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There are two key benefits of ocean serving systems: they collect data over long time periods, and in high-resolution. Many oceanographic experiments rely on a single cruise or mooring deployment. But when a location is designated as part…
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Am I a scientist? That’s a somewhat existential question that I, and others in positions like mine, often find myself asking. I’m sure my friends, and the K-12 teachers I work with, generally think of me as a scientist without any…
0 0 Sage Lichtenwalner https://datalab.marine.rutgers.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/odl-header-012219.png Sage Lichtenwalner2013-05-15 01:46:312019-09-05 12:57:19Next Generation Activity Development
Last week, I had an opportunity to look through the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) alongside many other ocean educators at the COSEE Network Meeting. Our goal was to figure out how the NGSS could be used to develop activities.
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In ocean education, it's often a challenge to convey how humans and the ocean are connected. One good place to start is where people live.