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Special Offers

We are encouraging cross-discipline teams of teachers from the same school or district or other association to participate in this workshop.

  • Free TEAM Online Meeting Space for 2004-2005 School Year
    Your team will have a private password protected space on the workshop site to work with each other online during the next eighteen months.
  •  Copy of NOAA Office of Ocean Explorationís
    Learning Ocean Science through Ocean Exploration
     - A Curriculum for Grades 6-12

    All TEAMS that participate will get a copy of this book of lesson plans.
    From bioluminescent corals to deep vent worms, from tropical underwater volcanoes to the Arctic Ocean floor, we know more about the Moon than our ocean. Bring the excitement of current ocean science discoveries to your students using this Ocean Exploration curriculum and a CD-ROM of the Ocean Explorer Web site from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

    Learning Ocean Science through Ocean Exploration is a newly-developed curriculum for teachers of Grades 6-12 that takes lesson plans that were developed for NOAA Voyages of Discovery and the Ocean Explorer Web Site and presents them in a comprehensive scope and sequence through subject area categories that cut across individual expeditions. Each lesson focuses on an inquiry-based approach to teaching and learning and is correlated to the National Science Education Standards 
    (more information)
  • For more information on the TEAM offer Contact Dr. Tina Bishop, Academic Director:
    Phone: 703-433-5760

The workshop and its materials are geared primarily to high school and middle school educators, but should be of interest to informal and formal educators of all levels. The presentations and topics focus on science, history, technology, social studies, and art.

Contact Dr. Bishop to discuss this opportunity and share your ideas.

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