Supporting Teachers

We give science teachers the tools and skills they need to help their students overcome misconceptions and misinformation about climate change and evolution.

Karen Hibdon

Biology, Environmental Science, AP Environmental Science
Hickman HS
Columbia
Missouri

Prior to teaching, Karen Hibdon has had experience as an applied scientist working in environmental assessment and treatment. She has developed curricula and training for place-based education and is currently collaborating with the City of Columbia’s Sustainability Manager on renewable energy and reduction of the city’s impact on climate change. In addition, Hibdon is working with Kenneth MacLeod from the University of Missouri, Columbia, to develop project-based learning labs on paleoclimatology, paleoceanography, and geochemistry.

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