Our carbon emissions are making the ocean more acidic, which threatens life in the global ocean Use these resources to educate yourself and others to take action.
Voices of the Bay: Fisheries Curriculum
Voices of the Bay introduces students to Monterey Bay's rich fishing heritage as well as its relevance and value today. Each of the three instructional modules that make up the Voices of the Bay curriculum may be implemented as stand-alone activities or sequenced, in the order suggested below, as a more comprehensive course of study.
NOAA Ocean Data Education Project
The NOAA Ocean Data Education (NODE) Project is developing curriculum for grades 5-8 designed to help teachers and students use real scientific data to explore dynamic Earth processes and understand the impact of environmental events on a regional or global scale.
Oceans for Life Lesson Plans and Videos
The Oceans for Life lesson plans and complementary short videos developed in partnership with National Geographic Society highlight cutting edge research, environmental issues facing the ocean today and our National Marine Sanctuaries. Appropriate for grades 6-8.
Evaluation of Environmental and Marine Education Programs
Learn how to create and see samples of program evaluation plans and an environmental education literature review. There are also tools and techniques for evaluation, examples of objectives and goals, an evaluation glossary, and an online resource guide to evaluation.