Tuesday, December 15, 2009
California Coastal Commission Invites Your Students to Participate in their Art and Poetry Contest | Alie LeBeau
Submissions are due by January 30, 2010 for the annual student contest and includes prizes for both students and teachers.
For those aspiring artists and poets in your class, here is a great opportunity to combine ocean science, writing, and visual arts. The California Coastal Commission believes that “by encouraging youth to reflect on the beauty and spirit of California’s beaches and ocean, we [can] inspire a greater sense of stewardship for these natural places. A population that cares about the coast is more likely to work to conserve and protect it.”
Wednesday, November 18, 2009 2 Comments
Participate in our NOAA Office of Exploration workshops and receive a $100 stipend (plus breakfast, lunch, and a bunch of other goodies.)
As part of our alliance partnership with NOAA’s Office of Exploration, the Aquarium will host a series of workshops for teachers serving grades 6-12.
Friday, October 30, 2009
Have you asked yourself these questions about climate change?
If climate change is one of those topics you know you should cover, but can’t figure our how to make it work, then the 2nd Annual Climate Change Educator Workshop might be perfect for you.
Thursday, July 09, 2009 1 Comment
Have you been feeling like your voice isn’t heard when it comes to environmental issues? Are you a recreational fisherman, scuba diver, boater, or just a fan of beautiful beaches?
Here is an opportunity for you to learn more, and speak your mind about underwater parks.
Tuesday, June 02, 2009 2 Comments
Congratulations! You’ve made it to the end of another school year. We’ve got a special free event created just for you this summer that you won’t want to miss!