Dustin Eirdosh

Dustin works his wife, Susan Hanisch, to develop an international teacher training cooperation between the universities of Madagascar and multiple international partners through their non-profit Big Red Earth. He is currently a doctoral candidate in Biology Education at the University of Leipzig in Germany. There he is studying conceptual change in teacher education students on the topic of adaptive flexibility in humans in relation to Education for Sustainable Development, and developing an international network for learning about evolution with kids.
He tweets @GlobalESD and @EvoKidsGlobal

Recent Posts

March 21, 2017 in Education

Learning About Evolution With Kids: A Global Network in Development

Evolutionary literacy provides a common currency of language and conceptions to connect human understanding across the natural and social world.
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February 11, 2016 in Darwin Day 2016, Mind

What was Darwin Thinking? A Lesson From The Psychology of Evolution

While you may have heard of evolutionary psychology, this article is actually about the psychology of evolution itself. That is, the study of how evolutionary thinking develops and thrives across…
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December 18, 2015 in Culture

Share the Big History of Psychological Flexibility

Can our species collectively cultivate the socio-cultural changes required to make our shared visions of humanistic values become real on a global scale?
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