Resources for Teachers & Students

Resources for Teachers

American Society for Microbiology – K-12 Lesson Plans

Black Gill Resources for Georgia Association of Marine Educators 2019

Current – The Journal of Marine Education — Black Gill in Shrimp

Earthguide – An interactive and easy-to-use educational resource about Earth, oceans and the environment

eNature – Resource provided by the National Wildlife Federation

Environmental Literacy Council

Environmental Science Journal for Kids (and Teens)

EPA Teaching Center

MARE Teaching Resources 

National Geographic Education Resource Library

National Marine Educators Association

National Ocean Sciences Bowl

National Science Foundation

NOAA Education Primarily for Teachers  

NOAA National Marine Sanctuaries

National Marine Sanctuaries Science webpage

National Marine Sanctuaries Education webpage

NOAA’s Resource Guide for Teachers of Marine Science

Ocean Planet Smithsonian  –  Educational Materials Associated with Ocean Planet

Project Oceanology

UGA Skidaway Institute of Oceanography — Black Gill in Shrimp

UGA Skidaway Institute of Oceanography — Black Gill FAQs

UGA Skidaway Institute of Oceanography — Black Gill Poster

UGA Skidaway Institute of Oceanography — Doliolids

Woods Hole Education K-12 Resources

Wyland Ocean Challenge

Georgia Project WET — Water Education for Teachers

Resources for Students

Science Journal for Kids (Environmental Science Journal for Teens)UGA Skidaway Institute contribution:  How do tiny ocean critters affect the global carbon cycle?
A.Stubbins, M. A. Moran, E. B. Kufawinski, and R. Fatland

Capturing Sealife With Underwater Cameras

Bioluminescence in Krill and Other Deep Sea Creatures

EPA Student Center

Fish FAQ – Fascinating Facts About Fish (from the Northeast Fisheries Science Center)

How Data Science Can Help Fight Climate Change

Microbe Zoo  Digital Learning Center for Microbial Ecology

Oceanography Terms

Smithsonian IdeaLabs

Smithsonian Explore by Topic

Careers in Oceanography and Marine Science

What is an oceanographer?

Sea Grant – Marine Careers

Remarkable Careers in Oceanography – Women Exploring the Oceans — Careers in Science

A Student’s Guide to Marine Biology

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