This looks great from the fantastic Digital Explorer…
Unique.. fun.. inspirational.. practical.. probably a bit messy.. and ultimately pretty important.
We’re down to the last few spaces – if mucking about in mudflats, pretending to be Arctic scientists and sailing a pilot cutter (this year’s fastest overall in the Tall Ships Race) sounds like your cup of tea, send in an applicationbefore Sunday night (9th)!
The training will take place over a choice of two sessions:
Sat 22nd & Sun 23 October or Fri 28th & Sat 29th October,
and will enable teachers to confidently implement oceans learning into the classroom, through National Curriculum topics, for example using ocean-based case studies instead of land-based.
[de] Oceans provides schools with a well-rounded resource programme on oceans learning, including an Ambassador programme and soon-to-be-released classroom resources on the Frozen Oceans.
As Arthur C. Clarke put it:
“How inappropriate to call this planet Earth when it is quite clearly Ocean.”