Jan. 24, 2024: Temple Grandin on different kinds of thinkers; Transform with ‘The Butterfly Affect’

January 24, 2024
Colorado Matters host Ryan Warner and CU Boulder professor Beth Osnes are dressed as butterflies after they completed "The Butterfly Affect," an interactive performance piece about climate change and the environment. Jan. 17, 2024.Colorado Matters host Ryan Warner and CU Boulder professor Beth Osnes are dressed as butterflies after they completed "The Butterfly Affect," an interactive performance piece about climate change and the environment. Jan. 17, 2024.Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite
Colorado Matters host Ryan Warner and CU Boulder professor Beth Osnes are dressed as butterflies after they completed "The Butterfly Affect," an interactive performance piece about climate change and the environment. Jan. 17, 2024.

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Jan. 24, 2024: Temple Grandin on different kinds of thinkers; Transform with ‘The Butterfly Affect’

There are different kinds of thinkers. Temple Grandin is adamant about that. And the renowned CSU animal scientist says we must help kids understand what sort of thinkers they are. Then, getting students out of the classroom for hands-on learning. Plus, getting rid of plastic bags in Colorado stores. And "The Butterfly Affect" is a transformative way to overcome climate anxiety.