San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
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Marine Studies focused Educator Professional Development workshop
For teachers of Science, HASS - Geography and Health/PE
The aim of Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries Inc. (EMS) is to raise awareness, understanding and involvement in marine conservation through provision of safe and supervised in water marine experiences.
Jump in (literally) and find out more about EMS and how EMS can support you in teaching Marine Studies at your school.
10.30am Morning tea and networking
11.15am Welcome, Acknowledgement to Country and round table introductions
11.30am Marine studies case studies
12.30pm Why ‘re-invent the wheel’ when we have existing SA and interstate marine education resources?
1.30pm Lunch and networking
A table of resources will be made available to look through (and ask questions of Reef Watch SA, NRM Education, MLSSA and AAEE members).
2.30pm Work in small groups to write up lesson plans for use by whole group (copies will be made available for everyone on day).
3.30pm Afternoon tea
3.45pm Present lesson plans to group
4.15pm Summary of day – feedback – complete evaluation
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Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries Inc.
Safe and supervised 'in water' experiences of our unique marine life and habitat.
Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries (EMS) is an incorporated, not-for-profit community organisation.
EMS snorkel events are Proudly supported by the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges NRM Board and DEWNR Marine Parks.
The program is based on the highly successful New Zealand program ‘Experiencing Marine Reserves’.
Our EMS snorkel leaders are qualified snorkelling instructors and offer guidance, direction and coordination of our snorkel experiences.
EMS provides mask (goggles), snorkel, fins (flippers) and wetsuits (these are limited so please bring your own if you can).
The EMS program is designed for adults and children (8 years and above), parents & grandparents that are interested in experiencing and learning about SA’s unique marine life and habitats. Participants under 15 years need to be accompanied in water by at least one parent (2:1 ratio - two children: 1 parent). Children 5-7 years can join in if accompanied by a parent one-on-one with parent supplied buoyancy jacket and wetsuit).
Snorkel tours typically last for around 30 minutes. Registration, gear allocation and snorkel safety briefing can take up to 30 minues before snorkel tour.
Snorkel tours book out fast, register your snorkel experience now!