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“NOAA” Resource collections

Education resources are distributed across many websites and program offices at NOAA and partner websites. This link to help you access these resources from one location.

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“Ocean Wise” Ocean literacy library

Ocean Literacy is broken up into 7 Key Principles. Each principle is a vital component of information and understanding that we need to be ocean literate. Within the range of K~12

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“Ocean Wise” Ocean plastic Education

They provide educational resources from elementary to high school. In addition, teacher tool kit, curriculum, plan, and students workbook are included.

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“Ocean wise” Virtual Aquaclass program

This virtual program connect students with the wonders of the ocean without having to leave the classroom.
(https://www.vanaqua.org/education/school-programs/virtual-aquaclass)

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“Sea Smart” Ocean trash talk (K-Gr 3~12)

"Sea Smart" take this video with children, talk about Ocean plastic pollution and reusable items instead of using disposable plastic. Main homepage: (https://seasmartschool.com)

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Are You Ocean Literate?

In this special episode of Voice of the Sea, we take a look at what it means to be ocean literate. The ocean regulates our weather and climate. It supplies food, medicine, minerals

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Human Health and the Ocean, what’s the connection? (Factsheet) (EN)

Factsheets by European Marine Board within the EU Horizon 2020-funded project Sea Change which explain the links between human health and the ocean to citizens using six themes.

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Human Health and the Ocean, what’s the connection? (Factsheet) (FR)

Factsheets by European Marine Board within the EU Horizon 2020-funded project Sea Change which explain the links between human health and the ocean to citizens using six themes.

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Make Your Plate Ocean Friendly

This is an infographic on sustainable seafood, and how to make your place ocean-friendly

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Marine Bio

Marine Bio covers all fields about the Ocean. Not only marine life, ocean pollution, climate change, but also visual education material resources for students and educators.

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MEDCLIC Kids App

The MEDCLIC KIDS APP is an educational app designed to introduce little ones to the world of marine science developed by the SOCIB (http://www.socib.eu/)

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NOAA

NOAA reach goes from the surface of the sun to the depths of the ocean floor as we work to keep the public informed of the changing environment around them.

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Ocean Literacy – Why should we learn about the Ocean?

Children from around the world share their thoughts about the Ocean.
A video by Ocean School, an educational and public engagement program to foster ocean literacy.

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Ocean Literacy for All: A toolkit

An IOC/UNESCO publication on ocean literacy theory and practice

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Ocean Literacy Framework

The Ocean Literacy Framework was developed by many scientists and educators from the ocean sciences education community. This site tell you about the framework and main principle.

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Ocean Watch_B.C. Coast Edition

This is where you will find objective information about the Pacific coast of British Columbia, Canada. The information is designed to inspire better decisions for nature and people

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Ocean Watch_Home sound edition

Ocean Watch delves into what’s happening in our coastal ecosystems through a series of articles organized into seven themes.Also reports provide snapshots of coastal ocean health

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Ocean Wise

Ocean Wise has interactive and comprehensive online classrooms are perfect for educators and students to deepen their understanding and appreciation of the ocean.

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Sea Smart

Sea Smart's mission is to inspire hope in youth that they can make a positive impact on environmental issues. They have school programs and summer camps in Metro Vancouver.

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Te mana o te moana

Main objective is to implement concrete actions to understand, educate and protect the Polynesian marine environment. 3 main domains of action (Sea turtle, Education, Environment)

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