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Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures Workshops


A PBS series co-produced by KQED and Ocean Futures Society
 
 
Making Connections with Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures
A workshop presented at the 2009 National Marine Educators Association Conference in Pacific Grove, California.

Teaching Science with Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures
A general overview of the workshops presented at the 2008 California Science Teachers Conference, the 2009 Celebration of Teaching and Learning and the 2009 National Science Teachers Association Conference.

Putting Marine Science on the Map
A full-day workshop presented at the 2009 National Marine Educators Association Conference.

Diving into the Digital World of Marine Science
A webinar presented by PBS Teachers and Classroom 2.0
Jean-Michel Cousteau, famed explorer, environmentalist, educator, filmmaker, and executive producer and host of the PBS series Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures, spoke with educators about why it's important to teach students about marine science and how teachers can inspire students to become stewards of the ocean. Holly Lohuis, a marine biologist and member of Cousteau's team, shared how she works with scientists to turn their research into stories that students and teachers can connect with. Andrea Swensrud of KQED provided an overview of the educational resources available on the Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures website. Finally, 6th grade teacher Angie Patterson presented how she used the Ocean Adventures resources with her students.