Starting cost per student: $75
Additional Info: Price is $150 per connection
Max. Capacity: 35
Transportation Needed? No
Who Arranges Transportation? Other (see description)
Is Financial Assistance Offered? Yes
Bring the ocean and Mote Marine Laboratory to your classroom with SeaTrek.TV!
Time: 25-50 minutes, depending on grade level
Why are coral reefs important? Discover the value of coral reefs to wildlife and how important they are to people too.
Ages: Grades 5-12+
Objectives: The student will understand the basic ecology of coral reefs; learn about relationships found on a coral reef; understand coral anatomy, reproduction, and defense; understand why coral reefs are important; learn how Mote Marine Laboratory studies coral reefs; understand climate change and ocean acidification; and learn how you can protect coral reefs.
Overview: In this interactive lesson, Mote Marine Laboratory will present a media-rich session on coral reefs. Topics include:
- Opening featuring Animal or Vegetable
- Interactive coral reef game show featuring topics such as: coral anatomy; reef conservation and restoration; pollution and threats to coral reefs, including bleaching, climate change and ocean acidification; coral reef formations; organismal relationships (examples of symbiosis); coral defense; reef biodiversity; food webs; reef conservation and protection; plus an open Question and Answer session.
Technology required: We are open to connection with any technology platform. We can easily connect via Google Hangout, Skype, Blackboard Collaborate, Zoom, H.323 (Polycom/Cisco/Lifesize, etc.), and more. If you don’t see your preferred connection technology listed here, please contact us to see how we can best meet your needs.
We suggest a minimum of 10 students and a maximum of 35 students for optimum interactivity
Visit seatrek.tv to request this program.
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