Ocean for Life: One World, One Ocean
Enhancing Cultural Understanding through Ocean Science
Ocean for Life: One World, One Ocean increases cultural understanding through ocean science by providing high quality, immersive ocean field studies and follow-on education programs to encourage students to discover common ground in marine science, conservation and how the ocean connects us all.
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Below are a sampling of the multimedia projects that the students created during the Ocean for Life program.
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2011 Youth Media Projects
||Overall Experience (34.3 MB)|
Multicultural students poetically share what the overall Ocean for Life experience means to them.
||Cultural Understanding (42.4 MB)|
Ocean for Life students explore the idea of cultural understanding through their youth media project developed in collaboration with National Geographic Media Camp.
||Sense of Place (39.8 MB)|
This youth media project artfully depicts the Ocean for Life student's idea of sense of place - sense of place of Santa Barbara, California, the Channel Islands, the Chumash (First Peoples) home and the ocean.
||Interconnectedness (21.1 MB)|
Ocean for Life students share what they learned about the theme of interconnectedness - the interconnectedness of the global ocean and diverse cultures.
||Ocean Stewardship (39.8 MB)|
Ocean for Life students communicate about issues facing the ocean and how they will promote ocean conservation and stewardship when they return home.
2009 Youth Media Projects