#7 Education with links to the Sea
26 June 2018
- Kate Keary (Teacher, Brewongle Environmental Education Centre, Leader of the AAEE Australian Marine Education Network)
- Janine Baker (Marine Ecologist, Marine Educator)
- Andrew Walsh (Primary Coordinator, Woodbridge School Marine Discovery Centre, Jetty Rd Woodbridge)
- Craig Strang (Lawrence Hall of Science, USA)
- Carl Charter (EMS - Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries Inc.)
- Harry Breidahl (Director at Nautilus Educational).
Craig Strang - OLinUSAandAroundWorld_for_AAEE
Discussions and Topics:
- Harry Breidahl - A short history of the development of OL in the USA.
- Harry Breidahl - OL on the international scene Perhaps Geraldine Fauville (based in Sweden but chair of NMEA international committee).
- Andrew Walsh - Why OL is important to Australian learners and links with Australian curriculum.
- Harry Breidahl - Examples of how OL has been adopted in Australia: the undergraduate unit EDF4219 Marine and Coastal Education at Monash Uni and the Two Bays Project.
- Kate Keary and Janine Baker to present on the links between OL and Seaweek.
- Kate Keary to present on AUSMAP, the Australian microplastics assessment project.
- Carl Charter on Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries Inc and 360 VR immersive marine experiences.
- Where to next? How do we coordinate our efforts? What other resources do teachers want/need?
Learning Circle #7 - Education with links to the sea - June 26 2018
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