#Sackler #SciComm diversity comments
Science of Science Communication II #SciComm; September 23-25, 2013, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC; See at end suggestion that Professor Cynthia-Lou Coleman be a speaker at Sackler III
- — LizNeeley (@LizNeeley)Sun, Sep 22 2013 20:34:15
- — Richard Gayle (@rbgayle)Mon, Sep 23 2013 06:00:26#Sackler talking about east Asian vs. western approaches to communication. Asians examine background more. Western sees foreground changes.
- — elissayancey (@elissayancey)Mon, Sep 23 2013 06:04:34Informal science learning, culturally based science education: euro Americans "respect nature" native Americans "part of nature" #sackler
- — Siobhan E. Gallagher (@sgalla)Mon, Sep 23 2013 06:04:51#Sackler DMedin: ecosystem Euroamericans want kids to respect nature. Native American group wants kids to know they are part of nature.
- — ILSI (@ILSI_Global)Mon, Sep 23 2013 06:09:46#sackler Doug Medin, culture determines education eg subjective distance from ecosystems Euro-Americans "respect" Native-Americans "part of"
- — Siobhan E. Gallagher (@sgalla)Mon, Sep 23 2013 06:31:41#Sackler K Dunbar talk: native cultures and time, should we gloss over differences or use differences to communicate science?
- — elissayancey (@elissayancey)Mon, Sep 23 2013 06:38:43Diversity of scientists will enhance ability to converge cultural epistemologies -- diff scientists approach same ?s differently #sackler
- — Brown Brain Science (@BrownBrainSci)Mon, Sep 23 2013 06:47:17
- — Brooke Smith (@brookesimler)Mon, Sep 23 2013 06:52:49Good question #sackler, does "culture" or "audiences"matter? Yes! Both. Not just race and nationality, it's context and daily/world view.
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