895Fwd: [SCUTTLEBUTT:10444] Opportunity for Teachers/Educators in Southern California Area
- Aug 28 7:03 AMExcuse if duplicate . . . . .Begin forwarded message:From: Erica Moulton <erica.moulton@...>Subject: [SCUTTLEBUTT:10444] Opportunity for Teachers/Educators in Southern California AreaDate: August 27, 2013 3:44:18 PM EDTTo: SCUTTLEBUTT <scuttlebutt@...>Reply-To: Erica Moulton <erica.moulton@...>Please post and share:
Announcing the 5th Annual MTS-IEEE/OES Educators Workshop
A FREE session on Marine Technology in the Classroom
• Three hands-on sessions: ROV-in-a-Bag by Dr Fritz Stahr, Manager Seaglider Fabrication Center,
University of Washington School of Oceanography; SENSE IT (Student Enabled Network of Sensors
for the Environment using Innovative Technology) by Liesl Hotaling, University of South Florida;
Build-a-Buoy (BOB) by Dr. Doug Levin, Center for Environment & Society, Washington College.
• Lunchtime keynote provided by Dr. Jules Jaffe: “From the Titanic to the Tiny: Underwater Optical
Imaging and How I Hope to Transform How We Do Oceanography”.
• Lunchtime demonstration presented by John Driscoll, San Pasqual High School, Junior: “D.E.E.P.
Learning: Promoting Informal STEM Learning through Ocean Research Videogames”.
• Meet teachers experienced in providing STEM activity-based programs in their schools
Who: 6th-12th Grade Teachers and Informal Educators
What: Hands-on sessions plus marine technology experts
Where: Town and Country Hotel and Convention Center - Sunset Room, San Diego
When: Saturday, September 21st, 2013 8:30am - 5pm
Why: Learn to use marine technology in your classroom
Apply NOW: This workshop is free and limited to 30 educators
Download an application at
Application deadline: Friday, September 13th, 2013
Continental breakfast and lunch provided
Certificates of Participation Provided
For more information, please contact Erica Moulton at
emoulton@... or 727-804-2730