Swimming Fishes Game

COSEE-NOW presents Swimming Fishes, a human-sized board game appropriate for 10-15 year olds, that demonstrates how changes in water temperature may affect fisheries distribution. Visit Swimming Fishes

Visit the Education Materials archive from COSEE-NOW

K-8 Classroom Activities That Focus on the Ocean

This month’s Land, Sea and Air Educator Newsletter from Sea World focuses on the ocean.  Included are links to classroom activities by grade, from K-8; a PowerPoint presentation available for classroom use; a selection of online animal infobooks that contain a range of information about several marine mammals and ecosystems; a series of online FunGuides that explore underwater habitats;  and links to more.  Read Land Sea and Air

Art Contest Featuring Research Vessel

Encourage your students and colleagues’ students to submit entries for the J-aRt Contest, accepting any artwork featuring the intrepid research vessel JOIDES Resolution and her scientists and crew. Prizes include a visit to the winning school by members of the JR team.

Learn more about the ship

Enter the art contest

Questions: art@oceanleadership.org

Online Learning from American Museum of Natural History

For those of you looking for a professional development or graduate course this year, registration is open for 2009 – 2010 sessions of Seminars on Science from the American Museum of Natural History. Seminars on Science is in full swing for the upcoming academic year with eleven courses on the roster.  Courses include The Ocean System and Water: Environmental Science. Everything you might want to know about the program (including free resources, syllabi and info on how to sign up for graduate credit) can be found on the  website
Registration for Fall session 2 closes October 5th.  Sign up by September 21st for a $50 discount!
If you have any questions email seminfo@amnh.org or call: 800-649-6715