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FOR SEA Institute of Marine Science

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Exploring Marine Science Teaching Guides

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Seal Rock Marine Interpretive Trail

Books That Inspire Marine Biology

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Exploring
Marine Science Explorations

Follow the links below to comprehensive marine science teacher and student resources which provide hundreds of lessons from award-winning marine science curricula including: science curricula including:
FOR SEA from the Institute of Marine Science are comprehensive hands-on, minds-on marine science curriculum for grades 1-12;

MARE from Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science which is especially useful with students with limited language proficiency, and;

Living in Water from the National Aquarium in Baltimore which focuses on freshwater environments.

Each curriculum includes scores of resource files from whale identification photos to satellite images of the world ocean. Lessons are presented as both PDF documents and as Microsoft Word documents, enabling users to customize and localize the activities. A powerful search engine allows users to browse synopses, search by keyword or topic, view lessons and resources, correlate lessons to the American Academy for the Advancement of Science’s Project 2061 guidelines, and more.


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