
Read More

Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
Read More

The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
Read More

Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
Read More

The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
Read More

Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
Read More

The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
Read More

Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
Read More

The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
Read More

Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
Read More

The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
Read More

Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
Read More

The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
Read More

Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
Read More

The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
Read More

Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
Read More

The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
Read More

Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
Read More

The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
Read More

Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
Read More

The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
Read More

Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
Read More

The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
Read More

Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
Read More

The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
Read More

Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
Read More

The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
Read More

Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
Read More

The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
Read More

Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
Read More

The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
Read More

Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
Read More

The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
Read More

Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
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The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

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This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
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Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

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On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
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Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

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A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
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Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

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A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
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Environmental Evolution – online general science course

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Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
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Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

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This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
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The Origin and Fate of the Universe

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September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
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Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

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This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
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The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
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Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
Read More

The Origin and Fate of the Universe

Profile photo of Lowell Gustafson
September 14, 2016, 4:30 Connelly Center Cinema; Villanova University David Chuss, Department of Physics “How did the Universe begin?” is one of humanity’s oldest questions. Though the approach to this question has spanned many fields of study, the last century has provided the opportunity to apply the scientific method to The Origin and Fate of the Universe[....]
Read More

Waking up in the Anthropocene: Big History and the Biosphere

Profile photo of Rich Blundell
This is a Powerpoint Presentation of chapters 3 and 4 of the author's doctoral dissertation. It contains theoretical development and qualitative data from an empirical study. This presentation was delivered at the 2016 International Big History Association Conference.
Read More

The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education (Arabic/English Transcript for the Video)

Profile photo of Noha Tarek
This is an easy-to-read organized transcript of the the video "The Deep Time Framework: A Transdisciplinary Foundation for Education", written in both Arabic & English in opposite paragraphs (to make it also neat for Arabic/English learners).
Read More

Earth Charter plus 15 Webinar on Ecological Integrity

Profile photo of Orla Hazra
On 3 June Brendan Mackey will speak about how the Earth Charter conveys the concepts of ecological integrity and what that means regarding ways of living and dilemmas of policy and decision making
Read More

Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution

Profile photo of Harold Wood
A presentation/sermon presented at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Visalia on 2-17-13, exploring how we can celebrate and share the scientific story of the cosmos, of life, and of our human journey in meaningful and inspiring ways. After offering a critique of Young Earth Biblical Creationism being offered in public Celebrating and Teaching the Epic of Evolution[....]
Read More

Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis

Profile photo of Paul Morgan
A Presentation from the 2007 Metanexus Institute Conference: There are a number of issues raised by the assertion around which this year’s conference is organized: “the challenge of the 21st century will be to integrate or synthesize the outcomes of the exponential growth in human knowledge into meaningful wholes.” One Transdisciplinarity, Worldview Change, and the Planetary Ecological Crisis[....]
Read More

Environmental Evolution – online general science course

Profile photo of James MacAllister
Environmental Evolution, the Lynn Margulis legacy course, is a big-picture science course that examines the co-evolution of life and the environment. It offers an understanding of Gaia Theory, Earth history, the origin and effects of life, and the theory of evolution. It also provides insight into contemporary issues such as Environmental Evolution – online general science course[....]
Read More

Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point

Profile photo of Priscilla Spears
This is the PowerPoint from Priscilla's 2017 presentation at the national conference of the American Montessori Society. It gives suggestions for updating botany impressionistic charts, classification charts, and the timeline of life. It includes a list of topics that included in today's college biology and in the newer standards for Biology Updates for Teacher Educators 2017 AMS Power Point[....]
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