Exploring Ocean Data
Online Workshop for Science & Math Teachers
May 8th - 26th, 2000


Supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation


Learn how to use real data sets collected by scientists at sea. Use in science and math classes.


This workshop is on the World Wide Web.  This is a FREE workshop for educators and is limited to the first 250 registrations. Work with the scientists and other teachers in a webconference. Attend at home or school through your web-browser!
Brought to you by the
Bermuda Biological Station for Research and Coexploration.org

*  Introduction to Oceanography   * Introduction to Ocean Data 
* Using Ocean Data in your Lesson Plans
Find out more about the Classroom BATS program at

Dr Debbie Steinberg is a research scientist at the Bermuda Biological Station for Research (BBSR) and coordinator of the Bermuda Atlantic Time Series (BATS) program.   In 1998, Dr. Steinberg served as a host researcher and mentor scientist for the JASON Project.

Dr David Malmquist is a research scientist at the Bermuda Biological Station for Research (BBSR) . His professional background is in science communication and the study of ancient climates, with a Ph.D. in Earth Sciences from the University of California, Santa Cruz.

Go to www.coexploration.org/oceandata to register now!

** Miami Dade Teachers may receive 20 Master Plan Points for their active participation in this workshop. Other participants should consult their own institution for credit information.**

For further information on the workshop Miami-Dade Teachers can contact:
Rosa Harvey-Pratt, Miami DADE Schools -
or  Barbara Lima, Miami DADE Schools -