Other "Ocean Literacy" and Related Efforts NMEA/COSEE NSES Ad Hoc Subcommittee Report http://www.oceanliteracy.org http://necosee.net/resources/Ocean_LiteracyDoc.pdf http://oceanworld.tamu.edu/home/key-concepts.html http://oceanworld.tamu.edu/home/ocean-literacy.html http://www.oceancommission.gov/documents/prepub_report/chapter8.pdf California Environmental Education Law National Geographic 2002 http://www.nap.edu/readingroom/books/nses/html/overview.html#content Other "Literacy" Projects Follow example of previous National Geographic Workshop "Oceans for Life" Ocean Literacy through Geography 2002 http://www.library.ucsb.edu/istl/00-winter/article2.html http://www.project2061.org http://www.project2061.org/tools/benchol/bolintro.htm Encourage broadest possible multidisciplinary definition of ocean literacy Involve Constituency Groups and Individuals to reach a consensus Workshop Planning Team Create Agenda Invitee Recommendations Outline Process Facilitate online conference Sarah Schoedinger, Francesca Cava, Craig Strang, Peter Tuddenham Constituency/ Ocean Community relationships 16 day Online Workshop October 2004 100 Invitees - One hour per day 16 days asynchronously  = equivalent of 2 full days face- to-face meeting 18 - 31 October 2004 Asynchronous Computer Conference  - An Online Workshop on College of Exploration Computer Conference Center Invitation, Registration, Preparation Letter/Acceptance Complete Survey Registration for online access Background Reading and preparation http://www.betareourcesinc.com/nc/olit2004 Day by Day Agenda Introductions and Video segments Review Summary of Survey Ocean Literacy Themes Identify Ocean Content and Concepts to meet Science Standards Review Science Standards and Benchmarks Discuss and Consensus on Ocean Literacy Applications to different educational settings Tools, techniques for K-12 educators to work with Suggest Assessments Output Document Summary of Discussions produced by Editor Working community definition of "ocean literacy" at K-12 level Map of Ocean Content to Science Standards and Benchmarks Answer two questions What do we mean by Ocean Literacy? What subjects/concepts can be mapped to K-12 National Science Standards? Assessments D:\My Documents\College of Exploration\Ocean Literacy\Ocean for Life Assessment.htm Backwards Design Process by Wiggins Focus on Overarching Enduring Themes http://pixel.fhda.edu/id/six_facets.html Transcripts oli2004meeting.pdf Science Standards Input olit2004unifying.pdf olit2004inquiry.pdf olit2004physicalscience.pdf olit2004life.pdf olit2004earth.pdf olit2004science.pdf olit2004personal.pdf olit2004history.pdf " alt="..\..\..\My Maps\"> Working Group Ocean_Literacy_Onlin_277C14[1].doc Draft Matrix http://www.mbari.org/education/nses.htm Results and Outputs Publication/chart/pamphlet that puts ocean content to science standards and benchmarks Enduring Issues and Themes that constitute Ocean Literacy Contribute to/influence K-12 text book industry Follow Up to Participants and Community  with Draft Document Presentation at NMEA 2005 Public Website on this Process D:\My Documents\College of Exploration\Ocean Literacy\Glossary.pdf Sponsors http://www.nationalgeographic.com/seas http://www.noaa.gov Endorsed by http://www.marine-ed.org http://www.cosee.net http://www.theoceanproject.org/ http://www.aza.org Ongoing Collaboration http://www.seedwiki.com/wiki/ocean_literacy/?wpid=