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Created by: Ocean School

Nous avons parcouru nos contenus préférés afin de vous proposer quelques semaines d'activités passionnantes. Chaque jour de la semaine, on vous propose une vidéo éducative et une activité pour approfondir l'apprentissage. Pas de connexion nécessaire
May 13th, 2020


Created by: Ocean Wise

A new video series brought to you from Ocean Wise experts! In each video, an Ocean Wise expert answers questions about a topic in ocean health and literacy. Join us for more talks (coming soon)!
Apr 29th, 2020


Created by: Passage Adventures

Changing Tides is a film about a great adventure which also highlights the plastic problem our world has, and some of the solutions that exist. It raises awareness of the issue of marine debris and promotes ocean stewardship.
Jan 27th, 2021


Created by: Ocean Wise

Reefs are biodiversity hotspots and provide safety and housing for many different ocean creatures. Unfortunately, they are under stress from human use and ocean warming/acidification due to climate change. The good news is that organizations like Ocean Wise are working to help combat these conservation issues to help the reefs flourish again. Everyone has a role in protecting our oceans and there are many things you can do from home to help. This activity helps explore at home conservation actions that can help save the reef home of our favourite ocean creatures.
Apr 29th, 2020


The EarthEcho team travels to South Florida to explore how development and agriculture have impacted this region’s natural ecosystems. Philippe speaks with scientists and young people about ocean acidification's effects on marine life.
Jan 17th, 2022


Also available in Spanish: The EarthEcho team takes it inaugural expedition throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed to learn more about a global ocean issue that plagues more 400 communities worldwide: dead zones. Journey through five states and the District of Columbia to investigate the impacts causing a dead zone in the world’s largest estuary, including urbanization, agriculture, wastewater, and airborne pollution.
Jan 17th, 2022


The EarthEcho Expeditions team travels to the Pacific Northwest to explore how the continued absorption of carbon dioxide by our oceans is changing the fundamental chemistry that marine ecosystems depend on to operate. Join Philippe as he learns about the causes of ocean acidification and how it is affecting the native communities along Washington’s Olympic Coast.
Jan 17th, 2022


Created by: Ocean School

Vous travaillez dans un musée ou un centre des sciences? Vous êtes bénévole pour un programme parascolaire? La présente page est destinée aux organisations ou aux personnes qui veulent utiliser École de l’Océan ailleurs qu’en classe.
May 13th, 2020


Created by: Ocean School

L’Université Dalhousie et l’Ocean Frontier Institute se sont associés avec l’Office national du film pour créer École de l’Océan, une expérience d’apprentissage par enquête gratuite et innovante. L'École de l'Océan s'adresse à tous. Nous invitons tous les apprenants perpétuels à s'y inscrire pour explorer nos expériences immersives. Vous verrez l'Océan avec des yeux neufs. L'École de l'Océan est également conçue pour les étudiants et les éducateurs.
May 13th, 2020


Created by: Ocean School

L’École de l’Océan a inclus des remerciements sur la plateforme et des documents d’information sur les terres et les territoires traditionnels dans lesquels nous avons recueilli les récits et les données scientifiques sur lesquels nous avons basé notre contenu. Lorsque jugé approprié, nous tentons d’utiliser les noms de lieux et la langue autochtones. Nous avons préparé un tableau qui indique les médias comportant un contenu autochtone explicite.
May 13th, 2020


Created by: Families In Nature

A lesson focusing on math, science, technology and engineering (STEM), exploring how marine animals stay warm, learning the effects of oil spills on oceans and taking a virtual tour of a choral reef.
May 26th, 2020


Created by: Ocean Wise

Here you'll find free education kits full of lesson plans, activities and resources to bring ocean literacy to the classrooms to educate, equip and empower students to be ocean stewards. Each education kit has a theme spread out over 7 lessons per age group: elementary, middle years and secondary. Each education kit is accompanied with a custom made student workbook and additional resources.
Apr 29th, 2020


Created by: Ocean Wise

Le plastique est omniprésent dans nos océans et il va falloir une transformation profonde de la conscience et des activités de l'humanité concernant les océans pour assurer une vie saine et durable sur cette planète. Nous croyons que c'est possible! Mais nous avons besoin de votre aide. Nos jeunes doivent être sensibilisés à leur propre utilisation du plastique et à l'impact direct de leurs actions sur l'environnement qui les entoure. Grâce à ces ressources, nous espérons que les jeunes deviendront des leaders du changement.
Apr 29th, 2020


Created by: Ocean Wise

An assortment of education videos that explain all sorts of under the sea phenomenons. From in the ins and outs of sea level rise to the reasons behind declining shark populations, this video series answers all sorts of questions about our oceans.
Apr 29th, 2020


Created by: Ocean Wise

Ocean Wise’s Fish Tank contest will allow aspiring environmentalists, entrepreneurs, and engineers to pitch their solutions to ocean issues to a panel of Ocean Wise staff. We want solutions and inventions to be as creative as possible. You can invent any technology you would like, without needing to explain the details of how your invention would function. Contestants can assume they have unlimited funding for their solutions. You must create a maximum 4-minute video presentation or script describing what you decided to tackle and what your solution is.
Apr 29th, 2020


Marine Biologist Imogen Napper is a National Geographic Sky Ocean Rescue Scholar. She developed her love of the ocean from a young age as she learned to sail and surf in her seaside home town of Bristol, UK. She is now finishing her PhD in Marine Science at Plymouth University, focusing on the sources of plastic in marine environments. Her work recently helped influence the ban of microbeads in cosmetics internationally. Imogen will be working to identify the most effective technology for capturing the tiny micro plastic fibers that are released when modern clothes are washed.
May 6th, 2020


Created by: Families In Nature

A Spanish lesson focusing on math, science, technology and engineering (STEM), exploring how marine animals stay warm, learning the effects of oil spills on oceans and taking a virtual tour of a choral reef.
May 26th, 2020


Created by: Ocean School

We've combed through Ocean School to put together a few weeks of our favourite materials There's an educational video and a student activity for each week day. No login required.
May 13th, 2020


These Ocean Fact Sheets introduce people to marine topics featured during special environmental days.
May 6th, 2020


Created by: Ocean Wise

These educator lesson plans were developed by Ocean Wise Mobil Programs to engage folks across Canada in fun, engaging ocean education and ocean literacy. Lesson plans are available in French and English.
Apr 29th, 2020


Created by: Ocean Wise

Welcome to the Ocean Action Page! In this community you will find the activities, resources, and dialogues between youth across Canada and around the world - who have collaborated to make a difference in their communities, their schools and their countries. With the guidance of expert mentors as well as communicating with each others, youth around the world are taking up the challenge of conservation and impacting the world around them.
Apr 29th, 2020


Have fun learning about our South African marine animals and their homes with these activity sheets.
May 6th, 2020


Have fun learning about South African marine animals and their homes with this activity sheet on ghost crabs.
May 7th, 2020


Have fun learning about South African marine animals and their homes with this activity sheet on the shad.
May 6th, 2020


Have fun learning about South African marine animals and their homes with this activity sheet on butterfly fish.
May 6th, 2020


Have fun learning about South African marine animals and their homes with this activity sheet on octopuses.
May 7th, 2020


Have fun learning about South African marine animals and their homes with this activity sheet on the red steenbras.
May 6th, 2020


Have fun learning about South African marine animals and their homes with this activity sheet on seagulls.
May 7th, 2020


Have fun learning about South African marine animals and their homes with this activity sheet on the coelacanth.
May 6th, 2020


Have fun learning about South African marine animals and their homes with this activity sheet on hermit crabs.
May 6th, 2020


Have fun learning about South African marine animals and their homes with this activity sheets on penguins.
May 6th, 2020


Created by: Ocean Wise

Ocean Bridge connects Canadian youth from coast to coast to coast empowering them to make a difference towards ocean conservation. Each year 160 youth (ages 18-30) form a national team engaged in co-creating and delivering service projects for their home communities and two immersive learning journeys addressing Ocean Health and Ocean Literacy in Canada. The youth are separated into four cohorts of 40, each focused on one of these important marine areas in Canada: the Pacific, the Great Lakes, the St. Lawrence and the Atlantic.
Apr 30th, 2020


Created by: Ocean Wise

Science communication is important as it helps the public to understand science in their daily life and educate them about the threats that the Earth is facing so that citizens can make informed decision for a sustainable future. Ocean fishbowl is a take on the classic family game charades. In this version there are three rounds to decide the ultimate winner.
Apr 29th, 2020


Created by: Ocean Wise

Welcome to the Educator Resource Library - your guide to incorporating Ocean Literacy into your classroom. Ocean literacy is the understanding of the ocean's influence on you, and your influence on the ocean, but that is a very broad definition. The ocean is a wondrous and complex place. The better we understand the ocean, the more we see how closely intertwined human lives are with this vital resource. We can teach a variety of subjects through the lens of ocean literacy, develop students' inquiry skills and creativity.
Apr 29th, 2020


Created by: Ocean Wise

Dear Students, Welcome to the Ocean Literacy Course! By going through the 7 key principles of this course you will develop an understanding of how everyone is connected to the ocean, and how the ocean impacts our lives as much as we impact the ocean. In the Ocean Literacy course you will have the chance to earn badges by completing each section of the course. There are also bonus badges to be won by completing the assignments.
Apr 29th, 2020


Created by: Ocean Wise

Dear Students, Welcome to the Ocean Literacy Course! By going through the 7 key principles of this course you will develop an understanding of how everyone is connected to the ocean, and how the ocean impacts our lives as much as we impact the ocean. In the Ocean Literacy course you will have the chance to earn badges by completing each section of the course. There are also bonus badges to be won by completing the assignments.
Apr 29th, 2020


Created by: Ocean Wise

Ocean Wise has combined our expert knowledge in ocean science, our ongoing research, and passion for the ocean to bring you Ocean Literacy Courses. These interactive and comprehensive online classrooms are perfect for educators and students to deepen their understanding and appreciation of the ocean.
Apr 29th, 2020


Created by: Ocean Wise

Welcome to the Secondary Level Ocean Literacy Course on the Ocean Wise Online Learning Environment. On this platform we have created an international course based on the 7 key principles designed for secondary level students to develop an understanding of how we impact the ocean and how the ocean influences us. For each section there are Badges to earn. You should complete all associated assignments before you can take the Principle quiz and earn your badge. If you complete all 7 of the Ocean Literacy Principle badges you may take the Final Quiz and Written Assignment to complete the course!
Apr 29th, 2020


Created by: Ocean Wise

A variety of resources related to plastics education.
Jan 26th, 2022


Created by: Ocean School

Dalhousie University and the Ocean Frontier Institute have teamed up with the National Film Board of Canada to create Ocean School. Ocean School is a free, innovative inquiry-based learning experience. Ocean School is for everyone. We invite all lifelong learners to register and explore our immersive experiences. You will see the ocean in a new way. Ocean school is also designed for students and educators. Are you an educator? Sign up and peruse the educator space, which includes many additional resources to support using Ocean School in the classroom.
May 13th, 2020


Created by: Ocean School

Ocean School has included acknowledgements in the platform and supporting documentation of the land and traditional territory in which we have collected our stories and science for our content. Where appropriate, we also strive to use Indigenous place names and language. Below we have provided a table that details the pieces of media that have explicit Indigenous content.
May 13th, 2020


Created by: Ocean School

This page is for organizations and individuals who want to use Ocean School outside the classroom. You might be working in a museum or a science centre, or you might be a volunteer for an after-school program.
May 13th, 2020


Created by: Ocean Week Canada

Do you want to dive deeper into learning? Perhaps you’re a teacher, a museum educator, a librarian, or a park interpreter, and are looking for ways to support ocean education. Or perhaps you are early in your career and keen to learn more about ocean opportunities and innovation leaders. Either way, our toolkits have been designed just for you!
Jun 3rd, 2021


Created by: Ocean Week Canada

This hands-on toolkit, developed by the Canadian Museum of Nature and Ingenium, promotes the importance of aquatic health throughout Canada. The activities showcased were created for interpreters in museums, science centres, and aquariums to be used during Ocean Week Canada and beyond. However, all the information and materials required to engage in these activities are detailed in this digital toolkit. You can do it yourself!
Jun 7th, 2022


Created by: Ocean Week Canada

This Parks Canada toolkit will take you on a journey from coast to coast to coast to explore the immersive experiences and collaborative conservation efforts that Parks Canada undertakes in marine protection and conservation. Browse the toolkit for videos, observation activities, arts and crafts creations, and to learn about the different ways of exploring marine heritage at places administered by Parks Canada across the country.
Jun 7th, 2022


Created by: Ocean Week Canada

This toolkit will enable postsecondary students and early career professionals to learn about opportunities and potential career pathways in the ocean sector. Dive into personal narratives and insights from ocean innovators and entrepreneurs working in diverse fields, as well as timely information about emerging trends, career programs, and resources.
Jun 7th, 2022


Created by: Ocean Week Canada

This toolkit has been created to support individuals working in library and community spaces with a user-friendly approach to facilitating learning experiences about the ocean and waterways in Canada. These learning activities and resources have been curated with your audiences and engagement needs in mind, and with the aim of strengthening our collective understanding of our influence on the ocean and the ocean’s influence on us.
Jun 7th, 2022


Created by: Ocean Week Canada

This toolkit was developed for teachers and students in Kindergarten to Grade 12 education communities, coastal and inland, across Canada. The aim of this toolkit is to engage learners in ocean education, deepen their awareness of and connection to the ocean, and to inspire action in the classroom community and beyond. It is designed to meet curricular outcomes for numeracy and literacy, sciences and social studies, health and more...
Jun 3rd, 2022


Created by: Ocean Week Canada

The Schools 2.0 toolkit has been created for teachers, particularly middle school grades, to help educators bring the ocean into their classroom and provide students with the knowledge and tools to understand their influence on the ocean and the ocean’s influence on them
Jun 7th, 2022


Created by: Ocean Wise

Colour and learn about your favourite underwater animals!
Apr 29th, 2020


Also available in Spanish and Chinese. OceanEcho 30x30 is a campaign driven by EarthEcho International’s Youth Leadership Council designed to amplify the collective impact of youth-led action to protect 30% of our world ocean by 2030 through education and advocacy campaigns, active engagement in ocean policy, and direct coastal restoration efforts. This resource provides youth leaders with additional details on the OceanEcho 30x30 initiative and the tools to give a presentation on marine protected areas to other young people in their community.
Jan 17th, 2022


Created by: Sea Smart School

Carefully developed by Sea Smart’s team of marine biologists and environmental educators, these courses help foster valuable critical thinking skills and encourage kids to make connections between scientific knowledge and the natural world. Kids aged 8 - 14 start their journey to become an Ocean Defender through a series of interactive and engaging virtual lessons. Through a number of hands-on activities, your child will learn all about the amazing animals that live in our oceans, the different threats they face, and what we can do to protect them.
Aug 28th, 2020


Created by: Ocean Wise

This hub houses resources for physical distance-friendly learning for all ages. Our educators and animal experts at Ocean Wise and the Vancouver Aquarium have compiled these resources for kids to learn to care for the ocean – and the animals in it – from the comfort of your living room. Content is updated regularly and has spaces for children ages 2-18, young adults, educators, and parents.
Apr 29th, 2020


Created by: Ocean Wise

Plastic is everywhere in our oceans and it’s going to take a deep, transformational change in humanity’s consciousness and activities regarding the oceans to ensure healthy, sustainable life on this planet. We believe this is possible! But we need your help. Our youth need to be made aware of their own plastic use and how their actions will have a direct impact on the environment around them. Through these resources we hope youth will become leaders of change - and this all starts in your classroom.
Apr 29th, 2020


Created by: Sea Smart School

Sea Smart offers a unique educational experience delivering high quality school programs based on science and current ocean issues. We provide fun inquiry and place-based school programs for youth from Kindergarten to Grade 12 that promote critical thinking to your class through full day and half day education programs.
Aug 28th, 2020


Created by: Ocean Wise

Over one billion people depend on seafood as their primary source of protein. As the global population continues to grow, the need for sustainable and healthy protein sources is key and seafood will play an important role. Resources from our world’s oceans are not as unlimited as we once thought. Choosing to eat sustainable seafood helps to ensure that we will be able to continue to enjoy seafood for generations to come.
Apr 29th, 2020


A four-part video series looking at the secrets found along the ocean's seabed.
Jul 23rd, 2021


Created by: Ocean Week Canada

Vous souhaitez plonger encore plus profondément dans l’apprentissage de l’océan ? Peut-être travaillez-vous dans l’éducation, dans un musée, dans une bibliothèque, dans un parc, ou vous souhaitez tout simplement trouver des moyens de soutenir l’éducation liée à l’océan ? Ou peut-être vous êtes au début de votre carrière et souhaitez en savoir plus sur les opportunités océaniques et les leaders de l’innovation. Dans tous les cas, nos trousses ont été conçues pour vous !
Jun 3rd, 2021


Created by: Ocean Week Canada

Cette trousse vous fera parcourir le pays d’un océan à l’autre pour découvrir les expériences immersives et les efforts de collaboration de Parcs Canada en matière de protection et de conservation du milieu marin. Naviguez dans la trousse à outils pour trouver des vidéos, des activités d’observation, des bricolages et des renseignements sur les différentes façons d’explorer le patrimoine marin dans les lieux administrés par Parcs Canada partout au pays.
Jun 7th, 2022


Created by: Ocean Week Canada

Cette trousse pédagogique a été créée pour aider les personnes travaillant dans les bibliothèques et les espaces communautaires à adopter une approche conviviale pour faciliter les expériences d’apprentissage sur l’océan et les voies navigables au Canada. Ces activités et ressources d’apprentissage ont été conçues en fonction de votre public et de vos besoins en matière d’engagement, et dans le but de renforcer notre compréhension collective de notre influence sur l’océan et de l’influence de l’océan sur nous.
Jun 7th, 2022


Created by: Ocean Week Canada

Ce guide a été élaboré à l’intention des enseignants et des élèves de la maternelle à la cinquième année du secondaire provenant de communautés côtières et terrestres partout au Canada. L’objectif de ce guide est de faire participer les apprenants à l’éducation à l’océan, approfondir leur sensibilisation et leur lien avec l’océan, et inspirer des actions dans la classe et au-delà. Il est conçu pour répondre aux objectifs du programme scolaire en matière de numératie et de littératie, de sciences et d’études sociales, de santé et autres.
Jun 7th, 2022


Created by: Ocean Week Canada

Le Guide pour écoles 2.0 a été créé pour les enseignants, en particulier ceux du deuxième cycle du primaire, afin d’aider les éducateurs à faire entrer l’océan dans leur classe, en fournissant aux élèves les connaissances et les outils nécessaires pour comprendre leur influence sur l’océan et l’influence que l’océan a sur eux.
Jun 7th, 2022


Created by: Ocean Week Canada

Cette trousse d’outils pratiques, élaborée par le Musée canadien de la nature et Ingenium, fait la promotion de l’importance de la santé aquatique partout au Canada. Les activités présentées ci-dessous ont été créées pour être utilisées par des éducateurs dans les musées, centres de sciences et aquariums pendant la Semaine de l’océan Canada et au-delà. Toutefois, toutes les informations et le matériel nécessaires pour s’engager dans ces activités sont détaillés dans cette boîte à outils virtuelle. Vous pouvez le faire par vous-même!
Jun 7th, 2022


Created by: Ocean Week Canada

Cette boîte à outils permettra aux étudiants de niveau postsecondaire et aux professionnels en début de carrière de se renseigner sur les possibilités et les cheminements de carrière possibles dans le secteur océanique. Voici une occasion de plonger dans les récits personnels et les idées d’innovateurs et d’entrepreneurs du secteur océanique travaillant dans des domaines diversifiés, ainsi que des informations opportunes sur les tendances émergentes, programmes de carrière et ressources.
Jun 7th, 2022


Created by: Ocean Wise

A video series brought to you direct from our Ocean Wise Wet Labs! This video series explores different animals within the wet lab and takes a deep dive in the biology of these amazing critters through inquiry-based learning and the power of remote learning technology.
Apr 29th, 2020


Created by: Tony Wild

What is the cost you are leaving behind for your great-grandchild? Destroyed forests? Dried up rivers? Heaps of litter in the ocean or rivers? No Wildlife roaming freely in the savannah? Learn and practice the art of wast segregation from the household to the authorized dumpsite, and what steps you can do to help.
Jun 9th, 2020

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