Marine Naturalist Teachers' Program

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Date and Time:

Monday, August 22, 2022, 12:00pm

Registration Deadline:

Sunday, August 21, 2022, 8:00pm

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A virtual session of The Whale Museum's Marine Naturalist program just for Teachers! This high quality program will be entirely virtual with no live components. Presentation videos will become accessible through the virtual platform Whova starting August 22 and be available for 6 months! The objective of this program is to provide a learning experience that enhances your knowledge and classroom lessons about Salish Sea marine animals.  

This high quality program will be entirely virtual with no live components. Presentation videos will become accessible through the virtual platform Whova starting August 22 and be available for 6 months! The objective of this program is to provide a learning experience that enhances your knowledge and classroom lessons. The program highlights the ecology, current status and conservation efforts for the endangered Southern Resident killer whales and other local marine species as well as of the Salish Sea. The course includes presentations on cetaceans, other marine mammals, birds, invertebrates, geology, marine conservation, and more. Faculty includes professionals, experts and researchers.

Thanks to a grant through NOAA, this program is completely FREE for qualified teachers* to participate! Our gift to you for the great work you do!

Registration can be submitted through our Whova Registration page.

*To qualify, participants must be a current Classroom Teacher with a School Affiliation (Public, Private or Home School)

How to Register:

Price:

$0.00

Contact Email:

tracie@whalemuseum.org

Contact Name:

Tracie Merrill

Contact Phone:

360-378-4710 x. 23