Extreme Weather and Estuaries
Learn about the importance of estuaries, NERRs and the impact of severe storms.
Make your own flip book to help you and your students learn how oysters filter the water around us.
Oyster Reef Battleship
First, learn about the importance of oysters and how it is they filter water, and then play the oyster reef battleship game.
Using a dichotomous key, students can get the experience of conducting a seine within the classroom
Marsh Mystery Water
Explore the density of several different salt solutions, and demonstrate the changes in salinity that occur when freshwater streams enter the salty ocean.
A GTM favorite, where
students learn about buoyancy, density, surface area, as well as the importance of biodiversity within our ocean. Click here
to view and print guide sheets to plankton commonly found at the GTM Research Reserve.
Phyto, Phyto, Zoo
An introduction to Phytoplankton and Zooplankton for elementary aged students.
Discuss how animals adapt over time, and how some animals, like bats and dolphins, have more senses than others, like humans.
Middle school curriculum about microplastics in our ocean. The curriculum was developed and evaluated as project in Marine Resource Management at Oregon State University.
Students design and carry our an experiment to learn about density, climate change and the difference between glaciers and icebergs and their impacts on sea-level rise.
NASA Climate Kids
Over 30 classroom and home activities modelling the effects of climate change in all a variety of ecosystems.
These are online professional development modules complimenting onsite teacher professional development opportunities. You must be registered for an onsite training module for these to count towards a professional development certificate. Continue to check out the calendar for upcoming training opportunities. Click on the module to begin.