Voices of the Bay curriculum uses engaging, hands-on activities to provide a deeper understanding of the marine ecology, economics, and culture that surrounds fisheries while meeting a range of science, math, social science, and communications educational standards. The modules provide an excellent multi-disciplinary compliment to a school's regular curricula and instruction.
Each of the three instructional modules may be implemented as stand-alone activities or sequenced as a more comprehensive course of study.
Students take part in a simulated fishery, make regulation decisions, and face natural and man-made challenges the fishery and the squid population (Science).
Students have the opportunity to get an "insider's" view of the complex factors that determine the viability of a commercial fishery (Social Studies / Economics).